It’s an agglutinative language, and it means that words are formed by adding suffixes to the stem to denote, for example, negation, mode, persons, or time. There is no verb “to have” in Turkish. Instead of “I have a car”, one says “there is my car”. It is an official language not only in Turkey, but also in Northern Cyprus, and a regional language in Kosovo and Northern Macedonia. Nowadays, it is written as part of the Latin alphabet.