Turkish Grammar : Verbal Adjectives | Learn how to use Verbal Adjectives in a sentence in Turkish. Then improve your Turkish by practicing.
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7 thoughts on “Learn Turkish Lesson 49 – Verbal Adjectives (Sıfat Fiiller)

  1. Drunk TMツ says:

    Very useful sir . How a sentence with “ dık “ is formed if the main clause tense is different from the subordinate clause tense ? I mean like “ The engineers whom I worked with will arrive in Istanbul tomorrow “ and I don’t know if that even possible in these particular suffixes . Thanks

  2. Sirous Eghlimi says:

    Dear Mr. Uğur Hoca

    In below phrars can we say” kaldığını “ is a verbal adjective

    O bize hangi harfte kaldığını söylesin= Let him tell us what letter he's in

    hangi harfte kaldığını =the letter in which he is staying

    kalmak+dık+ı= kaldığını

    Thank you in advance

  3. Martina Cccc says:

    Thank you so much! The best explanation ever, çok teşekkür ederim!! There's one thing I'd like to to ask you, why didn't you include the other suffixes (-ası,esi -mez,maz -ar,er, ır,ir) in this explanation as well? Aren't those fiilimsi? Thank you very much again

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