“Good” (the emotion) in Turkish

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In Turkish, “Good” (the emotion) is written as:

İyi

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Examples in sentences or statements

 
I’m good.

İyiyim.

(Editor’s note: In Turkish, “I’m good” is literally translated to Ben iyiyim, however, the phrase that is most commonly used in this context to denote that the speaker is good is simply İyiyim.)
 
I’m good, thanks.

İyiyim, teşekkürler.
 
I’m good. And how are you?

İyiyim. Ya sen nasılsın?
 
That is a good idea!

Bu iyi bir fikir!
 
That sounds good to me!

Bana uyar.

 

In other Mediterranean languages or dialects

“Good” (the emotion) in Lebanese Arabic

“Good” (the emotion) in Tunisian Arabic

 

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