Expressing Our Feelings


This is an elementary appendix to Lesson #2 – Making Simple Sentences with verb -to be. You will learn how to express your basic feelings. You could check that lesson for different object conjugations of the adjectives.


Reminder: In practical language object is often omitted when it is followed by a word with the object suffix. For instance, it is more common to say “iyiyim” than “Ben iyiyim”.

🙂

(Ben) mutluyum – I am happy.


🙁

(Ben) mutsuzum – I am sad.


(Ben) neşeliyim. – I am cheerful.


(Ben) keyifliyim. – I am in a good mood.


(Ben) keyifsizim. – I am gloomy.


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(Ben) şaşkınım. – I am surprised.


(Ben) kızgınım. – I am mad.


(Ben) yorgunum. – I am tired.


(Ben) uykuluyum. – I am sleepy.


Words you have learnt so far…

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A

Arap – Arab

Avukat – Lawyer

Asker – Soldier

Alman – German

Amerikalı – American

Az – Few

B

Büyük – Big

C

Ç

Çirkin – Ugly
Çok – Very/Many

D

Doktor – Doctor

E

F

Fransız – French

G

Gazeteci – Journalist
Genç – Young
Güzel – Beautiful

H

Hızlı – Fast

I

İ

İtalyan – Italian
İş adamı – Businessman
İspanyol – Spanish
İngiliz – English
İyi – Good

J

K

Küçük – Small

Kötü – Bad

Keyifli – In a good mood

Keyifsiz – Gloomy

Kızgın – Mad

L

M

Memur – Public Officer

Mühendis – Engineer

Mutlu – Happy

Mutsuz – Sad

N


Neşeli – Cheerful

O

Ö

Öğretmen – Teacher
Öğrenci – Student

P

Polis – Policeman

R

Rus – Russian

S

Suriyeli – Syrian
Sanatçı – Artist
Sıcak – Hot
Soğuk – Cold

Ş


Şaşkın – Surprised

T

Türk – Turkish

U


Uykulu – Sleepy

Ü

V

Y

Yeni – New

Yavaş – Slow

Yaşlı – Old

Yakışıklı – Handsome

Yorgun – Tired

Z

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