I still don't get this. What's the difference between the ğ at the end and the y from the last lesson (3) ?? Aren't they both accusative ?
So, the work for chicken is "tavuk." When you add the accusative case for nouns that end in consonants -I, there will be a consonant mutation. This means that k-->ğ. You will see the y only on words that end in a vowel.
If I was to say "Biz tavuk yeriz" would that mean "We eat chicken" or is that wrong?
You are correct :) It means "We eat chicken"
Tavuğu sounds like tavoo, should it be pronounced tavoo-oo
Yed thats soft G n some kinda not pronounced. Like word " tereyağı" which pronounced like tereyaaa
Why "I drink wine" is marked as mistake and "I drink the wine" as a correct version? It is absolutely impossible to drink "the wine" The same for chicken, yougurt, etc.
What tense is the wine ?
"Biz tavuğu yeriz."
Translation: We eat the chicken.
What would you recommend with roast chicken? The wine has not been ordered yet?