i understand that this means they are (together) buying both of the houses or "alıyor" would be turned to "alıyorlar"
but why the houses are given possession, I'm confused. it's not "they are buying both of your houses" nor is it "they are buying both of their houses" on my own i would have said "onlar evleri ikiside alıyor" can i get a grammatical rule reference to better understand this please?
Aliyor is a singular verb. I translated 'he is buying both their houses' and thisxwas marked wrong.
But there is a word on the sentence called "Onlar(They are)" you should write "they are buying both of the houses"
Yes of course! I was thinking 'onlar evleri' as a genitive construction. An obvious mistake on my part! Thank you