“Sleep”, “Sleeps”, “Sleeping”, “Slept” (verbs) in Turkish

In Turkish, “Sleep” (the verb) is written as:

Uyumak

In Turkish, “Sleeps” (the verb) is written as:

Uyur

(Editor’s note: In Turkish, a suffix may be added onto the root word, Uyur, to indicate the subject: Uyurum (I), Uyursun (You, informal), Uyursunuz (You, formal), Uyur (He, She, It), Uyuruz (We), Uyurlar (They).)

In Turkish, “Sleeping” (the verb) is written as:

Uyuyor

(Editor’s note: In Turkish, a suffix may be added onto the root word, Uyuyor, to indicate the subject: Uyuyorum (I), Uyuyorsun (You, informal), Uyuyorsunuz (You, formal), Uyuyor (He, She, It), Uyuyoruz (We), Uyuyorlar (They).)

In Turkish, “Slept” (the verb) is written as:

Uyudu

(Editor’s note: In Turkish, a suffix may be added onto the root word, Uyudu, to indicate the subject: Uyudum (I), Uyudun (You, informal), Uyudunuz (You, formal), Uyudu (He, She, It), Uyuduk (We), Uyudular (They).)

Listen to these four words pronounced (audio)


 

Examples in sentences or statements

 
He’s sleeping.

O uyuyor.

 
She’s sleeping.

O uyuyor.

 
I’m going to go to sleep.

Ben uyuyacağım.

 
The kids are sleeping.

Çocuklar uyuyor.

 
I slept eight hours last night.

Dün gece sekiz saat uyudum.
 

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Sleep”, “Sleeps”, “Sleeping”, “Slept” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic
 

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