Where should I put 'bile' in 'Bir kedim yok' if I want to say 'I don't even have a cat'?
I think it would be Bir kedim yok bile. You put bile right after something to make it sound surprising. In your example you put even before the verb have so then you should put bile after the verb yok in Turkish.
You can't place "bile" elsewhere. So, for your sentence, I'd say: İyi de benim kedim yok ki. ;p
But more context would help.
Thanks for your reply! The context could be:
There's a cat in your kitchen, eating up your pizza. - But I don't even have a cat!
To me "I don't have even a cat" sounds like "I don't have anything; don't even mention a cat!" When you asked, I wasn't even sure what the differences are haha sorry - but I try my best to make up something. Cheers!
I listened to the song. Great one! Thanks for your explanation and recommendation! :)
@ erikpiece: Your sample context made me laugh out loud (actually). Thanks for your creativity :-)