I know I'm going to hate asking this, but why the accusative with 'thing'?
"everything" has a certain degree of specificity too it. Like, it can be general. :)
what's the difference between her sey and her seyi
is it "everything" and "the everything"?
as an object, "everything" is always definite, I cannot think of an example where "her şey" is the object
Isn't it possible to use hepsi instead of her şeyi?
That would be like "all of them" :)
"hepsi" entails that you are talking about a specific group of things.
i wrote herkesi so i went back to slavery times :DD
So "everything" is always deemed specific? Sometimes the logic behind these rules is hard for me to get.