Sounds kind of like "yummy" :P
How does indefinite accusative work? Does 'Bir balik yer' mean 'he/she/it eats a fish'or 'a fish eats' and how can you tell?
It would mean "He eats one fish." since 'bir' is redundant for indefinite objects. "Balık yer." means "He eats fish (can be be fish singular or fish plural)."
When do we say Yemek & when Yemeği ??
You say yemeği when it's in the accusative form.
Yemek is a food.But if we can speak about these or that food ,then we use yemeği.
Isn't yemek the verb for to eat?
No, to eat is 'ye'.
Can I just simply say, yemeği yersin without the sen?
That would be perfect.
I made a mistake and typed a k instead of a ğ and the program did not catch my error
The sound of yeme and yemeği is indistinguishable for my ears. Is there a clue in this sentence that will help me?
Vowels of yeme are short, second /e/ of yemeği long ending on a /y/ sound, eg yemēy.
The fast version sounds like yemeği while the slower version sounds like yeme. Should I be correct in assuming that the faster versions in Duolingo will always be the correct answer? And the slower pronunciation wrong when these differ?
Why don't we say yemekyi ?
If the word ends in a consonant you don't have to add the 'y'.
And if it ends in 'k' it becomes 'ğ'.
The same happens for:
't' which becomes 'd'
'p' - 'b'
'ç' - 'c'
You can find more about this on the tips and notes section of Accusative.
te me about yersin and yarsiniz
I am fasted and just only hear Food chicken fruit ))))
how can i know if it's bread or food?!! it's the same word (yemek)