What is the difference between erkek and adam?
erkek is gender like male. adam is guy or grown man.
So, in what context/situation does one use 'erkek' and in what context/situation does one use 'adam'? Can you please give examples?
"erkek" mostly refers to the gender. "Adam" is direct translation of "man".
Maybe erkek means to more perfesionnal things?
how do i know there is a "the" before a word or the words kadin and erkek in particular??
More than likely context.
I know that erkek is the abstract (male) and adam is the concrete (man), but which is kadin? abstract or concrete?
As a push to test I put 'male and woman'. I was marked wrong. I thought erkek was male and adam was man. Admittedly you would never say male and woman in English but surely a literal translation should be correct no matter how awkward it sounds.
Can anyone briefly explain articles in Turkish (or the lack thereof)?
I'm a bit confused. Thanks in advance.
Can it also be translated as A man and a woman?
What is the difference of women and woman?
The man and the women are always incorrect but the correct answer is The man and the women so why is it saying im wrong?
Women is plural. Woman is singular.
SERIOUSLY JUST BECAUSE "The"
Erkek ve kadin mean( The man and the women is coreect instead of that it doent proceed why?