Amir
Can you help me to correct these Turkish sentences ? Can you help me to correct these Turkish sentences ?
Meanwhile, my laptop keyboard was in English 

Thanks


1- Siz kac sokaktasiniz ?

2- Bu sandalye mi ?

3- Sinifda silgi var mi ?

4- Ben sana anlamiyorum 

5- Siz bana ariyor musunuz ?

6- Ali Merveden soru soruyor mu ?

7- isciler saat yedi ise basliyorlar

8- Saatten bes ona kadar okuldalar 

9- Benim silgiyim sinifta

10- Onun telefonusu masada

11- Onun odasiya gidiyoruz

12- Onlarin defterini bakiyorum

13- Her gun parka spor yapiyor

14- Siz evde ne yemek pisiriyor musunuz ?

15- Ayse arabasina biniyorum

15- Isfahanin universitesinde farsca okuyoruz

16- Simdi saat dokuzu yirmi gece
Jun 11, 2018 1:34 PM
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-m is the possessive ending

1) If the word ends in a vowel, it is barely added

sıra        : desk
sıram     : my desk

silgi        : eraser
silgi
m    : my eraser

2) If the word ends in a consonant, it takes the ı/i/u/ü helper sounds according to the vowel harmonies rules.

öğretmen        : teacher
öğretmenim    : my teacher

arkadaş           : friend
arkadaşım       : my friend


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June 12, 2018
 If it's possessive:

1) It is barely added if the word ends in a consonant.

telefon            : phone
telefon
u          : his/her phone

ilaç                  : medicine, drug
ilac
ı                  : his/her/its drug

2) It takes the "s" helper consonant if the word ends in a vowel.

aile                   : family
aile
si                : his/her/its family

yazı                   : writing
yazı
                : his/her/its writing

June 12, 2018

Telefonu masada.
(His/her phone is on the table.)
June 12, 2018

-ı/i/u/ü 
1) accusative case

2) possessive mood of the singular 3rd
3) a kind of darivative suffix


June 12, 2018

-im   is the personal ending.

1) If the word ends in a consonant, it is added as -ım/-im/-um/-üm according to the vowel harmonies. It has the same appearance as the possessive ending in this situation.

öğretmen        : teacher
öğretmenim    : I am a teacher

Fars                  : Farsi
Fars'ım             : I'm Farsi

2) If the word ends in a vowel, it takes the "y" helper consonant.

İranlı                  : Iranian
İranlıyım            : I am Iranian

öğrenci             : student
öğrenciyim       : I'm a student


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June 12, 2018
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