Sizin şekeriniz = your sugar
Sizin şekeriniz yok = you don't have sugar
Sizin şekeriniz var = you have sugar
Are all those correct? And can we leave out Sizin?
All those are correct. You can leave out "sizin". Both "senin/in" and "sizin/iniz" are acceptable answers.
yes they all correct
and we can leave out Sizin
Cant we use Sen instead of Siz?
I did and it didn't accept it, don't know why
Isn't Sen şekerin yok also correct here?
Senin would be the better start sen is you but senin is more directed you its hard to explain lol idk how i even know turkish so hard to transalate back to english
Using sen here sounds like broken turkish senin is def the word without sounding like a cave man
what is the difference between "yok" and " yoktur"?
Yoktur means there should be none , depends on context how the word is used, most cases its like " there is none"
Yok means none
Im a turkish speaker and this is how i interpret it when i hear these words if i were to transalate it to english
so I will have to try to think= your sugar there isnt any= one day it will sink in but thanks for the comment AlexinNotTurkey
"You do not have sugar."
Translation: Sizin şekeriniz yok.
"You do not have sugar." Sizin şekeriniz yoktur.
Accepted as another correct answer.
I thought the -n at the end of şekerin only had to be used if it had another ending, like, senin şekerini yerim? why is there an -n there?
The 2nd person singular possessive ending is -(I)n in Turkish. For example: senin araban is "Your car."
Ohhh, and the -(I) is the THIRD person ending, right? Okay.
Good question, I dont understand that -n either Victopteryx
Why can I not use 2nd person singular you?
Senin şekerin yok
This was counted wrong but there is nothing in the English source to indicate it must be plural you (sizin).
Same! I don't know why
Are you kidding
Thanks for that so much Alex Teyze
Where did the "var" go? My logic says " sizin şekersiniz var yok" otherwise it sounded to me like " your sugar not"
I think 'yok' describes the Absence of Something.
So you don't need to negate the Possession like you would in English.
As in "the Sugar is 'gone'" instead of "the Sugar is 'not there'".(or not here.)
What is the difference between sizin and senin ??
"sizin" comes from "siz" and is formal, plural, or both.
"senin" comes from "sen" and is both informal and singular.
Then why isn't senin şekerin yok, marked wrong?
Im so sad ...because i was at the end of the lessons and i logged it out and i forgot the password and now im from the beggining
It is very difficult!
what ıs the different between "yok" & "değil"
What is the difference because senin and sizin?? Both are same i think