Why not "yengeci yer" (with special c)? It's 'The' crab...
Read the last paragraph of this post :) https://www.duolingo.com/comment/7738396
Subjects never take the accusative case.
Thank you, I get it.
"Yertle the turtle, Yengec the crab". It's a weak mnemonic, but it's a start.
Could this mean: That/He/She/It eats crabs?
I've seen some sentences come up on Duo where you have to assume there is a subject there, but it's dropped out of the sentence because it's implied i.e. [O] yengeç yer.
It can't mean "that" but it can mean all of the others, and these are already accepted :) (to get the meaning of "that," you would have to state "O")
Oh right! I forgot. Thanks :)
I got this as the very last sentence of the course. It was unexpected!
What is the meaning of " ol"