Don't we need a comma here?
Which is the inteded meaning?
"No, thanks". For example: "No, I don't want to take what you are offering, but thank you for offering it".
"No thanks". For example: "I could do it, but no thanks to you"
Right. A comma is needed. The meaning is simply "no, thank you."
Abe, I don't understand why you are asking so many empty questions.
I cant listen to the pronunciation
Cukur evimiz Yamac babamiz
How do it (thanks) pronounces? Le(sh) or le(r)? Same "icer" pronounced like "icesh". Is duolingo wrong?
I was wondering about this too. Sometimes thank you ends with an er sound and other times it sounds like teşekkür(lash). Is it because it's a female speaking and the ending changes?
Tell me (she) word in turkish pleas
O = he/she/it ♡
Ben = i ♡
Sen = you (singular/informal) ♡
Onlar = they ♡
Biz = we ♡
Siz = you (plural/formal) ♡
I'm not sure why is it denying the answer, maybe because of my wrong accents?
I keep writing this correctly and you keep saying its wrong!!!
Sally, there is no "you". Duolingo is a machine, a program....As learners more or less advanced, we can't do anything and we can't check what you've really wroten.
So, don't be angry and the next time you will do rigth. Ok?
Its spelling mistake !
It would be no spelling mistakes if Turkish restart with Arabic letters !
Or first , ee need to learn the sounds .
abone olabilir misin
انه سهل جدا
Aaaaaa yene yanlış yaptım
Aaaaaa doğru yapmışım
Hayir means no and yok means something else
Lütfen beni takip edin