"Bizim evimiz ilerideki okulun arkasında."

Translation:Our house is behind the school up ahead.

3 years ago

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<h1>English question</h1>

What's the difference between:

  1. Our house is up ahead behind the school

and

  1. Our house is behind the school up ahead.
3 years ago

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In the second one, you have to be referencing a specific school on the exact path that you are on (and you probably are able to see it form where you are standing as well). The first one is a little more vague (the school may or may not be on the same road, as long as your house is behind it)

3 years ago

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thats just being a little too technical without naming the specific school either should be acceptable

3 years ago

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The sentence "Our house is up ahead behind the school" is also a perfectly correct English translation and it should be added as another correct translation of the above Turkish sentence.

2 years ago

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It is not the translation of this sentence though :) "ilerdeki" is an adjective modifying the school and not the house. It is the school that is "up ahead" and not the house in this sentence. :)

2 years ago

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I see. Thanks for the reply Alex. :)

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Chris731160

Why the ending on okulun? Is it possessive?

5 days ago
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