TURKISH GRAMMAR BOOK

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As some Arabic words in -at- were taken into Turkish with the t, others without it, this ending appears in four forms: a, e, at, et. There are a few instances of differentiation of meaning by the retention or non-retention of the t: e.

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This exemplifies some of the reformers' happy-go-lucky way of purifying Turkish of its foreign borrowings. Foreign diphthongs. Three English sporting terms, foul, round, and knockout, appear as fav" ravnt, and nakavt, with no epenthetic vowel, the v being pronounced as a semivowel. Alternation of consonants. Final postvocalic k in polysyllabic substantives becomes 9 when a vowel is added: ayak 'foot', ace.

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Most, however, follow the pattern of kok 'root', ace. Final postconsonantal 9 in foreign borrowings d. In borrowings from western languages the 9 is usually retained in writing but pronounced as k except by the learned: kliring 'clearing' a financial term , miting 'political meeting'.

Final postvocalic g, vulgarly pronounced k, used to change to 9 before an added vowel, the accusatives of katalog 'catalogue' and jeolog 'geologist' being katalogu and jeologu. Now, however, the written forms are katalogu and jeologu, though the older forms may still be heard. Care must be taken not to confuse at 'horse', ace. A few verb-stems change final t to d when a vowel is added, e. Final p and t may arise from a doubled final band d in Arabic borrowings.

This fashion is reflected in the second edition of OTD and the third edition of TS , but had faded out by Survivals of the practice may be regarded as idiosyncratic.

Consonant assimilation in suffixes. Vowels: general observations. A back, close, rounded vowel, between the vowels of English put and pool.

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Short, burun 'nose'; long, ugur 'luck'. A front, open, unrounded vowel, like French e in etre.

Short, sever 'he loves'; long, tesir 'effect'. It also has a closer pronunciation, verging on the sound of i, which is sometimes heard especially in the first syllables of vermek 'to give' and gece 'night'.

These two sounds of e are not separate phonemes in standard Turkish. In dialect, however, el 'hand' and el 'people', homophones in the standard language, are pronounced differently, with open and close e respectively.

A front, close, unrounded vowel, as in French si, closer than in English pin. A front, open, rounded vowel, as in German; the French eu in peur. Short, gormek 'to see'; long, ogrenmek 'to learn'. A front, close, rounded vowel, as in German; the French u in mur. Short, iiziim 'grapes'; long, diigme 'button'.This website uses cookies to improve your experience.

Turkish Grammar

Vowel length. Inside Out in Istanbul: Why not share! A useful sentence for practice is Has Harry heard?

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Unfortunately, many language texts in this area are based on outdated usage and offer little information on how the language in question is actually spoken.