When does "food" mean "yemek" and when "yemekler"???
Because it always marks my choice wrong (
Why in this case "Bu yemeklerin tadı yok" is wrong???
Often the plural is left out of Turkish words especially nouns. Maybe you can think of it like English group nouns. No need to pluralize food.
it can be "bu yemek tat yok"?
'In' is coming from the genitive case? Like 'The taste of this food doesn't exist'? Thank you.
Yemeğin tadı=food's taste
Yemek tadısı=taste's food? I cant explain.because this is wrong
Is the"yiyecek" same the" yemek" why yiyecek is wrong
Yemek means deal.yiyecek means nutrient.
"Bu yemek tadisi yok"
Why not correct?
Is there a difference between Tad and Tat and can we use one instead of the other can anybody explain thanks
TAT: means taste,from TATMAK, the last (T) is changed into (D) when it is followed by a vowel, as being in accusative - TADı