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Normally "durmak" means "to stand" but in this sense, it means " to look like, to seem".
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İngiliz gibi duruyorsun: is duruyorsun a conjugation of durmak? If so I don't understand in this sentence the meaning of durmak.
I think you are talking about this sentence "Bir şey değil, rica ederim." The thing is, sometimes we "swallow" the r sound at the end. This is because in Turkish generally a vowel and a consonant should always come after each other (There are a lot of words coming from other languages which don't follow the rule) so the way we pronounce is to add the last word to the first of the next word. This is our tendency as native speakers and we can't do it, we may omit/swallow a word when speaking. So "bir şey" becomes "bişey" in a spoken language.
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I think Daniel asked something like this ... but with a word like bir .. it sounds like ‘bish’ Should there be a slight ‘shhh’ pronounced at the end of the word or a hard ‘r’?
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That -ş part is the microphone picking up that last bit of air escaping after move your tongue to pronounce the -r. We are sorry for the inconvenience. It definitely ends with a hard -r.
Why do you pronunce the word - İyi geceler - like - İyi geceleş ? it defenitly sounds - ş !!!