Easy way to remember this word:
"I spilled MILK on my SÜT!"
I'm lactose intolerant so I'll just associate it with a word I cannot say ;)
Does sut is pronounced "syut"? (sorry cant make special characters in my phone)
It's pronounced like German ü or French u in tu, though I think some dialects may simplify it to ew, making it "seewt" (rhymes with cute). The IPA rendering for standard pronunciation is [syt].
I am a bit confused on how it's one word but yet in English gets split into two?
Because for the subject, there's no distinguishing between definite/indefinite in Turkish. Therefore it could be either milk or the milk. For the direct object, there is an ending to identify the definite.