Article published in:Diachronic and Typological Perspectives on Verbs
Edited by Folke Josephson and Ingmar Söhrman
[Studies in Language Companion Series 134] 2013
► pp. 159–172
On non-canonical modal clause junction in Turkic
The following remarks concern Turkic clause junction types that are considered to be non-canonical, i.e. not conforming to typically Altaic patterns. Their origin and development are commonly ascribed to Indo-European influence. It seems, however, that their basic structure is not alien to Turkic. Preexisting patterns may have been reinforced and expanded by foreign impact. For materials, see Adamović (1985); Brendemoen (2002); Bulut (2000); Demir (2002, 2007); Friedman (1985, 2006); Kakuk (1960, 1972); Kappler (2008); Kıral (2001, 2005); Matras (2006); Menz (1999); Pokrovskaja (1964); Scharlipp (1999).
Published online: 10 July 2013
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Bağriaçik, Metin & Aslı Göksel
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