What is the diffrent berween " i " and " ı " in Turkish?
They are two different vowels, like ö and o or ü and u.
i ö ü (the "dotted" vowels) are front vowels; ı o u (the "undotted" vowels) are back vowels. e is also front and a is also back.
Replacing i with ı or the other way around would be like mixing up any two vowels, like writing "bad" instead of "bed" in English, for example -- the two are separate vowels.
Did you try holding down the i until other possibilities show up and then you can slide your finger over the ı . You can go to your language settings and choose another language for your keyboard. Usually if you don't have it, you can download it. You can easily switch back to English. The language for the keyboard won't affect the language you are reading from. It will just allow you to type characters from other languages.
Doesn't "geliyorum" mean "I am coming." Since "çıkıyorum" means "I am emerging", I suppose you could try reporting it, because " "coming" and "going" depends on view point. If you are talking to someone, you could mean you are coming out to them. Though, generally in English, from our own viewpoint, we say "we are coming from somewhere or to someone or to my own place and going to somewhere." and "out" is the place we are going to. Of course, we are often coming home to someone or going home from somewhere. Be careful though, because "coming out" without specifying to whom is an expression in English which means that you are revealing something about yourself that you had been hiding for a long time (often said of someone who is announcing about being gay) So, it depends on context, but people will understand if you are physically coming out while you are saying it.
I agree that for introductory courses simplicity is key. That said, the phrase "I am coming out" or "I came out" is specifically tied to gay culture in America unless a place other than a closet is specified. So, "I am coming out of the kitchen," would never be mistaken as a proclamation of sexuality, but "I am coming out" could make heads turn, and don't ever say "I am coming out of the closet" unless you're prepared for new date offers.