Do bahar and ilkbahar mean the same thing?
They do. And isn't it interesting: ilk-bahar is spring (the first bahar) and son-bahar is fall (the last bahar). :)
Lovely (as well as logical) explanation once we understand that bahar is blossom :) i may forget summer and winter, but not spring neither autumn. Thank you!
İ dont forget them but do get them the wrong way round sometimes.
ilkbahar means first spring so it can be the same thing
why does it wrong when I answer with "pinar" instead of "ilkbahar" ?
You can not say "değildir", right?
I wrote: ilkbahar soğuk yok , can someone tell me why I cannot use yok here? I am sure there is one. Thanks you
I too used 'yok' instead of 'değil' - 'Spring is cold, not'. It would be most helpful if this could be explained please.