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Turkish Language Verb Tenses

Gelmek -- Present Dubitative Simple
Turkish Verb Tense

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    Indicative Mood

    Present Dubitative Simple, Compound Reportative Tense (hearsay)**

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    Present Dubitative Simple, Compound Reportative - Negative Present Dubitative Simple, Compound Reportative -- Interrogative Present Dubitative Simple, Compound Reportative -- Negative Interrogative
    gelirmişim --
    it is said that* I come/came, would come (used to come)
    gelmezmişim --
    it is said that I don't/didn't, wouldn't come (didn't use to come)
    gelirmiş miyim?--
    do/did, would I supposedly come (did I use to supposedly come)?
    gelmezmiş miyim? --
    don't/didn't, wouldn't I supposedly come? didn't I use to supposedly come?
    gelirmişsin --
    it is said that you come/came, would come (used to come)
    gelmezmişsin --
    it is said that you don't/didn't, wouldn't come (didn't use to come)
    gelirmiş misin? --
    do/did, would you supposedly come (did you use to supposedly come)?
    gelmezmiş misin? --
    don't/didn't, wouldn't you supposedly come? did you use to supposedly come?
    gelirmiş --
    it is said that he comes/came, would come (used to come)
    gelmezmiş --
    it is said that he doesn't/didn't, wouldn't come (didn't use to come)
    gelirmiş mi?--
    does/did, would he supposedly come (did he use to supposedly come)?
    gelmezmiş mi? --
    doesn't/didn't, wouldn't he supposedly come? didn't he use to supposedly come?
    gelirmişiz --
    it is said that we come/came, would come (used to come)
    gelmezmişiz --
    it is said that we don't/didn't, wouldn't come (didn't use to come)
    gelirmiş miyiz? --

    do/did, would we supposedly come (did we use to supposedly come)?

    gelmezmiş miyiz? --
    don't/didn't, wouldn't we supposedly come? didn't we use to supposedly come?
    gelirmişsiniz --
    it is said that you come/came, would come (used to come)
    gelmezmişsiniz --
    it is said that you don't/didn't, wouldn't come (didn't use to come)
    gelirmiş misiniz? --
    do/did, would you supposedly come (did you use to supposedly come)?
    gelmezmiş misiniz? --
    don't/didn't, wouldn't you supposedly come? didn't you use to supposedly come?
    gelirlermiş (gelirmişler) --
    it is said that they come/came, will/would come (used to come)
    gelmezlermiş (gelmezmişler) --
    it is said that they don't/didn't, wouldn't come (didn't use to come)
    gelirlermiş mi? (gelirmişler mi?) --

    do/did, would they supposedly come (did they use to supposedly come)?

    gelmezlermiş mi? (gelmezmişler mi?) --
    don't/didn't, wouldn't they supposedly come? didn't they use to supposedly come?
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    Her Persembe sinema'ya giderlermiş.
    Apparently, they used to go to the cinema every Thursday.
    -----
    Aliye para gönderirlermiş.
    They reportedly send money to Ali.
    -----
    Eskiden Aliye para gönderirlermiş.
    They reportedly sent money to Ali [but they don't, anymore].
    -----
    O zaman Aliye para gönderirlermiş.
    At that time, they used to send Ali money.
    -----
    Her zaman oradan benzin alırlarmış.
    They reportedly always buy gas from there.

    Hiç gülmezmiş.
    Apparently, He doesn't laugh at all.
    -----
    Eskiden hiç gülmezmiş.
    He reportedly didn't use to laugh at all.
    -----
    O zaman Charlie'ye yardım etmezmiş.
    At the time, he supposedly didn't help Charlie.
    -----
    Kahvaltıda çay içmezlermiş.
    They reportedly don't drink tea at breakfast.
    -----
    Eskiden kahvaltıda çay içmezlermiş.
    They reportedly didn't use to drink tea at breakfast.
    -----
    Eskiden lokantaya gitmezmiş.
    I hear that he wouldn't go to restaurants formerly.
    Note: This verb construction is hardly ever used Note: This verb construction is hardly ever used
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