Jon Barwise and John Perry were instrumental in formalizing the commonsense noions that language is an integral part of our everyday experience and consist of situated activities such as talking, reading, writing, and listening. Primary functtion of these activities is to convey information. Depending on the time and place of its utterance, and its speaker, a staement can convey different information and hence can have different meanings. Various versions of the theory of meaning and reference set within Barwise and Perry’s situation semantics have been applied to a number of linguistic issues (mainly) in English. In this paper, a semantic account based on situation semantics is proposed to establish a framework for understanding sebtences in Turkish. The full version of this paper has been submitted to a journal for publication.