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Lesson 143: Literature

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novelLITERATURE
noun
roman
tale, narrative, short story
noun
öykü
story, narrative
noun
hikaye
modern
noun
modern
dream, imagination
noun
hayal
character
noun
karakter
to pay attention (to something), to be careful (for something)
VERB - intransitive, non-passiveVERB - transitive, non-causativeVERB - dative
dikkat etmek
Authors, when writing a novel, should pay attention to the story and to the characters.
Yazarlar roman yazarken, hikayeye ve karakterlere dikkat etmeli.
interest, attention; relevancy
noun
ilgi
interesting, quaint
adjective
ilginç
soul
noun
ruh
season
noun
sezon
psychological, spiritual
adjective
ruhsal
preference, choice
noun
tercih
to prefer
VERB - transitive, non-causativeVERB - dativeVERB - accusative
tercih etmek
This season, readers prefer interesting psychological novels.
sentence
Bu sezon okurlar ilginç ruhsal romanları tercih ediyor.
enjoyment, pleasure, taste
noun
zevk
My taste and yours are different
sentence
Benim zevkim ile seninki farklı.
in the end, at last, eventually
adverb
sonunda
In the end this is a matter of taste.
sentence
Sonunda bu bir zevk meselesi.
role, status
noun
rol
to take part, to contribute
VERB - transitive, non-causativeVERB - locative
rol almak
work of art, creation, oeuvre
noun
eser
[Apparently] None of the characters took an important part in this work of art.
sentence
Hiçbir karakter bu eserde önemli bir rol almamış.
style, manner, method, way
noun
tarz
Way as in way of doing things.
to notice, to note, to realize
VERB - transitive, non-causativeVERB - accusative
fark etmek
[Apparently] In his last shortstory, the author's style has changed. Did you notice?
sentence
Son öyküsünde yazarın tarzı değişmiş. Fark ettiniz mi?
sentencelinguistic
noun
cümle
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