Is it right to say "Ye ekmek" too? Or is "Ekmek ye" more appropriate (because Turkish uses SOV word order - verbs go last/after the object)
It can be said in certain contexts, but the much more common syntax would be Ekmek ye.
"Ekmek ye" is a command which is used in informal occasions and it addresses only one person. How do you make it plural and formal??
Because "ekmek yer" is in a simple present tense. But "ekmek ye" is in imprative sentence
why not ekmegi ye?
It is possible
"✓EAT BREAD.➜EKMEK YE.
✓EAT THE BREAD.➜ EKMEĞİ YE."
We can say "ekmek ye" or "ekmeği ye". Same meaning both of two
Translation: Ekmek ye!
I am so happy to learn turkey language
What is meaning of (o)?
"He", "she" or "it".
Turkish is a gender neutral language, so "o" can mean either.
I think so it should be ye Ekmek instead of Ekmek ye