Article published in:Connectivity in Grammar and Discourse
Edited by Jochen Rehbein, Christiane Hohenstein and Lukas Pietsch
[Hamburg Studies on Multilingualism 5] 2007
► pp. 199–227
Connectivity by means of finite elements in monolingual and bilingual Turkish discourse
The topic of this article concerns the acquisition of the connective role of finite elements in Turkish by monolingual Turkish children and Turkish children growing up as bilinguals in Germany. First, the structural and typological properties of the Turkish finite verbal forms and their connective role are briefly presented. After having discussed the research up to now on the topic of acquisition of the Turkish finite forms, I will formulate the assumptions of the paper, and present the data of our mono- and bilingual groups of children, which will be analysed and compared with regard to the connective role of finite forms.
Published online: 05 June 2007
Cited by 7 other publications
Arslan, Seçkin & Roelien Bastiaanse
Backus, Ad, J. Normann Jørgensen & Carol Pfaff
Bohnacker, Ute & Birsel Karakoç
Kaya-Soykan, Didem, Elena Antonova-Unlu & Cigdem Sagin-Simsek
This list is based on CrossRef data as of 30 march 2021. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.