I'm sorry... But I can't see how this relates to the past tense. someone please clarify...
it doesn't. not everything in a skill needs to fit perfectly there, probably one ofthe words are being taught there first without a suffix, like "yeni"
i think it is good to include "unrelated" topics in lessons. Here, switching gears helps me see the difference between past tense and present. Its good practice :)
it is the beauty of duolingo
Selcen hanımefendi .....
Can the "past suffix attached to the question words ?? like: Nerdedi, Nedi, Hangidi .....
(Onun yeni arabası nerdedi?)
(Where was her new car)?
actually I am not Selcen, let me try an answer nevertheless.
I think you are right, but you would have to add a buffer-y:
nerede -> neredeydi
ne -> neydi
(concerning hangi I am not sure)
Might be getting ahead of myself here, but how would one change "nerede" to the past tense? As in, "where was his new car?"
I think I'm starting to see a pattern ;)
Where was his new car?- Onun yeni arabası neredeydi?
Mentioned this with the other use of "Its car," but this is not a subject/verb combination that would appear in any ordinary conversation in English. It's a very strange formulation.
Since lesson is in the past tense...is it correct to say " where was his new car?..please explain
It is not past tense
I just got this wrong because it says onun is masculine, why can't it be her car?
It could definitely be "her new car" as well; this should be accepted.