How would I say: "Very hot bread"
Çok sıcak ekmek
Oh, ok, that is easy. Simply retain the word order. Thanks.
I think you can say... (Ekmek çok sicak)
Çok sicak ekmek
Where is the word for 'is' in this sentence?
There is no verb "to be" in Turkish; it is formed with a copula. You will learn more about this in the "to be" skill.
I believe the adjective can stand on its own.
How come you need the "the" in "the bread is very hot"? Doesn't "Ekmek çok sıcak" mean "bread is hot [in general]"?
I think question really deserves an explanation...
I don't know for sure, and I am a bit late to the party, but there are no articles in Turkish if I'm correct. But if you want it to be indefinite, a bread is hot, you can add the word bir. So that would be bir ekmek co sicak.
Wouldn't it be Ekmeği çok sıcak?
Subject never get the accusative case. It is for objects only :)
Why not the adjective before the noun as çok sıcak ekmek?
اخيرا في حد بيتكلم عربي. كنت قربت انساه.. هو مفيش طريقة فالبرنامح اتعلم بالعربي بدل الإنجليزي ؟
am I pronouncing "sicak" bad? I pronounce that just like the voice does, I've tried 5 times and it doesn't recognize it. help!
There is no way of us knowing how you are pronouncing it, but the TTS pronounces it fine here (the final k is a little hard to hear, but it is there in real life :) )
Interesting. "sıcak" is also hot in my mother's native language.
it goes too quick
اسامة. كيفك. هو في طريقة فالبرنامح اتعلم بالعربي بدل الانجليزي؟
i cant believe it i got it right , but they act like they cant hear
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How would i say : very hot bread
I can't grasp why 'is' is not in the translation but at times it is
Isnt it, very hot bread
So easy to say
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