"There are women in the bathroom."
Translation:Banyoda kadınlar var.
Banyoda kadınlar var. = There are women in the bathroom. In the bathroom, there are (some) women.
Kadınlar banyoda var. = The women are in the bathroom.
The sentences mean different things. One starts to talk about banyoda (in the bathroom) and then says what there is in that bathroom; the other starts to talk about kadınlar ([the] women) and then says where those women are.
What is the difference between i and ı in turkish
İ i is a front vowel (your tongue is near the front of your mouth)
I ı is a back vowel (your tongue near the back of your mouth)
They are both unrounded vowels.
Another comparison is between I ı and U u, which are both back vowels, but where I ı is unrounded (your lips are spread), U u is rounded (your lips are rounded when you say it)