So if you can drop pronouns in Turkish, you would also be correct saying "Su içerim"?
Yes , that would be 100% correct. You can tell who drinks the water from the ending of the verb.
So are there any situations where you have to use the pronoun? Emphasis, maybe?
yes, emphasis would be the first reason , but I can't recall any case where you have to use it or not use it, in the worst case it would be still correct but sound awkward .
How to say water in turkish
This is my first time learning turkish
I stared learning turkish today only
Turkish is hard for me
you can say "su içerim", it is more natural.
Because of my tiny bit of Dutch, every time I see "ben" I think "Oh! That means I am!"
So it goes like (subject) (Object) and then (verb)?
Why "su" in the middle and not at the end? Help needed. :)
Turkish is a Subject-Object-Verb language. Verbs always come at the end :)
whats different ic , icer , icersin and icerim ?
ic : drink
icer : drinks (for he/she/it)
icersin : drink (for you)
icerim drink (for I)
What is the diffetence between "ben su içerim" and "ben suyu içerim"?
ben su içerim= "I drink water"
ben suyu içerim= "I drink the water"
Atakan, but in Turkish there is no article then how second sentence holds correct?
Well , in second sentence, with that suffix, water is a direct object, so you need to add "the" in the english translation.
It is explained here with more examples : http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/defarts.htm
What is the difference between yersin and yer where as both means eat
Ben elma yerim
Ben su içerim : I drink water
Su içerim : I drink water
They're the same. We generally use the "su içerim".
Ekmek su geçirmez