"The girl eats the orange."
Translation:Kız portakalı yer.
I don't know if this is very useful, but the word portakal actually refers to the Portuguese who I think were the first to introduce the sweet orange to the region. Just sharing :)
The girl eats the orange. Wouldn't it be "Kızı portakalı yer"? If no, how to show the difference between "A girl eats..." and "The girl eats..."? If there is a way to show it.
Kız is the subject so it cannot be in the accusative. The way you wrote it would have kız in the accusative. If you're the one writing and you want to differentiate if the subject is "a girl" or "the girl" you can write "bir kız" to show that it is "a girl" but if it is just "kız" (as the subject) then it can be either "the girl" or "a girl"
What is the difference between portakal and portakali ..... or what is the difference between yag or yagi
Hi, how do I know when tu use i and when to use ı ?? Is there a rule for it ..
I'm not expert on Turkish, I'm Indonesian, but in my school Turkish is learned
They use ı when the last vowel is a/ı Masa-sı, Dolap p become b Dolabı, Yağı, Kapı-sı, Duvar-ı
They use i when the last vowel is e/i E.g. Başkent-i , Ev-i,
If the last letter is e/i, you have to use "si" Eg. Nere-si? Sandalye-si, Pencere-si
why is portakalyı wrong? a was the last vowel so we add yi.
but it says that the right answer is portakalı, so where did that y go???
i dont get it!
I worte Kiz portakal yer Then give me a mistake Why i shoud put ı after portakal
Couldn't you put "bu" in front of Kız to show that you are talking about "the girl"?
"yeriz" is for "biz." It means "We eat.
"yer" is for the 3rd person. It is the same reason why you can't say "We reads the book" in English.
Unfortenatelly I don't know when I change the object ( portoqal to portoqali ) and when to change the verb ? It's a bit confused
"Portakal" mean is generally. It is mean "Orange"
"Portakalı" mean is not generally.
You can think it this words.
"I eat this." = "Bun'u' yerim." "This" = "Bu"
"I eat orange" = "Portakal yerim." "I eat the orange" = "Portakal'ı' yerim."