This verbal adjective is created by adding -miş to the verb root. The adjective describes something that happened in the past.
çəkilmiş ət - ground meat (meat that has been ground)
danışmış sözlər - spoken words (words that have been spoken)
yazılmıs kitablar - written books (books that have been written)
dünən telefonda danışmış (danışan) qadın - the woman who was talking on the phone yesterday
This verbal ajective describes nouns that will be doing something in the future. It is created by adding -əcək to the verb root.
sabah danışacaq adamlar - the people who are going to speak tomorrow
gələn həftə təmizləyəcək qadın - the woman who is going to clean next week
bu axşam bişirəcəyim yemeyi - the meal that I am going to cook this evening
In practice, simpler ways to say these things are used:
sabah danışan adamlar - the people speaking tomorrow
o adamlar ki sabah danışacaqlar - the people who are going to speak tomorrow
When -məz is added to the verb root, it created an adjective that means "not able to be ...".
inanilmaq - to be believed
inanilmaz - unbelievable
It can also mean never:
ölmək - to die
ölməz - immortal
Adding -ən to the verb root creates an adjective to describe a person or thing.The noun that follows the verbal adjective is doing the action.
yatan körpə - sleeping baby
qaçan kişi - running man
televizora baxan qadın - the woman who is watching television
Dünən televizora baxan qadın getdi. - The woman who was watching television yesterday left.
Adding - dik to the verb root creates the same sort of adjective, but this time the noun that follows the verbal adjective is receiving the action.
onun satdığı kitab - the books that he is selling
bizim gördüyümüz iş - the work that we are doing
tikdiyin kofta - the blouse that you are sewing