Is this imperative?
Edit: It can be found in the introductory text:
Forming the imperative in Turkish is extremely simple. All you have to do is use the root form of the verb. How can you find the root form? If you look in a dictionary, all verbs will end in either -mak or -mek.
"yemek" is the corresponding infinitive to "ye".
Duolingo is good for creat basing on the language but if you want to improve your learning language, you need alternative source for learning. Duolingo is not enough, just basic information, not beyond. Althought i learning a lot of language's base thanks to Duolingo!
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If we're using the iPad app OR the Google Chrome website accessed via an iPad (i.e. The "mobile" version of the website) how do we see those introductory texts? All I can find on the NON-desktop version is just the exercises, without the always-super-helpful precursor explanations/tutorial guides.
You can't. The tips and notes are only available on the Duolingo website, not (or at least not yet) in any mobile application.
You may even have difficulty finding them if you visit the website from a smartphone; I've heard that the website acts like the app on a small screen, including not showing tips and notes when entering a lesson.
So while the mobile apps can be useful for practising, I think that learning is best on a PC/Mac (desktop or laptop) or at least a tablet, using the website, so that you have access to the grammar explanations.
Nice to know that yemek means food as well .:) ..It reminds me of Khaana in Hindi ,it also means food and the verb to eat ...I'm trying to learn Hindi by myself ,and Turkish using duolingo ..Hopefully i'll come across similar words so I can learn easily with some fun too . :)