A Study of Turkish Incomplete Sentences
|pages/dimensions: ||125 Seiten - 24 × 17 cm|
|publishing date: ||1. Auflage 12.2003|
|prices: ||39,50 Eur[D] / 40,70 Eur[A] / 68,50 CHF|
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This book analyses incomplete sentences in languages that utilise distinctively agglutinative components in their morphology. In the grammars of the languages dealt with in this book, there are certain types of sentences which are variously referred to as elliptical sentences (Turkish eksiltili cümleler), incomplete sentences (Uzbek toliqsiz gaplar), cutoff sentences (Turkish kesik cümleler), etc., for which the grammarians provide elaborated semantic and syntactic analyses. The current work attempts to present an alternative approach for the analysis of such sentences. The distribution of morphemes in incomplete sentences is examined closely, based on which a system of analysis that can handle a variety of incomplete sentences in an integrated manner is proposed from a morphological point of view. The linguistic data are taken from Turkish, Uzbek, Japanese, and (Bukharan) Tajik.