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Türkçe kelime anlamı I olan Noun kelimesinin kullanıldığı toplam 47 adet cümle bulundu. Noun ile ilgili cümleleri ve bu örnek cümlelerin türkçe anlamlarını altında bulabilirsiniz.

Noun kelimesiyle ilgili örnek Cümleler

In English there are eight main parts of speech: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, preposition, conjunction and finally interjection.
İngilizcede dilin sekiz ana bölümü vardır:isim,fiil,sıfat,zarf,zamir,edat,bağlaç ve son olarak ünlem.

When writing for a German newspaper, every few sentences you should replace some grammatical case with a dative, or a noun with its English translation, to make your article linguistically more interesting.
Bir Alman gazetesi için yazarken bazı gramer halini datif haliyle değiştirmen gereken her birkaç cümle ya da İngilizce çevirisi ile değiştirmen gereken bir isim dilsel olarak makaleni daha ilginç yapacaktır.

"Apple" is a countable noun, so it makes grammatical sense to have five apples.

"Happiness" is not a countable noun. It would make no sense to have 18 happinesses.

'-osity' is an abstract noun word ending created from the ending of an '-ous' adjective.

A noun can be singular or plural.

Accordingly, besides noun declension patterns, there also existed a greater variety of verb conjugation patterns than in Modern English.

Don't forget that the adjective must agree with its noun.

Every noun in Portuguese is either masculine or feminine.

German has a gender system, every noun has a gender: male, female, or neutral.

I know the sentence must start with a noun.

Noun Kelimesi İle İlgili Diğer Cümleleri Göster

Diğer adet ingilizce örnek cümlerleri görmek için üstte bulunan linke tıklayınız.

In dictionaries, "m.n." is abbreviation for masculine noun.

In Esperanto, the final vowel of a noun or of the definite article can be left out and replaced by an apostrophe.

In French, adjectives agree in gender and number with the noun they qualify.

In this case, the adjective goes before the noun.

It's OK to think of 'five minutes' as a noun phrase, right?

Perhaps the only adjective in the English language that can follow the noun it modifies is "unknown".

Sometimes a verb is derived from a noun and sometimes it is the other way around.

The final vowel of a noun or of the definite article can be left out and replaced by an apostrophe.

The Latin noun "hortus" belongs to the o-declension.

The suffix "da" is added to the noun "araba" to give the meaning of "in the car."

The trouble with "trouble" is that it's sometimes a verb, sometimes a noun, sometimes countable, sometimes not. Oh, well. Trouble troubles me little, and little troubles trouble me not at all.

This particle turns a noun into a verb.

This type of noun phrase is called a "concealed question".

This word is both a noun and a verb.

With the first election of a woman into the seat of Chancellorship, the word "Bundeskanzlerin," as a feminine noun for the title, was voted Word of the Year in 2005 by the Academy of German Language.

In Esperanto, nouns end in "o". The plural is formed by adding a "j".
Esperantoda, "o" ile biten isimler. Çoğul bir "j " ekleyerek oluşturulur.

Of the remaining words on the list, five are nouns.
Listede kalan kelimelerin beşi isim.

Alex seemed to learn nouns such as "paper," "key" and "cork," and color names such as "red," "green" and "yellow."

All nouns in German are capitalized.

Esperanto nouns always end in o.

German is the only world language that capitalizes all nouns.

I wish I could find something to read about collective nouns in Norwegian, or perhaps Danish.

In English, we should use the pronouns "a" or "an" before singular nouns like "house", "dog", "radio", "computer", etc. etc.

In Esperanto, nouns end with "o". Plurals are formed with the addition of "j".

In Esperanto, nouns, adjectives, adverbs and verbs show their function within the sentence through their endings.

In German you use the ending "-in" for female forms of nouns.

In German, "Mädchen" actually takes a neutral article, like most nouns that end in "-chen".

In German, nouns are always capitalised.

Lenin learned German from books--in prison--"breaking the back of the language at the outset" by memorizing all the nouns. He was incensed when no-one in Germany could understand him.

Note that German nouns are always written with a capital letter.

Nouns in Latin have five declensions.

Pull out all the nouns from the text.

Russian adjectives agree in gender, number, and case with the nouns or pronouns to which they refer.

Suffixes, 1: "-ion" creates nouns that show the meaning of 'action, state, process, results,' and so on.

Things that modify nouns (adjective, or adjectival equivalent).

Write two expressions that are followed by either count or non-count nouns in conversation.