What would the sentence be if you combined the accusative with the plural? For example would: "The ducks eat the strawberries" be: "Ördekler çilekleri yer" or something else?
Also, what would this be: "The Ducks eat my strawberries"?
And whatever the answers are, is that rule the same for other cases in Turkish?
You are correct :) In fact, the who "unmarked plural" thing that is true or general direct objects is not true for specific ones.
So, "Ördekler çilek yer" -- The ducks eat a strawberry/strawberries
Ördekler çileği yer -- The ducks eat the strawberry
Ördekler çilekleri yer -- They ducks eat the strawberries
and finally, "Ördekler çileklerimi yer" -- The ducks eat my strawberries (notice, it has the plural marker, possessive suffix, and the accusative case!)
Oh. I've just realized I got it wrong for the third sentence, the word çileklerimi. I thought the accusative suffix is put before the possessive suffix.
Because of that, it makes me wondering. In the lesson, there's a sentence like this:
There is no accusative case, so it's a general direct object, right? But why there's the plural suffix? Isn't plural only distinguished in specific direct object? Please explain it, sir. I'm confused.