Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Ne"

The meaning of "Ne" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does легкомысленным ne anlama geliyor mean?
A: reckless/umursamaz
Q: What does Leave it as is for now ne mean?
A: leave it as it is for now.
Q: What does bugün ne yemek yapıcaksın? mean?
A: What are you going to cook today?
Q: What does ne için mean?
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Example sentences using "Ne"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ne zaman geliyorsun.
A: What time are you coming?
Q: Please show me example sentences with ne.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with çok sıkıldım ne yapalım.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with keep on ne demek.
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Translations of "Ne"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ne fait pas
A: En anglais c’est «dont do it »
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? ne yapıyorsun
A: Belə deyilir"what do you do? "
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ne me quitte pas
A: Don't leave me
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ne istiyorsunuz?
ne istiyorsunuz?
A: What do you want?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Disgusting ne demek
A: Igrenc,tiksindirici vb.

Other questions about "Ne"

Q: I love leaning English, because I believe it helps ne widen my connections. It's a lot of fun when I make a lot of new friends and I talk with them. At first, I was learning it without particular reasons, but now I'm studying it so that I can communicate better with my friends. Does this sound natural?
A: Your text is VERY clear, but it feels a little bit disconnected, or maybe too chopped up into shorter sentences. So I tried to rephase it (a whole bunch!), but in a way that makes it flow a little bit better. See if you like my version :)

"I love learning English, because I believe it helps me widen my connections. When you speak English, you can make a lot of new friends and talk to them freely, without worrying about language barriers. When I first started studying English it was for no particular reason, but now my desire to communicate with my friends is what motivates me to keep working hard on it."
Q: ne person was graduate college and get married.

One person was graduate high school and became unemployed and finding a job

somehow and living somehow.

Does this sound natural?
A: You just need to fix some grammar.

The person graduated collage, and got married
The person was to graduate collage, and get married

One person was to graduate highschool, became unemployed, and looking for a job.
The person graduated highschool, is unemployed, but finding jobs. And living somehow.


Just try harder at your grammar!
Q: I hope you don't stand ne up again.

She has such a big mouth.

I've had some famliy business.

She's got a long face. Does this sound natural?
A: I hope you don't stand me up again.

She has such a big mouth.

I've got some family business

She's got a long face.
Q: "It didn't feel well"(ça ne ce passait pas bien) or is that one better"it didn't happen well"? Does this sound natural?
A: Si je comprends ce que tu veux dire, ça donnerait "It didn't go well."

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