"What is she telling you?"
Translation:O sana ne söylüyor?
Normal word order is SOV, subject object verb. So although the verb comes at the end, the subject comes at the beginning. Indirect object and direct object come in between, as does other information like where or when. the question word typically comes before the key word being questioned.
There may also be a rule for indirect object to come before direct object. ?? In this case, the question word Ne is the direct object. She/he to you WHAT is telling?
Hi, I found the followings links, perhaps they will help you:
My answer was wrong and i got offered this sentence: "Sana ne diyor?"
In the hints I see a word demek, so is the diyor the continuous form of demek for 3rd person sg.?
In an earlier lesson there was mentioned the "mek" as a suffix for the infinitive, so the verb is de, actually, right?
Then why is the form diyor instead of deyiyor? AFAIK when we have a two adjacent vowels we put a "y" for harmony, so my logic says it's deyiyor.