Why is it okurlar why not okur? We have already used -lar plural with subjects. Shouldn't it be erkekler ve kadınlar okur?
Because erkeklar is plural. Anything that have "they" will have -lar in the end ;-)
Why is it okurlar? Im getting confused. In some of the sentences given awhile ago the verb was not in a plural form, only the subject. How come this time the verb is in a plural form?
no, its plural;
man (singular) ==> mEn (plural) woman (singular) ==> womEn (plural)
I think you might have mistaken men and women with man and woman. English is very inconsistent and has a lot of exceptions. The plural of man and women is not mans and womans, but men and women.