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Gelmek -- Indicative Mood, Future in the Past tense...
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  • The Indicative Mood

    Indicative Mood Past Future Tense (Future in the Past)
    (Bileşik Eylem Zamanları, Gelecek zamanın hikâyesi)
    Past Future (Future in the Past) --Negative Past Future (Future in the Past) -- Interrogative Past Future (Future in the Past) -- Negative Interrogative
    gelecektim --
    I was going to come (about to come)
    gelmeyecektim (gelmiyecektim) --
    wasn't going to come
    gelecek miydim? --
    was I going to come?
    gelmeyecek (gelmiyecek) miydim? --
    wasn't I going to come?
    gelecektin -
    you were going to come (about to come)
    gelmeyecektin (gelmiyecektin) --
    you weren't going to come
    gelecek miydin? --
    were you going to come?
    gelmeyecek (gelmiyecek) miydin? --
    weren't you going to come?
    gelecekti --
    he was going to come (about to come)
    gelmeyecekti (gelmiyecekti) --
    he wasn't going to come
    gelecek miydi? --
    was he going to come?
    gelmeyecek (gelmiyecek) miydi? --
    wasn't he going to come?
    gelecektik --
    we were going to come (about to come)
    gelmeyecektik (gelmiyecektik) -
    we weren't going to come
    gelecek miydik? --
    were we going to come?
    gelmeyecek (gelmiyecek) miydik? --
    weren't we going to come?
    gelecektiniz --
    you were going to come (about to come)
    gelmeyecektiniz (gelmiyecektiniz) --
    you weren't going to come
    gelecek miydiniz? --
    were you going to come?
    gelmeyecek (gelmiyecek) miydiniz? --
    weren't you going to come?
    gelecektiler (geleceklerdi) --
    they were going to come (about to come)
    gelmeyeceklerdi (gelmiyeceklerdi) gelmeyecektiler (gelmiyecektiler) --
    they weren't going to come
    gelecekler miydi? (gelecek miydiler?) --
    were they going to come?
    gelmeyecekler (gelmiyecekler) miydi? gelmeyecek (gelmiyecek) miydiler? --
    weren't they going to come?
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    Ankara'ya gidecektim, işim vardı gidemedim.
    I was going to go to Ankara, but I had business
    so I couldn't go.
    -----
    Kemal Bey balık tutacaktı, tekne cok hızlı gittiği için tutamadı.
    (Mr.) Kemal was going to catch fish, but he couldn't (catch any) because the boat went too fast.
    -----
    Geçen cumartesi bir parti vereceklerdi.
    They were going to throw (give) a party Saturday.
    Rüzgar çıksaydı, kaptan hızlı gitmeyecekti.
    If the wind had picked up (risen), the captain wasn't going to go fast.
    -----
    Gürültü olmasaydı, Nevin Hanım uyanmayacaktı.
    If it hadn't become noisy, (Ms.) Nevin wasn't going to awake.
    -----
    Eğer biz yangını söndürmeseydik bu civarda hiç ağaç kalmayacaktı.
    There weren't going to be any trees around here if we didn't put out the fire.
    Dün akşam televizyona bakacak mıydın?
    Were you going to watch TV last evening?
    -----
    Zamanın olsaydı ona yardım edecek miydin?
    Were you going to help him if you had time?
    Dün akşam amcanızı ziyaret etmeyecek miydiniz?
    Weren't you going to visit your uncle last night?
    -----
    O sizinle beraber gelmeyecek miydi?
    Wasn't he going to come with you?

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