Turkish 174 - Subordinating suffixes: -(y)İncE

QuestionAnswer
bark!
interjection
hav!

The noise a dog makes.

to bark
VERB - intransitive, non-passiveVERB - dative
havlamak
When the dog barked, Eylem got scared.
sentence
Köpek havlayınca Eylem korktu.
move, movement, motion
noun
hareket
to chuckle, to giggle
VERB - intransitive, non-passive
kıkırdamak
When they showed the dance move that they recently learned, we all chuckled.
sentence
Onlar yeni öğrendikleri dans hareketini gösterince hepimiz kıkırdadık.
[Lit.] Call when you arrive.
sentence
Varınca ara.
Does it hurt when I touch here?
sentence
Buraya dokununca acıyor mu?Buraya dokununca acıyor mu?
to collapse, to cave in
VERB - intransitive, non-passiveVERB - dative
çökmek
earthquake
noun
deprem
tent
noun
çadır
When their home collapsed in the earthquake, they stayed in the tent.
sentence
Depremde evleri çökünce, çadırda kaldılar.
ironCLOTHES
noun
ütü
to iron
VERB - transitive, non-causativeVERB - accusative
ütülemek
to dry offINTRANSITIVE
VERB - intransitive, non-passive
kurumak
When the laundry dries off, iron them.
sentence
Çamaşırlar kuruyunca ütüle.
to get used to, to habituate
VERB - transitive, non-causativeVERB - dative
alışmak
It's not hard when you get used to it.
sentence
Alışınca zor değil.
When I saw the nurse, I immediately fell in love.
sentence
Hemşireyi görünce hemen aşık oldum.
When the food spoiled, I threw it in the trash.
sentence
Yemekler bozulunca çöpe attım.

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