yemek = to eat yapar = eats
What's the suffix for the possessive pronouns? how does the vowel harmony works here.
I assume you're asking about conjugation. By the way, yapar isn't "he/she/it eats", it's "he/she/it does/makes", from yapmak. I think you meant yer.
yerim - I eat
yersin - you (sg) eat
yer - he/she/it eats
yeriz - we eat
yersiniz - you (pl) eat
yerler - they eat
And conjugations for yapmak...
yaparım - I make
yaparsın - you (sg) make
yapar - he/she/it makes
yaparız - we make
yaparsınız - you (pl) make
yaparlar - they make
And the suffixes for making pronouns possessive...
benim - my
senin - your
onun - his/her/its
bizim - our
onların - their
Actually I meant yapar as in eats.
Aile kahvaltı yapar. The family eats breakfast.
I know the conjugation suffix, also I know yapmak means to make.
but the above sentence confused me!
Can I say: Aile kahvaltı yer? which one is more accurate in local conversation.
Oh I see what you mean now. I do think "aile kahvaltı yapar" would be more common.
You posted this as a unique thread and not on the discussion of the sentence, so I don't know what sentence you're talking about. What was it?
This isn't from duolingo lessons, that's why I asked directly on a separate post.
"kahvaltı yemek" is weird, so no you cannot say "Aile kahvaltı yer".
"to have breakfast" (yes it is better to say "have" in English) is "kahvaltı yapmak". You cannot translate everything directly.