"The food was very good."

Translation:Yemekler çok iyiydi.

3 years ago

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Is there a specific difference in meaning between "yemek" and "yemekler"? More than one dish being served?

3 years ago

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You got it. :)

3 years ago

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Why couldn't "yemeği" be used here?

2 years ago

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Maybe for the same reason that "food" and "meal" are not synonymous in English. In this case the meaning might be very similar as "was very good" implies that the food has been eaten, so a "meal" has taken place.

2 years ago

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Can we say "Yemekler çok iyi oldu"?

2 years ago
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