If someone asked me if I could turkish, could I simply answer 'Biraz'
And similarly, would cok degil (with the right letters) be 'not much'?
Yes, that would also work :)
‘Türkçe biliyor musunuz?’ (Do you know Turkish?)
‘Evet, biraz türkçe biliyorum, ama yalnız biraz.’ (Yes, I know I little bit Turkish but only a little bit)
That is how I would answer.
Where are the tips and notes guys??
I can't picture a native speaker saying 'little bit hungry"
Yeah. I might answer "A little bit" to the question "Are you hungry?" but I'd never say "I'm a little bit hungry". Just "I'm a little hungry"
I'm a native English speaker and I'd say it. "a bit hungry" is probably more common ... "a little hungry" sounds quite formal to me.
why (i am hungry a little bit ) is wrong ?
What is the difference between az and biraz in terms of when they're used?
Why is, "I'm somewhat hungry" incorrect for this question?
It is fine and has been added :)
What's the difference between "açım" and "acikyorum"???
"acim" means "I am hungry", "acikiyorum" means "I am getting hungry"