"They have books."
Translation:Onların kitapları var.
• Onların kitapları var.
• Onların kitapları.
Just checking to see if I am right.... the first is "They have books" the latter is "Their books"....right?
"Onlar kitapları var " is it correct for the same, and if not , what is it means ?
It's the possessive suffix. Look at the Tips & Notes for the Possessive section.
For the 3rd person both singular and plural you just add a vowel at the end of the word according to 4-way vowel harmony (unless the word itself ends in a vowel, then you add a buffer -s-).
Since the last vowel in kitaplar is a, the the ending is ı.
I get very nervous when I see switchable verbs meaning: Book - Books. Newspaper - Newspapers. Lucky enough, the question is in English. I translated it correctly into Turkish.