“Swim” (verb) in Turkish

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

I: Yüzeceğim

You: Yüzeceksin

You, formal: Yüzeceksiniz

You, plural: Yüzeceksiniz

He / She / It: Yüzecek

We: Yüzeceğiz

They: Yüzecekler

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Examples in sentences or statements

(Editor’s note: In one or more of the following statements, the word “Swam” is replaced with an applicable word or words to keep the statement colloquial but to maintain the meaning of the word “Swam” (“Swim” in the past participle).)
I’m going to swim in the afternoon.”

Öğleden sonra yüzeceğim.

“I’m not going to swim today.”

Bugün yüzmeyeceğim.

“Are you going to swim today?”

Bugün yüzecek misin?

“Are you two going to swim today?”

Bugün yüzecek misiniz?

“He’s going to swim tomorrow.”

O yarın yüzecek.

“She’s going to swim while at the beach.”

Plajdayken yüzecek.

“We are going to swim in the pool this afternoon.”

Bu öğleden sonra havuzda yüzeceğiz.

“My dog will swim once he sees the pond.”

Köpeğim göleti görünce yüzecek.

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Swim” (verb) in Lebanese Arabic

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