The ablative is formed by adding the ‘-den’ suffix to the end of the noun. The sentence part that is the answer to the questions: "nereden? (from where?), kimden? (from whom?), neden? (from what?)'' combined with the main verb of the sentence should use the ablative case.
The ablative form is used to indicate the 'place from which-' or 'place through' which an action happened. The word in the ablative case be found as an answer to the questions ‘nereden?’ (from where?)
Answer on the question 'place from which'
Nereden geliyorum? Where am i coming from?
Answer on the question 'place through which'
The causal form can be found as an answer to the question 'neden?' (from what).
The partitive use describes a part of a whole.
The ablative case shows a comparison and the second member of the comparison gets the ablative '-den' suffix.
Change the suffix of the noun '-den' to '-dan' when the last vowel is one of the following ‘-a, -ı, -o, -u,’.
Elma (apple) + den (ablative suffix): elmadan (from apple) -> the last vowel is ‘-a’
When the nouns ending with the letters "p, ç, t, k, s, ş, h, f" take the ‘-den’ suffix, the letter ‘-d’ changes to ‘-t’ and becomes ‘-ten’ or ‘-tan’.
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