"Like all other Turkic languages, Turkish has flexibility in word order, so any order is possible. For example, in addition to the SOV order above, this sentence could also be constructed as OSV (Elmayı Yusuf yedi.), OVS (Elmayı yedi Yusuf.), VSO (Yedi Yusuf elmayı.), VOS (Yedi elmayı Yusuf.), or SVO (Yusuf yedi elmayı.), but these other orders carry a connotation of emphasis of importance on either the subject, object, or the verb. The SOV order is the "default" one that does not connote particular emphasis on any part of the sentence." is this correct explanation to my question? taken from wikipedia
KgyQ, i found that website about words order topic: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_grammar#Word_order. You will see how the words order can vary according to the word you want to pot the focus on. Enjoy it!
You're absolutely correct. :-)
Biz is not needed and Turkish people will not include it unless they particularly want to emphasise the "We" in the sentence.
I like to include it because it gives me more time to think while I work out the rest of the sentence but my Turkish teacher insists we don't use it.
Duo will (should!) still mark your answers as correct if you don't include it.
MoeinSaqer, did you read the TIPS before starting the acusative lessons? When you have a question you also can go on Duolingo Turkish Grammar Portal (not complete yet): concerning accusative case: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/7738396. But my favorite video in English is there: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTCX3d-L46Y. Very clear. And so many others. Hope you can see it!
I forgot to give you some examples: when "book" is a direct DEFINITE object with the transitive verb "okurmak": "i read THE book": "kitabı okurum", "i read the books"="kitapları okurum", "i read this book"="bu kitabı okurum", "i read these books"="bu kitapları okurum". When "book" is a direct INDEFINITE object, it remains at singular: "i read a book"= "kitap okurum", "i read books"= "kitap okurum".
Quoth, you miss something in your explanation. You rigth, the stem of the verb "okumak" is "oku". For this verb, continuous suffix is "u"+"yor" ="uyor", following the four way vowel harmony > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FFQQAB2ds4, a video very clear. When a verb's stem is ending by a vowel, here "u" in "oku", we remove the last vowel "u". Then, you add the present continuous suffix "uyor". Have a look there: https://www.turkishexplained.com/presten.htm, http://turkishbasics.com/verbs/present-continuous-tense.php, or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nZ4qqcvyLA, my favorite. All are more or les complete, but helpfull.