Hala=father's sister. Halâ= the right thing
Yes, Duo should pronounce correctly.
Are hala and halâ pronounced different?
Aren't henüz and hala the same?
Henüz is yet. It's used in negative sentences.
"Seni henüz sevmiyorum." - I don't love you yet.
When would one use "senin" instead of "seni" in this sentence?
senin means your, it is a possessive adjective so makes no sense here
Well, "Senin halan seviyorum" makes sense :)
Does it? ;p I would put an "ı": Senin halanı seviyorum. :-]
D'oh! Of course - possessed things are always definite. Thanks!
And what does this mean
"I love your aunt"
Don't we all :)
Why is it wrong to use severim?
It is because of the "still." You are talking about what you are currently doing. :) Also, in general, when you are talking about romantic love, there is a tendency to use the present continuous tense.
Ok. Thanks. :)
Can anybody explain why it says I've made a typo when I put circumflexes on hâlâ as per the pronunciation?
Duo pronounced hala like aunt . Should pronounce as in Arabic.
can i say "hala seni seviyorum"?