I need to translate a sentence with an indefinite plural object, as in "I eat apples" to predicate logic notation.
If I write it as EAT(i, a), how will the plurality of the argument be accounted for (if it needs to be accounted for)? On the other hand, I do not know if I should use the universal quantifier or the existential quantifier, because this plural form seems to express generality rather than a quantity such as "all" or "more than one".
I would greatly appreciate any suggestions on how to express the sentence above in predicate logic notation.
Thank you in advance!