Evet, duo bir baykuş
Baykuştur, if you want the suffix.
But remember, you only use that suffix when stating a fact or a strong assumption ;)
Like an "indeed"?
Like ‘New York is a town located in the USA’ or ‘Humans are mammals inhabiting the Earth’, encyklopædic facts. It is also used for strong opinions and to convince people to believe them.
In my head, I usually translate -dır as an unspoken "fact" or "true story".
He is a soldier for the language learning masses!
I think he's more like the commander, rather than a simple soldier...
Why is it not değildir?
Could be. Did you try it and it wasn't accepted?
No I didn't try it (it was multiple choice I guess), but why is it sometimes wrong to not put the possessive suffix after değil?
it is not a possessive suffix , it's the personal ending in the conjugation of the verb. The 3rd person ending -dir is optional. Used (I think) to add emphasis or state a general fact.
if you add the suffix "-dir/-dır" you're either stating a fact or making a guess, but in this sentence, adding -dir makes a slight difference to its meaning, however you can use it, i would drop the suffix as a native speaker
Is değil well pronounced here?
It isn't bad but it isn't good. It sounds like the way a lot of people pronounce it on the streets :)
Duo is not a soldier, is The general !
Duo bir baskan
Duo bir asker değil.Duo bir başkan.
Duo isn't a soldier but that doesn't mean Duo doesn't have a gun...
He's coming to get you
This test is wrong! Please fix it
It doesn't accept my answer but my answer is correct. Lanet Olsun baykuş!
Duo is my love
Evet o bir baykustur.
Duo is not a soldier, Duo is a president.
The one who asks.
Evet, Duo bir suikastçı
(Duo is an assassin)
Cmon he s only two!!
Duo Reyiz xD
I said isnt and it was wrong??