This article examines the distribution of non-finite and finite strategies within each of the major categories of subordinate clause (nominal, adjectival/relative and adverbial) in Turkish. Noting the association of the various non-finite strategies with less formal registers, it seeks psycholinguistic, pragmatic and rhetorical explanations for the popularity of these alternative structures alongside a fully developed system of non-finite subordination.
2019. The acquisition and use of relative clauses in Turkish-learning children's conversational interactions: a cross-linguistic approach. Journal of Child Language 46:6 ► pp. 1142 ff.
Özsoy, Onur, Kateryna Iefremenko & Christoph Schroeder
2022. Shifting and Expanding Clause Combining Strategies in Heritage Turkish Varieties. Languages 7:3 ► pp. 242 ff.
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