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"You always wear glasses."

Translation:Sen her zaman gözlük takarsın.

3 years ago

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is there a difference between hep and her zaman?

2 years ago

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They are the same :)

2 years ago

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Is "zaman" important for that? Why it doesn't work without? That was my first thought :)

2 months ago

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Hep?

1 month ago

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Could "takıyorsun" also be used here?

Turkish seems to use the present continuous more freely than English does, so I thought it could work here as well.

3 years ago

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Here, it does not really fit. Since there is "always", I would rather stick to present simple.

3 years ago

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Thank you.

3 years ago

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Sen her zaman gözlük takıyorsun.

2 years ago