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Gulya S.
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Turkish
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Question:

Sentence structure in Turkish.

Gulya S.
Answer:

In English, the structure is Subject - Verb - Object. Turkish sentence structure is Subject - Object - Verb. Examples: 1. Ben eve gidiyorum ---- I am going home. "Ben gidiyorum eve" is wrong. 2. Βebek süt içiyor ---The baby is drinking milk "Βebek içiyor süt" is wrong. 3. Biz İstanbul'dan geliyoruz --- We are coming from Istanbul. "Biz geliyoruz İstanbul'dan" is wrong.

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Question:

Usage of КТО, ЧТО, ЭТО in questions

Gulya S.
Answer:

Кто? is asked to request more details about a person. Что? is asked to get more information about a thing. "Что это?" (What is this?) and "Кто это?" (Who is this?). If you ask a question with the word ЭТО then you will most likely hear it in the answer to your question. For example: Что это? Это тетрадь.-What is it?- It is the notebook. Кто это? Это преподаватель-Who is he? - He is a teacher

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Question:

A soccer team played 160 games and won 65 percent of them. How many games did it win?

Gulya S.
Answer:

160games-100% Xgames-65% X=104games-65%

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