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Turkish Language Verb Tenses

Gelmek -- Abilitative Mood, Present Continuous

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    Abilitative Mood

    Present Continuous
    (Used only for 'the present moment' -- for 'right now')

    Türkce -- Şimdiki Sürekli zaman

    Present Continuous -- Negative
    (Used only for 'the present moment' -- for 'right now')
    Present Continuous, Simple -- Interrogative
    (Used only for 'the present moment' -- for 'right now')
    Present Continuous -- Negative Interrogative
    (Used only for 'the present moment' -- for 'right now')
    gelebiliyorum --
    I can/may come [right now], I'm able to come, I may be able to come
    gelemiyorum --
    I can't come [right now], I'm not able to come, I wouldn't be able to come
    gelebiliyor muyum? --
    can I come [right now]? am I able to come?
    gelemiyor muyum? --
    can't I come [right now]? am I not able to come? wouldn't I be able to come?
    gelebiliyorsun --
    you can/may come, you're able to come, you may be able to come
    gelemiyorsun --
    you can't come, you're not able to come, you wouldn't be able to come
    gelebiliyor musun? --
    can you come? are you able to come?
    gelemiyor musun? --
    can't you come? aren't you able to come? wouldn't you be able to come?
    gelebiliyor -
    he can/may come; he is able to come, he may be able to come
    gelemiyor --
    he can't come; he's not able to come, he wouldn't be able to come
    gelebiliyor mu? --
    can he come? is he able to come?
    gelemiyor mu?--
    can't he come? isn't he able to come? wouldn't he be able to come?
    gelebiliyoruz --
    we can/may come, we're able to come, we may be able to come
    gelemiyoruz --
    we can't come, we're not able to come, we wouldn't be able to come
    gelebiliyor muyuz? --
    can we come? are we able to come?
    gelemiyor muyuz? --
    can't we come? aren't we able to come? wouldn't we be able to come?
    gelebiliyorsunuz --
    you can/may come, you're able to come, you may be able to come
    gelemiyorsunuz --
    you can't come, you're not able to come, you wouldn't be able to come
    gelebiliyor musunuz? --
    can you come? are you able to come?
    gelemiyor musunuz? --
    can't you come? aren't you able to come? wouldn't you be able to come?
    gelebiliyorlar -
    they can/may come, they're able to come, they may be able to come
    gelemiyorlar --
    they can't come, they're not able to come, they wouldn't be able to come
    gelebiliyorlar mı?--
    can they come? are
    they able to come?
    gelemiyorlar mı?--
    can't they come, aren't they able to come? wouldn't they be able to come?
    Related Examples:

    Her gün dört saat yazabiliyorum.
    I can write four hours a day.
    -----
    Her gün saat sekizde gelebiliyor.
    He can come everyday at eight o'clock.
    -----
    Oradan telefon edebiliyoruz.
    We are able to call from there.
    -----
    Yalniz iki saat calışabiliyorsunuz.
    You may only work two hours.
    -----
    Saat dokuzda derse başlayabiliyorlar.
    They are able to start class at 9 o'clock.

    Her gün saat sekizde gelemiyor. He can't come at eight o'clock every day.
    -----
    Buradan telefon edemiyoruz.
    We aren't able to call from here.
    -----
    Iyi bir şey bulamıyorum
    I can't (seem to) find anything good.
    -----
    Hiç guzel oynayamıyorlar
    They can't (manage to) play well at all.
    Buradan telefon edebiliyor muyum?
    Am I able to phone from here?
    -----
    O iyi oynayabiliyor mu?
    Is he able (showing ability) to play well?
    -----
    Size her gün gelebiliyorlar mı?
    Are they able to visit you daily?
    Dersini iyi çalısamıyor mu?
    Can't he study his homework well?
    -----
    Iyi tarif edemiyor muyuz?
    Aren't we managing (able) to explain well?
    -----
    Kitaplarınızı burada bırakamıyor musunuz?
    Aren't you permitted (able) to leave your books here?
    -----
    Iyi türkce konuşamiyor muyum?
    Am I not able to speak Turkish well?
    -----
    Yarın buraya gelemiyorlar mı?
    Aren't they able to come here tomorrow?

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