"You eat the meat."
Translation:Sen eti yersin.
The function is the same i.e. referring to the spesific object/subject. However, i and ı are differ in their sound. i sounds like the "i" in "bit". ı sounds like the "e" in "bed"
In article, the changes are depending on the last vowel of the word: a, ı takes ı e, i takes i o, u takes u ö, ü takes ü
Example: The last vowel of portakal is "a" therefore it became portakalı.
Havuç becomes havuçu. Şeker becomes şekeri. Süt becomes sütü.
If the word ends with a vowel then we add the letter "y" in front of ı, i, u and ü, depending on the last vowel of the word.
Example: Su becomes suyu. Sentence: Ben elma suyu içiyorum.
Hope this will help.
You eat meat are not accepted.
In acticle, the word eti refers to the spesific meat.
Sen et yersin = You eat meat. (It could be any meat, unspecified meat)
But with the additional "i", eti means you eat the meat. (Probably showing to the one on the table or even the one your mother cook for you).
Sen eti yersin = You eat the meat.
Since this is the beginners level, the app developer makes the sentences easier to understand the use of the grammar.