Let's tell what we did! We will use table below and our verbs that we learned in Lesson 1. We will add "-di" end of the verb. It is same with "-ed" suffix in English. Let's conjuge it:

Ben gel-di-m 
I came
Sen gel-di-n
You came
O gel-di
He/She/It came
Biz gel-di-k
We came
Siz gel-di-niz
You came
Onlar gel-di-(ler) You may not use "ler". It makes word plural.
They came
  Subject Pronoun Object Pronoun Possessive Adjective (Determiner) Possessive Pronoun Reflexive or Intensive Pronoun
1st person singular Ben (I) Beni (me) Benim (my) Benimki (mine) Kendim (myself)
2nd person singular Sen (you) Seni (you) Senin (your) Seninki (yours) Kendin (yourself)
3rd person singular, male O (he) Onu (him) Onun (his) Onunki (his) Kendi (himself)
3rd person singular, female O (she) Onu (her) Onun (her)  Onunki (hers) Kendi (herself)
3rd person singular, neutral O (it) Onu (it) Onun (its)  Onunki Kendi (itself)
1st person plural Biz (we) Bizi (us) Bizim (our) Bizimki (ours) Kendimiz (ourselves)
2nd person plural Siz (you) Sizi (you) Sizin (your) Sizinki (yours) Kendiniz (yourselves)
3rd person plural Onlar (they) Onları (them) Onların (their) Onlarınki (theirs) Kendileri (themselves)
Ben sevdim
I loved
Sen sevdin
You loved
O sevdi
He/She/It loved
Biz sevdik
We loved
Siz sevdiniz
You loved
Onlar sevdi(ler)
They loved

Turkish people don't use pronouns in daily life. Because you can understand it by looking at additions. We use it only to point out that a person did it. Let's see other verbs without pronouns:

  • İste(mek): (to) ask
I asked
You asked
He/She/It asked
We asked
You asked
They asked
  • İn(mek): (to) go down
I went down
You went down
He/She/It went down
We went down
You went down
They went down

As you see these are all same. In the next lesson we will see how these additions change in other words. But they will not be exceptions. So don't worry, they're rules. In Turkish there are always rules, so you don't have to memorize any exceptions!

Lesson 3: Let’s Learn Completely Verbs in Past Simple