Does "şeker" mean only sugar or sweets as well?
The proper word for confectionery is "şekerleme" but you can use şeker for wrapped candies. "Tatlı" also means dessert.
Can someone explain why "Bir kadın şeker yer" is false?
Because Bir = A.
That would be: A woman eats sugar.
isn't that the same thing? I made the same mistake aswell
Because in turkish you use a different word order. You're welcome
Why not "kadın şeker yerler" ??
Because "yerler" isn't singular :)
Nornally you would say Kadın şeker yiyor, wouldnt you?
Yiyor is continuous tense as in "she is eating" but people use it for simple present as well.
What's the difference between yer and yerler
Yer: he/she eats..... it is singular.
Yerler: They eat.... it is plural
But generaly we dont say Onlar yerler, we say Onlar Yer.
Why don't we onlar yerler? It's confusing
Yemek(verb): To eat
Ye! : Eat !
Yerim , i eat.
Yersin, you eat.
Yeriz, we eat
Yersiniz, you eat (plural)
Yerler or Yer, they eat
O yer: he/she... eats
Onlar yer/Onlar yerler: They eat
"Şeker" should be translated as "sweets" or "candy" in this case.
Just saying, I don't think I an the only one eating sugar right out of the jar, right?
Why the answer isn't (kadın şekeri yer) şekeri isn't it an object???
is bayan and kadin are the same ?