In English you say "You eat soup and drink a beer." We don't say "drink" with soup unless you are using a glass or cup to actually drink it, instead of eating it from a bowl. "A beer" means one glass or one bottle of beer. If you say "you drink beer" that means you generally drink beer.
I answered " You eat soup and a beer " and it was marked correct. As long as I know the correct verb to use in these sentences is the one that is suitable for the closest item or object in the sentence in which right now it is " beer " in Turkish and " soup " in English.
I hope I was clear
My answer in English of "You eat soup and drink a beer" was marked wrong. I fully understand that you "drink" soup in Turkish but this was meant to be an English translation, in which case converting the verb to eat (for the soup) would be considered more correct. Although you can drink soup in English, it's less commonly used and would specify a drinking vessel. I think the correct options in this case need widening.