Turkish Past Tense



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Turkish Past Tense

In Turkish, "-dı", "-di", "-du", "-dü" are the Past Tense Suffix. And it can change to "-tı", "-ti", "-tu", "-tü" by verbs. al (he/she/it took) verdi (he/she/it gave) buldu (he/she/it found) gör (he/she/it saw) The vowel of the suffixes change by end vowel of sentences; -dı is for a, ı -di is for e, i -du is for o, u -dü is for ö, ü -m is for "ben" (i): alm (i took) verdim (i gave) buldum (i found) görm (i saw) -n is for "sen" (you): aln (you took) verdin (you gave) buldun (you found) görn (you saw) -k is for "biz" (we): alk (we took) verdik (we gave) bulduk (we found) görk (we saw) -nız, -niz, -nuz, -nüz is for "siz" (you (plural)): alnız (you took) verdiniz (you gave) buldunuz (you found) görnüz (you saw) -lar is for "onlar" (they): allar (they took) verdiler (they gave) buldular (they found) görler (they saw) Note: -lar, -ler is Plural Suffix.