OK I have two questions regarding Turkish:
The first is why can't it be translated as "I am eating meat and oil"? I figure that there's a different way of presenting the continuous but I would just like to know if and why.
The second is why do most western asian languages have S-O-V standard word order, like Armenian? I speak armenian and a lot of people use S-O-V as well (In Yerevan it's dying out a bit for some reason but my point still stands). Does it all come from culture / cultural interaction between Turks and Armenians, or from a common tongue once shared among the two?
merhaba! i have one question: why is always in the present form used this form of the verb, and not the -yor- present, like "ben et ve yag yeyorum" i remarked this as well with other sentences and it counfused me. thank you for your explanations! and thanks for the great course!