Yer= eats = floor
Much as in English, "like" can be "to find something good" (I like cooking) or "similar to" (you dance like a professional).
"Time flies like an arrow… fruit flies like a pineapple."
Am right assuming that "Yer neden ıslak?" means "Why is the floor (not e.g. wall) wet?" and "Yer ıslak neden?" would mean "Why is the floor wet (not dry or painted etc.) ? ?
Yes, but your second question should real "Neden yer ıslak?" :)
Of course. Thank you very much.
yer means place, i wrote "why is the place wet" but it was wrong
What's the difference between "yer" and "kat"?
allright, thanks a lot
"Islak" is an Arabic word إزلاق which means slippy.