I got curious.... do "evrim" and "evren" share the same etymological origin, or the first letters are just a coincidence?
Yep. Both words have a common root of "evir-", which means "to turn/change/invert/convert". The word "evrim" was derived in 1930s during the language reform, whereas "evren" was an old Turkic word which was not used for centuries, revived in 1930s as well.
Yes-ish. In general, it is better to try to stick to normal question word order in the English. This is totally normal word order in Turkish as well. :)
thanks Alex! I didn't report this because I wanted to confirm first. It's not the best phrasing, for sure, but people would definitely say it that way so I asked