What is the sense of "iyi" (or "fine") here? Does it mean, he is not (feeling) well? Or, he is not a good guy? Or, he is not well groomed or dressed?
Why cant it be "o degil iyi"?
It is just the wrong word order. When negating a sentence, "değil" normally comes at the end.
Why değil has to be used? Why can't it be yok? O iyi yok?
Why isn't it "O iyitir değil"? AAA I'm confused.
Why isn't "iyi" the one that has the verb ending? Also, I put "O iyi değiller" and it said it was wrong...
Değiller stands for plural. For example Onlar iyi değiller=They are not fine
O iyi değil=He/She/It is not fine
can't we add ''der'' in the end of ''değil''?
Why isnt this O iyi değildir?