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Turkish Verbs and Cases! Merhaba!
Currently, I am learning Turkish but I have a little problem to remember, which case I should use with which verb.
When I learnt Russian I bought a book with 500 verbs and there was also written which cases I could use with this verb.Does anyone know an online resource or a book which could help me with this?
Dec 3, 2008 3:46 PM
Comments · 6

I've the same question as Jeanne

October 17, 2014
Jeanne, I m coming to Germany after a year or so. If you agree to support me I''ll come up to you and ready to help you to learn Turkish, our language. But why do you want to lern it. I'll take some text-books ,if you want. As you know I'm alone, I'm looking for a good and reliable partner. If you agree to this, I'll gladly come to YOU TO GERMANY.
December 31, 2008
Hello. Thanks for your reply and the link. My Turkish course classmate found an book, which was just recently published and I also found a book with  fully conjugated  Turkish verbs and their use.
December 18, 2008
Thanks for the reply. But it is not quite what I meant.
I know "Yaklaşma Hâli". But the problem is I don't know which case I need to use for which verb.
Genitive: -in/-ın/-un/-ün
Accusative: -i/-ı/-u/-ü
Dative: -a/-e
Locative: -da/-de (-ta/-te)
Ablative: -dan/-den(-tan/-ten)

Which verbs I need to use in Genitive,Accusative etc..
December 12, 2008
BTW, is it possible to say:

Ali anneye Batman'a gidiyor. ?
December 9, 2008
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Language Skills
English, German, Russian, Turkish
Learning Language
English, Russian, Turkish