Indonesian also uses "salam".
"Ben" = I am. This word is also used in Dutch, meaning "to be" for "I"
I am Ben --> Ik ben Ben.
I think that has more to do with the german bin which means is, than the turkish ben.
I think 'ben' (pronounced 'ban') has something to do with persian 'man' with the same meaning which is also used in Azerbaijani (another turkic language). It's weird for such a basic word to be a loan word from a language not in the same family.
i think must be ahmet or something like that i never heard alex name in turkey
of course i know alex but never heard from alex that i mean duo shoul teach turkish and turkish culture or native sentences as well
That is just because it is referring to me :) Of course it is for any and all genders.
Oh so is that you, Alex? The Alex? o.O I was always like: where did these names come from...?
Hmmm then... merhaba Alex c: ben Madallyn x'D
The difference is that (selam) used to talk to a muslim while(merhaba )is used to talk to anyone
"Selam! Ben Alex!" Translation:Hello! I am Alex!
Alex is an English noun - bilirmiyorsun? It is written the same in Turkish.
Türkçe'de x harfi yoktur.
Evet - doğrusun "x" yoktur Türkçe alfabesinde.
Benim kuzenim adı - "Kadriye."