How am I supposed to tell whether the "in" suffix on "ev" in this sentence means "your house" or is part of a postpositional phrase or both?
Is there any difference between üst and üzer?
I don't understand why the sentence doesn't literally mean 'There is a house on top of birds'
'There is a house on top of birds': kuşların üzerinde bir ev var.
Yes i know what you mean. I thought it was "there are birds on top of your house" So how would i say that.
I think it would be like:
"Evinin üstünde kuşlar var"
Please correct me if I am wrong.
There are birds over the house. OK?
"Evin üstünde kuşlar var."
Translation: There are birds on top of the house.
There are birds on the house.
Correct other English answer accepted by Duo.
I hear "evim" !!! But I knew it meant "evin" . I still typed "evim" and was marked correct,!???