Whats the difference between yer and yerim?
O yer -> he eats. Ben yerim -> I eat.
I'm not sure but I think that's the difference
What is the difference between "Ben tavuk eti yerim" and "Ben tavuk yerim"?
"Et" means "meat". So "Ben tavuk eti yerim" is "I eat chicken's meat", and "Ben tavuk yerim" means "I eat chicken"
"Eti" means more so like "red meat"
Kırmızı et yerim - I eat red meat.
Your original answer is very good & I hope you are still learning Turkish? A ^
No. Chicken meat means "tavuk"
For the duolingo
Why didn't tavuk become tavuğu ?
why is it incorrect to use -yor in this sentence?
Because -Yor is for he/she/it, but not for "I"
I meant yiYORum, not yerim.
That is the continuous version. I am eatING.