Can any one explain please? Isn't it mean those children?
That would be "O çocuklar." When serving as an adjective, "that/those" is always "o."
What about "Those are children"? Why is it wrong?
This is a very good question
What I have learned in this app is that "onlar" is "they".
But it is also "those", isn't it?
Șunlar is "those", Onlar is "they"
Why would you think that
I don't agree with you
Those are children.
Onlar is they.
What about onların?
Çocuklar means childern or childerns
Çocuk - a child(one people)
Çocuklar - children(two and more people). You don't need add "s" for "children", because it's plural from " child".
Why "those are children" is incorrect?
Because between those and these difference is there