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Turkish Language Verb Tenses

Gelmek -- Present Simple Compound
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    Indicative Mood Present, Simple Compound Conditional Tense (Timeless)*
    (Türkce -- Bileşik Eylem Zamanları, Geniş zamanın şartı)
    Present, Simple Compound Conditional -- Negative Present, Simple Compound Conditional -- Interrogative Present, Simple Compound Conditional -- Negative Interrogative
    gelirsem --
    if I come, if I should/would come
    gelmezsem --
    if I don't (won't, wouldn't) come, unless I come
    gelirsem mi? --
    what if I come? would come?
    gelmezsem mi? --
    what if I don't (won't, wouldn't) come?
    gelirsen --
    if you come, if you should/would come
    gelmezsen --
    if you don't (won't, wouldn't) come, unless you come
    gelirsen mi? --
    what if you come? would come?
    gelmezsen mi? --
    what if you don't (won't, wouldn't) come?
    gelirse --
    if he comes, if he should/would come
    gelmezse --
    if he doesn't (won't, wouldn't) come, unless he comes
    gelirse mi? --
    what if he comes? would come?
    gelmezse mi? --
    what if he doesn't (won't, wouldn't) come?
    gelirsek --
    if we come, if we should/would come
    gelmezsek --
    if we don't (won't, wouldn't) come, unless we come
    gelirsek mi? --
    what if we come? would come?
    gelmezsek mi? --
    what if we don't (won't, wouldn't) come?
    gelirseniz --
    if you come, if you should/would come
    gelmezseniz --
    if you don't (won't, wouldn't) come, unless you come
    gelirseniz mi? --
    what if you come? would come?
    gelmezseniz mi? --
    what if you don't (won't, wouldn't) come?
    gelirlerse
    (gelirseler) -- if they come, if they should/would come
    gelmezlerse
    (gelmezseler) --
    if they don't (won't, wouldn't) come, unless they come
    gelirseler mi?
    (gelirlerse mi?) --
    what if they come? would come?
    gelmezlerse mi?
    (gelmezseler mi?) --
    what if they don't (won't, wouldn't) come?
    Related Examples:

    Perihan Hanım de gelirse, memnun oluruz.
    If (Ms.) Perihan comes too, we'll be pleased.
    -----
    Gelirsek, mektubu getiriz.
    If we come, we'll bring the letter.
    -----
    Size yazarsa, bana haber veriniz.
    If he writes to you, let me know.

    Verdiğiniz sözde durmazsanız, çok ayıp olur.
    If you don't keep (stand by) your word, it's a shame.
    -----
    Anlamazsa onu tekrar okuyacak.
    If he doesn't understand it, he'll read it again.
    -----
    Şimdi gitmezse gecikecek.
    Unless she goes now, she will be late.
    -----
    Gengiz Bey vaktınde gelmezse, sadece beş dakika bekleriz.
    If (Mr.) Gengiz doesn't come on time, we'll only wait 5 minutes.
    Note: This verb construction is hardly ever used, but may be seen infrequently in the following type of conversation between two people...

    Person #1: Vazoyu kırdığım görürlerse, ne diyeceğim.
    What will I say if they see that I broke the vase.
    Person #2: Görürlerse mi? Hiç bir şey. Sadece bir kaza.
    What if they see? [Don't worry. You'll have to say] Nothing. It was an accident.

    Note: This verb construction is hardly ever used, but may be seen infrequently in the following type of conversation between two people...

    Person #1: Bu akşam parti düzenliyoruz. Eğer Luigi ve Safronella gelmezlerse, ne yapacağız?
    We are having a party tonight. If Luigi and Safronella don't come, what will we do?
    Person #2: Gelmezlerse mi? Partiyi iptal ederiz!
    What if they don't come? [Well, I suppose] We'll cancel the party!

    * Compare this verb tense to Optative Mood Simple Tense...

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