Turkish Verbs Conjugation Free Turkish Course

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today is day five Ferb's things will slowly get more interesting with this lesson after today's lesson we will start learning our first stance that uses the action verbs but before that let's learn the different types of verbs in Turkish and how they are conjugated to take on different meanings in this lesson we will look at infinitive verbs auxiliary verbs reflexive verbs reciprocal verbs and subjunctive verbs there are many other types of verbs we will see in the coming lecture be sure to download the cheat sheet for this lesson by visiting the link in the description below I also made a cheat sheet named 50 must-know verbs in Turkish the link is in the description supporter members can also gain access to exercises for this lesson so why not support my efforts help Turkish a holic and get access to more valuable content available to supporters exercise links and additional information for supporter membership is in the description below finally let me know what you think about today's topic by writing a comment below have a good lesson before verbs start their journey and change into different tenses or uses they start in their infinitive forms they have no conjugation infinitive verbs are made by adding the suffix Muk make to the verb root the correct suffix is added by looking at the last vowel of the verb root for a or its mark for a II it's make here are some verbs in their infinitive form yup-yup mock cheese cheese make each each make aku-aku mock : : mock holla holla mock just like in English where we erase the two in front of the verb to conjugate the tense we simply erase the make mock suffix to use the verb in different uses there are some times where we use the verb in its infinitive form without erasing the infinitive suffix you will see these usages in our later classes negative infinitive is made by adding the MAME in-between the verb root and the infinitive suffix we still follow the verbal harmony to select the correct infinitive and negative suffix for example yup becomes yup mark girl girl mimic Bashir Bashir mimic you will see some verbs in Turkish that are compromised of two words a noun and a verb sometimes these verbs are only a single verb in English and translated so be careful the primary oxley reverbs in Turkish are ethnic which means to do to make or to perform and all muck which means to be to become to happen and to a curve let's first look at some verbs that are formed with the verb ethnic they secure ethnic slur at MEC farc ethnic I'll let make Bailey ethnic Arzu ethnic Kaiba thermic Barak ethnic say ret make SunNet MEC you might have noticed that some can also be formed as single words there are so many words that are made with auxilary ethnic simply open your Turkish dictionary and you'll see the other Oxley reverb used in combination with a noun is the verb all muck hakim Olmec Sahib Olmec major on Mac they live on Mac yoke Olmec Fishman Olmec var Olmec say babe on Mac Mason on Mac Ned an Olmec there are many other oxy reverbs that you may see in this course Yangtze amok Bolg almec then kalmyk catch kalmyk Kaiba kalmyk rosada blue macaws herbal amok cobble a Lamech or Kabul ethnic reflexive verbs are to show that the subject and object are in the same sentence in English we use myself in combination with a reflexive verb in Turkish we simply add the suffix E etcetera plus the N to give the same meaning that myself gives in English gasps Mick Jaison Mick so Allah make soil and make cuts mock cotton mock Cermak ceramic has Allah Mac has Earl on muck reciprocal verbs indicate that the action is done together with another person in English we generally add one another after the verb but in Turkish to suffix E and the shape sound is added right after the verb root which can give the same meaning to a verb bull muck bullish muck say lamech sorry les make cuts muck cutter smack our amok aarush muck selmak seismic if you want to suggest or desire something in your action you can use subjunctive verbs subjunctive verbs basically mean let someone do in English we make a verb subjunctive by adding the suffix aim I am for one South's action or a limb alum for more than one person and erasing the infinitive suffix Mi'kmaq Kanna smack kana same cone assalam o Mac Allah Allah l'm Yermak Ghirahim jerilyn save make save am save a limb Palmach Palayam slalom

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