Please can anybody clarify this: if İ want to ask a group of friends that are travelling with me, three friends, which suitcases are yours? (For example if we are reclaiming our luggage at the airport) in Turkish do we use the plural of suitcase? How do we say "your suitcases" in Turkish? İ tried "bavularsınız" but google didn't return any results. Thanks in advance
The plural of bavul is bavullar with a double L. With just one L it looks like the plural of bavu, which is not a word as far as I know. ("Suitcay" is my English approximation ... final consonant sound missing)
Also, adding "-siniz" doesn't mean "your" but "you're" / "you are". Take out the "s" to make it possessive.
→ bavullarınız = your suitcases (or bavulların if the owner is one person and you're addressing them informally
Bavularsınız is Turkish nonsense and the closest I can get to that in English would be "You're suitcays."
Bavullararınız = Your suitcases (plural suitcases, plural owners or one owner being addressed formally)
Bavulların = Your suitcases (plural suitcases, singular owner being addressed informally)
Bavulunuz = Your suitcase (singular suitcase, plural owners or one owner being addressed formally)
Bavulun = Your suitcase (singular suitcases, singular owner being addressed informally)