What's the difference between balık and balığı
First is fish in nominative case, and the second is in accusative.
I don't think that answers the question. I believe the first is "fish" and the second is "the fish"
That's exactly what 'The Ug' was saying, different wording... You are right and he/ she is too (using a granmar professor's lingo).
balığı is "the fish" only when "the fish" is accusative. Otherwise, it may have different endings in other grammar cases.
How is balığı pronounced?
selam:) how do i differ between "i eat the fish"
and "i eat fish" ?
"Ben balık yerim." (In general),
"Ben balığı yerim." (the one on the table for instance).
Why is the letter "k" omitted from balik in accusative case?
it is not omitted, it 's "mutated", check out consonant mutation
Thank you for this! it is the first time I see a thorough and clear explanation of consonant mutation
Im confused. In what cases do you add "gi" or "yi" and how do you know?
Read over these two links: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/9041808 https://www.duolingo.com/comment/9040173
Hopefully you can get everything you need from this. :)
Is the "gi" ending pronounced? It sounds like it is omitted in the pronunciation.
the "ğ" is not pronounced or rather pronounced softly
Why is there a comma after O when this is he eats the fish?
Why does yerim here sound more like yegim? It seems that the r is pronounced as g.
No it is not. The r here sounds softer than normal but not like g.
Were is the k in balık why it is replaced by ğı
I said the right sentence but they still considered it wrong!
Isn't there a specfic rule for going from nominative to accusative? (Ex I noticed that each time a word ended in a vowel in accusative you only added -yi like meyve-meveyi, makarna-makarnyi etc)
Is it grammatically correct to say "balığı" on its own? So of someone was to ask me a question, can I reply "Balığı."?
Why are sentences so repetitive?