8.1 THE FUTURE
The future describes same as in English an action which did not happen yet but is going to happen.
Suffix determined by the Little Vowel Harmony:
bileceğim = I'm going to know
In each 1st person the "hard consonante" k is softened into ğ. The reason once again is the harmony in speaking: it is softer to say bileceğim instead of "bilecekim". The ğ prolongues the e as explained in lesson 1 referring to the alphabet (it therefore sounds more like "bilecea-im").
yapacağım = i’m going to make
In colloquial language/writing the 1st person can be shortened, for example: instead of yapacağım / yapacağız you write yapacam / yapacaz (often used in letters, sms messages, etc.).
8.2 NEGATION OF FUTURE
By inserting -me/-ma before the future suffix you negate the verb. Accordingly it is then -mayacak or -meyecek (insertion of y after a vowel):
bilmeyeceğim = I’m not going to know
yapmayacağım = I’m not going to make
ayırtmak = to reserve; izin = the vacation (or: the permission); gelecek zaman =the future; gezinti = the walk; gezmek = to walk, promenade; girmek = to walk in, to join; kullanmak = to use (e.g. a car = driving); seyahat = the journey; tatil = the holidays; yer = the location, place; yer ayırtma = the seat reservation; yolculuk = the travel, voyage
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