Totally confusing. It did not take my answer of "you eat", even though that's what "sen ye" means!
g.santxs, it would be "siz yeYin", We have to add the buffer "y" when the verb's stem is a wovel, to form the imperative mode, second person plural. The command suffix in Turkish for second person plural, follows the four way wovel harmony. "Ye!"> "YeYin!", "Oku!"> "OkuYun!, ....Have a look there, a video in English, very easy and clear, about imperative's mode in Turkish: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhXo-hhrP5w. And here, one video for the four way wovel harmony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhXo-hhrP5w. My favorite ones.