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"The house that we rented is too small."

Translation:Kiraladığımız ev çok küçük.

3 years ago

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can "Ev" (ın some form ) be put at the start of the sentence? Evimiz or Evde Kiraladığımız... ?

3 years ago

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Nope, never. Adjectives and modifiers must come before the noun it modifies. Kiraladığımız modifies ev. :)

3 years ago

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brıll! tvm!

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In this sentence there is no way to distinguish past from present, correct?

1 year ago

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Exactly! :)

1 year ago

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kiraladığımız ev çok fazla küçük Is this not possible?

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"çok fazla" is a little strong and would be closer to "way too small" :)

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Thanks Alex

3 years ago

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I thought that adding fazla was a way of differentiating between very and too. I guess I'm incorrect. Can someone explain please?

1 year ago