If I was so inclined, could I say "alti tane elma ye!"
I am still figuring out when and when not to use "tane". I understand its to say how many pieces/units of a thing. But I'm not sure when to not use it?
You can both say ''Altı elma ye.'' and ''Altı tane elma ye.'' It's not a big deal.
I suppose that "iki elma yeterli" is meant to be the response to that? ;-)
Why not "Eat the six apples"?
That means you're talking about a certain group of apples. That would require the accusative case:
Altı elmayı ye.
Thanks so much!
İki veya üç tane elma yeterlidir...
Isn't it "Altı elmalar ye"? when apples is plural
when a number is used the noun it modifies does not receive the plural suffix. Therefore if you wanted to say ''Two horses''ö ''İki atlar'' would be wrong and instead it would be ''İki at''
I wrote it as "six, eat apples !"