exactly. please stop discussing the deep meanings of sentences, they are created just for practice
It's okay. My grandmother always tells me to do this every time I have a cold. She knows that I don't like tea or coffee. I put a teaspoon of honey in it, but my daughter doesn't even like honey.
What's unique is in my russian course it had me translate "you're not my dad"
in spanish i encountered "you are interesting" and "your sister is interesting" lmao
In principle, if said as a suggestion (not command), it makes sense. Drinking (relatively) hot water helps the stomach and softens the skin - I had roommates from China who had regularly taken warm water for the mentioned reason.
if there is a THE before the object, it takes the accusative ending- "suYU". (for most verbs, not for all- some require dative, which is down the tree)
This comes in one of the next skills.
Is there a way to specifically say "Drink some hot water" or is that just implied when you say "drink hot water" in Turkish? Is there a specific suffix for the partitive?
-c is pronounced like the English -j
-ç is pronounced like the English -ch
Would ppl understand If I were to say "Iç sıcak su." or is it completely wrong?
They would immediately know that you are foreign. It is a pretty unnatural word order (and would sound like someone saying "Hot water drink" in English).
Is there a difference between the articles on the case of nominal sentence and Actual sentence? As I understood on case of nominal sentence. If we didn't say bir that's mean The. However, on case of sentence that end with verb we should add to the object i ı ü ö to say The
Sıcak ? ..put ur pizza in a (Hot) sack . :O hahah anything to learn it and recall it ..