Shouldn't kitap be in accusative?
"an old book" is an indefinite object.
Only DEFINITE direct objects take the accusative.
I realized that this sentence had an indefinite article seconds after posting the question, but I was in a hurry so I couldn't delete it prior to your answer.
I'm sorry about that.
-Bir "kitap" aldim.
-Güzel bir "kitap" mı?
İs that correct?
Why giving to is wrong?
You can say "they are giving an old book to you "
04-June-2019 "They give you an old book" was not accepted. Why?