"Hayır, annem asla buraya gelmeyecek."
Translation:No, my mother will never come here.
what's with you refusing "mom" as a translation to "annem"? "no, mom will never come here" idare eder ya :)
If you capitalize it like it's a name, then yes, I think so. Same with "Dad" or "Grandpa", etc. My siblings and I still do that. But really only among each other. Talking to someone else, I'd say "my mom".
What's the difference between 'burada' and 'buraya' are they interchangeable
the case is different: buraya is dative*, which implies a movement to "here". Burada is the locative, which implies the action took place "here" (with possible movement, as long as it all takes place inside)
- he is running in (within) the garden = bahçede koşuyor
- he is running into the garden = bahçeye koşuyor
I'm learning too, I really hope i didn't make mistakes in here :-/
*Corrected, thanks to Sincaxi :) benjat, I suggest you (and I...) take some time to read the "tips and notes" in the skills devoted to the cases - they're easy to find, they tend to end in -ive
Actually, "buraya" is in the dative case. Accusative case is when a definite noun takes the suffix -i/ı/ü/u.
aucunLien already answered this, but he made one error. He said that "buraya" is accusative, but it's actually in the dative case. Other than that, his explanation is good. Just so you don't get confused by all these grammar terms in the future.