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MesajKonu: Turkish Adjectives and Adjectival Phrases   Çarş. 6 Ağus. - 18:42

Turkish Adjectives and Adjectival Phrases
Turkish is a Descriptive Language - Adjectives abound..

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If Turkish can make something into an adjective - then it will do so...

Turkish is a very adjectival language. At a low level the adjective always preceded its noun, kara kedi - a black cat - as in English. However Turkish makes great use of Adjectival Phrases and Clauses - if it can make something into an adjective, then it will. If we extend this in English we may say -

The black cat with the long tail which is sitting on the mat looks hungry.

However the Turkish way will describe the cat not only as black but also where and upon what it is sitting together with any other attributes, such as its long tail - viz:

On the mat which is sitting long tailed black cat hungry looks.

[Minderin üstünde oturan uzun kuyruklu kara kedi aç görünüyor.]

It pays to remember when learning Turkish that you describe adjectivally the subject and object with regards to place and disposition etc., make the sentence and then - BINGO! - once all the describing is

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