Plural sulfixes

PLURAL SULFIXES and VOWEL HARMONY
(-ler) and (-lar) are plural sulfixes. We use either (-ler) or (-lar). 
 So, When We must use (-lar) ?
       When We must use (-ler) ?
There are eight vowels in Turkish which are divided into two groups as follows:
The A-Undotted Vowels - A I O U 
The E-Dotted Vowels - E İ Ö Ü
 
Plural of the A-Undotted Vowel Group
If the last vowel is (a,ı, o, u), We must use (-lar)

Examples:

arabalar (Because, the last vowel is "a" for "araba".)
kapılar (Because, the last vowel is "ı" for "kapı".)
paltolar (Because, the last vowel is "o" for "palto".)
boncuklar (Because, the last vowel is "u" for "boncuk".)
Plural of the E-Dotted Vowel Group

If the last vowel is (e, i, ö, ü) We must use (-ler).
Examples:
evler : (Because, the last vowel is "e" for "evler".)
gemiler : (Because, the last vowel is "i" for "gemi")
gözler : (Because, the last vowel is "ö" for "göz".)
ödüller : (Because, the last vowel is "ü" for "ödül".)

There are a few exceptions.
Examples:
saatler
kalpler
harfler




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