Turkish 180 - How to make conditional sentences 6

QuestionAnswer
to be closed
VERB - intransitive, passive
kapatılmak
If the roads are closed off Can is going to be late.
sentence
Yollar kapatıldıysa Can geç kalacak.
to meltINTRANSITIVE
VERB - intransitive, non-passive
erimek
If the ice melted, we can't slide.
sentence
Buzlar eridiyse kayamayız.
maid, servant
noun
hizmetçi
If the maid has done the laundry, hang it up.
sentence
Hizmetçi çamaşırları yıkadıysa, as.
to cheat on (somebody); to trick
VERB - transitive, non-causativeVERB - accusative
aldatmak
wife
noun
karı

An interesting and very important point: it is extremely rude to say 'karı' UNLESS you use it with possessives. Then it is completely okay. Like saying 'karım', 'karısı', 'karınız' is totally fine, but it is mega-rude to say 'karıya', 'karıdan', 'karıyı', 'karılar'. So be careful. Heh.

husband
noun
koca
If Kamil (as claimed) cheated on his wife, she will leave him.
sentence
Kamil karısını aldatmışsa, karısı onu terk eder.
a while, for a while
adverb
bir süre
If your girlfriend got mad at you, don't talk to her for a while.
sentence
Kızarkadaşın sana kızmışsa onunla bir süre konuşma.
one more time, again
phrase
bir daha
If she won the lottery (as we heard), she will never speak to us again.
sentence
Piyangoyu kazanmışsa bizimle bir daha asla konuşmaz.
If the one who called isn't my mom, it's (probably) my dad.
sentence
Arayan annem değilse babamdır.
If the shoes you want are not expensive, we can buy them.
sentence
İstediğin ayakkabılar pahalı değilse alabiliriz.
pool
noun
havuz
If the pool is not dirty, go swim.
sentence
Havuz kirli değilse gidin yüzün.

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