as konu anlatimi /as kullanımı/as konu anlatımı/as konusu / as ne demek /as soon as/as much as/ as if/ miş gibi/kadar/as long as/possible/because/since/like
As : preposition (edat) olarak kullanma
We use as with a noun to refer to the role or purpose of a person or thing
I worked as a waiter when I was a student.
Öğrenci iken garson olarak çalıştım.
As : Conjunction (bağlaç) olarak kullanma
I went to bed at 9 pm as I had a plane to catch at 6 am.
6 da olan uçağı yakalamak için yatağa 9 da gittim.
As : The same as (benzer) olarak kullanma
We use as with the same to talk about identical things:
Your jacket is the same colour as mine.
Senin ceketinin rengi benimkinin aynısı.
As : Simultaneous (eş zamanlı) olarak kullanma
We use as to introduce two events happening at the same time. After as with this meaning, we usually use a simple (rather than continuous) form of the verb:
As you get older, moving house gets harder.
Yaşlanınca eve gitmen zorlaşır.
* When gibi düşünülebilir.
As : as … as (kadar) olarak kullanma
We use as + adjective/adverb + as to make comparisons when the things we are comparing are equal in some way:
kadar, eşit anlamında :
The weather this summer is as bad as last year. It hasn’t stopped raining for weeks.
Bu yaz havası geçen yıl ki kadar kötü. Bir hafta boyunca yağmur durmadı.
As : as … as Possible (münkün olduğu kadar) olarak kullanma
We often use expressions of possibility or ability after as … as:
münkün olan en iyi şekilde :
Can you come as soon as possible?
Münkün olduğu kadar kısa zamanda gelebilir misin?
As : as much/many as (miktarı kadar) olarak kullanma
When we want to make comparisons referring to quantity, we use as much as with uncountable nouns and as many as with plural nouns:
Greg makes as much money as Mick but not as much as Neil.
Greg Mick kadar para biriktirdi fakat Neil kadar değil.
As : as if / as though (miş gibi) olarak kullanma
As if and as though are conjunctions.
We use as if and as though to make comparisons. They have a similar meaning. We use as if and as though to talk about an imaginary situation or a situation that may not be true but that is likely or possible. As if is more common than although:
It looks as though you’ve not met before.
Daha önce hiç görmemiş gibi bakıyor.
As : as long as (-medikçe) olarak kullanma
We use as long as to refer to the intended duration of a plan or idea, most commonly referring to the future. We always use the present simple to refer to the future after as long as:
if gibi kullanma:
I’ll remember that film as long as I live.
Yaşadıkça bu filmi hatırlayacağım.
As : as well as (birlikte) olarak kullanma
As well is an adverb which means ‘also’, ‘too’ or ‘in addition’. We usually use as well at the end of a clause:
When they go to Austria, they like walking as well as skiing.
Onlar Avusturya’ya gittiklerinde yürümenin yanında kayak yapmayı da severler.
- As soosn as konu anlatımı
- as well as konu anlatımı
- Relative Clause Örnek Cümleler
- Look Forward To Kalıbı
- Do you mind if…..? ( Sakıncası var mı?)
- Let’s Ve Shall We Öneri Cümleleri
- Why Don’t You