Why is it senden and not seni?
some verbs require ablative, "nefret etmek" is one of them
think of it this way: from you i am repulsing
Gotta love how the little cartoon guy cheers when you get the answer right for this one.
Why dis etmek become ederim and not etim in first person conjugation?
This is an early rule where some letters are changed depending on whats come after them .. p.t.k...etc
And "senden" is not a comparative?! :/
What does etmek mean btw?
İt means "To make"
What harm would come from removing this exercise, or changing it to something like "We hate pasta"?