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Turkish translation of “be”

be

auxiliary verb
 
 
strong /biː/ weak /bi, /
A2 used with the present participle of other verbs to describe actions that are or were still continuing
yardıncı fiil (am, is, are, was, were)
Where are you going? How long have you been sitting there? He was standing by the window. He's working at the moment.
A2 used with the present participle of other verbs, and sometimes after a modal verb, to describe actions that will happen in the future
modal fiiller ile ve diğer fiillerle üçüncü hallerini içeren yapıda kullanılır
I'm going to France next week. I'll be coming back on Tuesday.
A2 used with the past participle of other verbs to form the passive
fiillerin üçüncü halleriyle edilgen yapıda kullanılır
He was injured in a car crash. The results will be announced next week.
used in conditional sentences to say what might happen
ikinci tip şartlı cümlelerde kullanlır
If he were to offer me the job, I'd take it.
used to say that someone must or should do something
zorunluluk belirten hallerde kullanılır
You are not to see him again.Duty, obligation and responsibility
formal used to show that something has been organized
bir şeylerin düzenlenmiş olduğunu göstermede kullanılır
They are to stay with us when they arrive.
(Definition of be auxiliary verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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