Turkish does not have a verb for “have", in contrast to western languages.
The verb “sahip olmak” means “to have” or “to be the owner of" (akin to the word saab in English / Indian). However, this verb is of foreign origin, and is not the common way to say “I have”.
To express “I have", the construction “there is my” is used instead.
Note: The stress can fall on the last syllables of: paran/param/ekmeğiniz if that is the particular focus of the sentence.
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