"Are we eating the soup or drinking" why is this marked as wrong?
That way does not specify what you are drinking - no direct object.
You could be drinking water if you're not eating the soup.
Hah, no. Sometimes you have to say "it" but not in this case.
MrK, where did you find "it" in the Turkish sentence?
(Native English speaker) "Are we eating the soup or drinking it?" (The direct object "it" is needed--see Josiah-Turkish's comment.
this is very meaningful question as it is both liquid and solid
one of the deep questions of life, lol
why this is an error - are we eating the soup or are we drinking it
hvizdal, will you repeat the verb as you propose, in your own language? It seems rather redundant?
while listening this I forge all previous Turkish I have learn.
Hello! I was wondering if "Çorbayı yiyor veya içiyor muyuz?" is correct or not. Thanks a lot! :)
What is difference betwen musun and müsün ?
None in meaning; the difference is because of vowel harmony rules.
We drink the soup.
No, we eat it.
If you use a spoon, you're eating. If you raise the bowl to your mouth and pour it, you're drinking.
Why do we eat or drink the soup is wrong?
Elham, because in the Turkish sentence here, the two verbs "yiyor" and "içiyor" are at the coninuous tense and not at the simple present tense, as you think.
Çorbayı yiyor muyum)))
"Muyum?" Isn't that "WE eat and drink" and not I?
No, it is "I". "We" would be "muyuz".
Yes, I know. I am talking about the question. It says "Are (WE)". So I was confused when he/she said " Çorbayı yiyor muyu(m)?" which refers to "I" .
Whoops. Of course. I lost track of the original question.... Have a lingot. :)
Thanks for the fun sentence!
We have to use questioning suffix 2 times in these sentences?
İ find this impossible