Turkish Grammar

Turkish Grammar

Turkish is a highly agglutinative language, i.e., Turkish words have many grammatical suffixes or endings that determine meaning. Turkish vowels undergo vowel harmony. When a suffix is attached to a stem, the vowel in the suffix agrees in frontness or backness and in roundedness with the last vowel in the stem. Turkish has no gender.

Read more about Turkish Grammar:  Parts of Speech, Word-order, Inflectional Suffixes, Adverbs, Pronouns

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