In this lesson you will learn another suffix that turns verbs into adverbial clauses. -(y)İncE, like -DİğİndE, is used to talk about time. It
is usually translated as 'when'.
-(y)İncE is mostly used for talking about two events happening in succession. The verb that has -(y)İncE occurs before than the
main verb. Let's see some examples:
|Köpek havlayınca Eylem korktu.
||When the dog barked, Eylem got scared.
|Onlar [yeni öğrendikleri dans hareketi]ni gösterince hepimiz kıkırdadık.
||When they showed [the dance move that they recently learned], we all chuckled.
Notice how the verbs with -(y)İncE has no person or tense marker. We always interpret the clause with -(y)İncE in accord with the context.