Bir günlüğüne araba kiralamak 90 Dolar

Discussion in 'Türkçe (Turkish)' started by Arabus, Sep 25, 2013.

  1. Arabus Senior Member

    United States
    Arabic-Aleppo
    Merhaba,

    Bir günlüğüne araba kiralamak 90 Dolar.

    My question is about the -ü- in red. Does it refer to the araba?

    I would like to know the purpose of whole ending -üne after günlük.

    Teşekkür ederim,

    addendum: As far as I understand, günlük is an adjective of araba. Why don't we say "günlük bir araba(ya) kiralamak 90 Dolar"?

    I don't understand the structure of this sentence. Why was bir put in the beginning?
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2013
  2. Arabus Senior Member

    United States
    Arabic-Aleppo
    Perhaps "bir günlüğü" is a compound meaning "one day" (like in the sentence oğlum on aylık). So the suffix -ü- refers to bir.
     

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