Can hayvanlar not go at the beginning of this sentence?
Can someone please explain why the locative phrase sometimes goes first, and sometimes goes second? In short, what are the rules for word order in the locative?
I don't understand this either.
So I just need to remember that the verb is going to come at the end, yes? In sentences like this it's going to be "In the zoo animals there are". Just reminding myself. :D
Actually, why the N in bahçesiNde?
the possessive -(s)4 takes extra -n and it becomes -(s)4n when it reacts with case endings. we couldn't find a solution yet :p
And 4 stands for 4-way vowel harmony, yes? Just trying to make everything super clear here since I'm new to Turkish. Thanks. :)
yes exactly, it can also be showed like -(s)I. you are very welcome
i don't understand why we are using possesive with bahçe. There is not your zoo...
"hayvanat bahçesi" is a noun compound