I wrote " old man drinks hot milk " without "an" .. why considered wrong ?
"man" is a countable noun and requires an article in the singular. :)
Come on! I wrote 'The old man drinks warm milk' and it should've been hot milk... :-P
Aha, thanks! My bad. ;-) In my native language (Norwegian) hot and warm are synonyms. So hot=sıcak and warm=ılık. Is sıcak used for something that is warmer than ılık? :-)
If I want to say I drink hot milk and water Can I say "sıcak süt ve su içerim " Or " ben sıcak süt ve su içerim" Can anyone tell me?
Sorry. My mistake. I wrote water instead of milk. "An old man" was eccepted.
Is it possible for that to mean "the old man is hot, he drinks milk". I know it's an odd sentence
I'm not sure but I think yaşli means old like in "old man" whereas eski means old like in "old car"
yaşlı is used to describe people eski to describe things for example: yasli adam bir eski bisiklet var an old man has an old bicycle