"I eat the sandwiches."
Translation:Ben sandviçleri yerim.
you see, if you have a verb in a sentence the object is either accusative or non accusative for accusative case it gives (the)meaning either singular(gazeteyi-->the newspaper)or plural(gazeteleri-->the newspapers) non accusative case gives (general non "the")meaning either singular or plural have the same form(gazete-->newspaper or newspapers ) review the (food)lesson tips
You can find this in the Plural Suffix Tips:
Forming the plural in Turkish is simple compared to the Accusative case. It is formed using the suffix -lAr. Now you might be thinking, “what is that capital A doing there?” to which we respond with 2-way vowel harmony.
This is the other form of vowel harmony found in Turkey suffixes. Basically if the final vowel is front (i, e, ü, ö) use -ler. If it is back (a, ı, o, u), use the suffix -lar. This rule along with the rule for 4-way vowel harmony will be used in several suffixes across Turkish grammar, so try to get used to it now.