What's the difference between "ekmek yer" and "ekmek ye" ?
the first one is a sentence in present simple tense (He/she eats bread). The second one (which is the correct translation here) is a command (imperative)
What about yersin? What's the difference between yer and yersin?
Yersin means ''you eat''
Ekmek yer means h/she eats bread
But ekmek ye means you eat bread.
correction: Ekmek ye,...means...Eat bread (command)
Just contraction broh
i dont understand, EAT bread is you he she....?)
Someone from the comments said yer is eathing while ye is just eat ... Tbh i have no clue ... I dont speak the language
A question, what is the difference between "Ekmek ye ve su iç!" and "Ye ekmek ve iç su!" What is correct order in Turkish? Thanks
The first one you said is the correct word order. Verbs are in the final position in Turkish.
You must reverse the whole sentence in turkish i think
I think so too
I think they backward the words..
I notice they backward the sentence
What's the difference between "ekmek yersin ve su içersin" and "ekmek yiyin ve su için" in translating "eat bread and drink water"?
Is my first translation wrong?
the first one is a sentence in present simple tense (you eat bread and you drink water generally). The second one (which is the correct translation here) is a command (imperative)
Yiyin and için?
I guess it means: do eat and drink
What is yiyiniz
"Ekmek ye" means "eat bread" for singular "you" like a command but "ekmek yiyiniz" is for politely saying. There is also "ekmek yiyin" and that also means "eat bread" but for plural "you"
Is "ye" short for eat?
It's the command form; telling/instructing someone to do something.
What difference between ye ekmek and ekmek ye
Second one is more normal to say. Ye ekmek is weirder than other i think. Maybe it gets the job done anyway.
"Ekmek ye" is the correct one although "ye ekmek" is also used in some poetic speech like an inverted sentence.
It would be very helpful if they explained the verb subject and object order
Does the verb go after every other word? And when there's more than one verb you put it after the word? Ex: ekmek yer ve su ic(?) Sorry im new to this
She pronounces the word "iç" wrong, she pronounces "i" like ı in "kırmak".
It's getting tough ☹️
Whatl difference between "iç su or su iç"
Çok kolay bir dil lan bu
Whats the difference between Adam and Erkek
Wondering the same thing
It said eat but when it trasltied it had no ye
what is the difference between "ve" and "veya"?
ve _ AND / veya _ OR
And ı am a turkish guy if you want HELP you can ask me
I love doing Turkish
Eat is first in the sentence , then how ekmek is pronounced first which ia bread in translation
Yah ur right..
What's the difference between adam and erkek ???
Ekmek or ekmek , common
Who is speaking turkish
Im confused.. Why not saying
ye ekmek veya ich su?!..
Aslında böyle bir şey var: Bence "Eat this bread and drink this milk" olabilirdi... Burada verilmiş cümle telafuz açısından doğru değil. (Ee, ben dilimi bilmezmiyim;))
Merhaba ben türküm ve türk-çe biliyorum ama yinede ders alıyorum
It makes some things different at time of "the" has to be added
I want to lern
How to form a sentence from english to turkish according to turkish phrase??
How do you know the order to write the words?
Why 'Ye ekmek' ıs wrong and 'ekmek ye' ıs rıght
biji yiyerik şalgam içerik
I want to learn english
why ekmer ye why not ye ekmek?