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toto

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2021.04.25 16:03
僕はタイ語を勉強しなければならない。だけど大学は始まりません。
ぼく 主語、名詞
タイ語 目的語
を 助詞
勉強する 動詞
I study Thai
I have to study Thai
僕はタイ語を勉強しなければならない。


I have to study Thai. But college doesn't start.
S V O but S V O

Tengo que estudiar tailandés. Pero la universidad no empieza.
Tener tengo tienes tiene tenemos tenéis tienes

我必须学习泰语。 但是大学还没有开始。
还 まだ
(还)没有+動詞 まだ〜してない


ฉัน ต้อง เรียน ภาษา ไทย แต่ วิทยาลัย ไม่ ได้ เริ่ม ต้น
ต้อง しなければならない
เริ่ม ต้น 始まる


Ich muss Thai lernen. Aber das College fängt nicht an.
anfängt 始まる 分離動詞

Tayca çalışmalıyım. Ama üniversite başlamaz.
malı しなければならない
ma してない
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  • Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ 2021.04.25 17:12

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    Ama üniversite başlamaz.

    Ama üniversite başlama.

  • NooNoon 2021.04.25 17:22

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    ฉัน ต้อง เรียน ภาษา ไทย แต่ วิทยาลัย ไม่ ได้ ต้น

    ฉัน ต้อง เรียน ภาษา ไทย แต่ วิทยาลัยยังไม่เด(เทอ)

    เริ่ม ต้น 始まる

    เริ่ม ต้น/เริ่ม/เปิด(เทอม) 始まる

  • toto 2021.04.26 16:13

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    @Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ It is past form!
  • toto 2021.04.26 16:14

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    @NooNoon ありがとうー
  • vig 2021.04.26 16:38

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    @NooNoon ยากเรียนแล้วหรอกครับ
  • Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ 2021.04.26 17:40

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    @toto The college (the term) has not started yet. Üniversite henüz başlamadı. 大学はまだ始まってない。 It's meaning-wise translation😊
  • toto 2021.04.27 00:44

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    @vig はい、勉強したいです。
  • toto 2021.04.27 00:46

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    @Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ Ih, it is perfect aspect. I don't know Turkish well yet and I think I need to use it everyday. It is ok to use it a little for a minute. Sağ ol
  • toto 2021.04.27 00:50

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    @Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ Üniversite başlamadı. The university didn't start. It is different from English language.
  • Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ 2021.04.27 01:32

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    @toto There are 12 different type of times in English; simple past tense, past progressive tense, perfect past tense, past perfect progressive tense, simple present tense, progressive present tense, perfect present tense, present perfect progressive tense, simple future tense, future progressive tense, perfect future tense, future perfect progressive tense. Turkish has only 5 tense. Sometimes the meaning and the tense are different. Akşama partiye gidiyorum. (Present tense) I will go to the party tonight. (future tense) It's written in present continuous tense in Turkish, but the meaning is future tense. So direct translation doesn't work always.😊
  • toto 2021.04.27 02:09

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    @Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ Only 5!! Türkçe çalışıyorum Positive declarative conjugation indicative present aorist indicative present imperfective indicative past perfective indicative past imperfective future Positive interrogative conjugation indicative present aorist indicative present imperfective indicative past perfective indicative past imperfective future Negative declarative conjugation indicative present aorist indicative present imperfective indicative past perfective indicative past imperfective future Negative interrogative conjugation indicative present aorist indicative present imperfective indicative perfective indicative past imperfective future 😪
  • toto 2021.04.27 02:11

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    @Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ it is like japanese present tense(aorist), 食べます means I eat and I will eat(or i am going to eat) in english.
  • Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ 2021.04.27 08:40

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    @toto Actually Turkish have seven tenses that I just realized. Geniş zaman (-er, -ar) Geçmiş zaman (-di) Geçmiş zaman (-miş) Şimdiki zaman (-yor) Gelecek zaman (-acak) (Progressive) Geçmiş zaman (-yordu) Progressive Geçmiş zaman (-yormuş) Actually the two past tense in Turkish, gives the verb same meaning time-wise but the meaning of sentence changes in another way. So I will consider those tenses the same and stick to 5 tenses. Japanese have 4 tense as far as I know. past tense(〜た) past progressive (〜ていた) present-future tense (〜る) present progressive (〜ている) Tenses are not simple grammetical rules but they must change the meaning time-wise in a sentence. Two tenses can form a new tense if they are being used in a compatible way in the language. (V)》Verb 4 Past Tense: (V)-ed was (V)ing had (V)ed had been (V)ing 4 present tense (V) am (V)ing have (V)ed have been (V)ing 4 future tense will will be (V)ing will have (V)ed will have been (V)ing 12 tenses in English.
  • toto 2021.04.27 10:04

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    @Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ 日本語は未来形はないと言われている。 There is not future form in Japanese, it is said so. When I write about something in the future I use like this, 僕は勉強するだろう。 but when I speak about something in the futute I use like this, 勉強するよ。 In Japanese it is important at the things around subject, not subject. Maybe in Japanese it is not very important at tense so there are not many forms for tense. -di For example I ate -yordu I was eating If they are translated into English.
  • Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ 2021.04.27 11:28

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    @toto Yes, ur translations are right. I think we are on the same page. U work hard, hardly work okay😊 Stay safe and healthy😊
  • toto 2021.04.27 13:58

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    @Emre『恵夢冷』エムレ Sağ ol ありがとう sen de you too

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