Oh come on guys! I missed out one little 'i' at the end of kaplumbagalari and you crossed both my first words out! Give a girl a break! It's a tough language and I was feeling really proud to get that turtle word almost right for a change. I can't wait to get to Istanbul and say to someone, '' My turtle eats cheese. '' ...LOL! No worries really, I'm loving this course. It's incredibly challenging for my old brain...like a great puzzle.
Not only is there a difference between I and ı, but there is a difference with and without the accusative suffix.
This language can be incredibly challenging in how one little, detail of a change can make the difference. But it's worth it in the end so you don't sound like a caveman. Keep it up!
I don't know why no one answered this but I'll do it now. If a sentence has a plural subject, there are two situations;
1- Subject is people
2- Subject is plural object, plural animal, plural plant or something abstract
If subject is people, you can both use "yer" and "yerler".
If subject is plural object, plural animal, plural plant or something abstract, you can't use "yerler". You can only use "yer". Shortly, if subject is not human, you can't use "yerler".