Turkish Language Quiz 1

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Turkish Language Quiz 1 - Quiz

Woohoo! Quiz time! Translate each word between Turkish and English.

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    You too

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    The given correct answer "istemek" is the Turkish translation of the English word "want".

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    Your (formal)

    The given correct answer "sizin" is the Turkish translation of the English word "your" in a formal context. In Turkish, "sizin" is used to address someone in a respectful manner, typically when talking to someone older or in a position of authority. It is important to use the appropriate form of address in Turkish to show respect and politeness.

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    My baby

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    The given word "good" is translated to "iyi" in Turkish.

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    I'm fine

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    Good morning

    The given correct answer is "gunaydin, günaydın". This is because both "gunaydin" and "günaydın" are Turkish phrases that mean "good morning". The first one is written in a simplified form without the Turkish character "ü", while the second one includes the correct spelling with the character "ü". Both spellings are acceptable and commonly used in Turkish language.

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    What is your name?

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    The given answer "seviyorum" is the correct translation of the word "love" in Turkish. In Turkish, "seviyorum" is the present tense form of the verb "sevmek," which means "to love." Therefore, "seviyorum" accurately represents the meaning of the word "love" in Turkish.

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    I love you

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    Good night

    The given answer "iyi geceler" is the correct response to the phrase "good night" in Turkish. It is a common way to bid someone farewell and wish them a good night in the Turkish language.

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    My love

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    You (formal)

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    The given answer "aksam, akşam" is correct. It represents the Turkish word for "evening". The word is written in two different ways, with "aksam" being the phonetic spelling and "akşam" being the correct Turkish spelling. Both variations are acceptable and commonly used in the Turkish language to refer to the period of time between afternoon and night.

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    Good afternoon

    The given correct answer is "iyi oglenler, iyi öğlenler." This is because the phrase "good afternoon" is translated into Turkish as "iyi öğlenler." However, it seems like there was a typo in the Turkish translation, as "oglenler" should be spelled as "öğlenler." Therefore, the correct translation should be "iyi öğlenler."

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    How are you?

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    My baby

    The given answer "bebegim, bebeğim" is correct because it correctly translates the phrase "my baby" into Turkish. The word "bebegim" is the informal spelling of "bebeğim" in Turkish, both of which mean "my baby" in English. The use of a comma between the two spellings suggests that both variations are accepted and commonly used in Turkish.

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    Good evening

    The given answer "iyi aksamlar, iyi akşamlar" is correct because it translates to "good evening" in Turkish. The phrase "iyi aksamlar" is the Turkish equivalent of "good evening" and "iyi akşamlar" is the correct spelling in Turkish. Therefore, both variations are correct translations of the greeting "good evening" in Turkish.

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