.Hi ,,,Evet,,one of the songs,,, Ebru .G.ündeş.,,, Turkish singer with a beautiful voice
How does (Evet=Yes) compare to correct in Turkish V.S english, and how do you say correct in Turkish.
It pretty much is the same. Correct is "doğru"
There is a used word in Arabic "دغري" which means straight or honest depending on context. I think it is borrowed from Turkish.
it is indeed but this word is only used in the Egyptian dialect which would make sense considering how the Egyptian dialect is full of turkish words.
It is used in Lebanon too.
The pronunciation kind of sounds like "elvet"- is that right or is it more like a rolled r?
The right pronouncation is evet just like how they wrote it
When use evet ?? And when to use dogru ?
Age of Empires, the Ottoman would say 'Evet'