how can we differentiate between this bread and this is bread ?
"bu ekmek" can mean both; "bu ekmektir" only means this is bread.
If There is a period (.) at the end (bu ekmek.) then it is bread. Without the period, this bread
1- after a grade u will understand the difference between this to in sentence
2 This bread
Does the hover-hint about "this" and "these" mean that there's no singular vs plural for "bu"?
Is there some rule to what syllable we're putting the accent on in Turkish?
Its depend to your location in turkey. It about a year i watch turkish series with subtitle. I offer to do that. You will be understood
What the kind of movi is that mr.? I think. I also need learn by watching movie
If you want to say "This is the bread." what do you say? Like in "this is the bread I talked about."?
It would actually be flip-flopped in this case. You want to stress "bread" in this instance, so it would be "Ekmek bu."
That's very interesting! Thanks.
Taking a hint from şu ekmek in the previous exercise, can this also mean This is bread ?
Yes, saying "bu ekmektir" would be a less ambiguous "this is bread".
bu ekmek: this is bread
şu ekmek: that is bread
is "bu ekmek" this is bread, or this bread?
it means both
"Bu" is adjective here?
I keep writing 'this bread' for bu ekmek still it says I'm incorrect -_-
What is the difference of “ šu“ and “bu“? (Sorry but I just have “š“)
Şu for far objects that
Bu for near this
-Which bread is small? -This bread...
-What is this? -This is bread.