What's the difference between 'üzücü' and 'üzgün' ?
I think that "üzücü" is sad and "üzgün"" is sorry. Like : " Üzücüm " is "I am sad" and "Üzgünüm" is "I am sorry".
See AlexinNotTurkey's comment in https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/9877257
Does is have to be okuldan eve gitmek (and not eve okuldan gitmek) because you're supposed to respect the chronology in Turkish?
What is wrong with 'Eve okuldan her gün gitmek üzücü'?
One wonders if whoever wrote this sentence ever went to school. The only sad part about going home from school is knowing that you'll have to go back the next day.
Thats what I was thinking, which kid isn't happy to go home from school? lol. Perhaps turkish shools or their kids are different
Could giden be used instead of gitmek?
no, giden is the adjective (or relative clause) form.
okula giden insanlar - people who go to the school
Ah! I remember now - thanks.
what is the difference between üzgün and üzücü?????
Does okuldan have to go before eve...and if so why?