Suggested actions and desires are expressed with the subjunctive verb. The suffixes -(y)eyim, -(y)elim and other forms are used to form a subjunctive verb. The Turkish subjunctive means 'let someone do something' in English.
The suffix -(y)eyim or -(y)ayım is used for the singular form of the first person according to the last vowel of the verb and it means 'let me do'.
If the verb root ends in a vowel the letter 'y' is added after the verb root.
|gelmek (to come)||-eyim||geleyim (let me come)|
|almak (to buy)||-ayım||alayım (let me buy)|
The suffix -(y)elim or -(y)alım is used for the plural form of the first person according to the last vowel of the verb and it means 'let us do'.
|sürmek (to drive)||-elim||sürelim|
|yapmak (to make)||-alım||yapalım|
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