"Şarkıcılar ekmek yer." Translation: Singers eat bread.
The noun is plural therefore the verb remains singular. Please can somebody confirm this?
Ye - eat.
Yer - eats.
The indefinite, direct object (ekmek) always goes immediately before the verb.
Specific to this question, the verb remains singular. I think I've answered my own question?
Please can somebody confirm this as a correct grammar rule & not just for this question?
In Turkish, they are said the same way because nouns don't change when they're in the subject position. When you come across a random sentence (like on Duolingo) it's impossible to tell if they are general or specific. But in the real world, you will be able to tell from context. :-)