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    gereği,

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    tarihi itibarıyla

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    kararlaştırılmıştır.


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    alanlar dışında

    yayın kabul 

    etmeyecektir.

     


    DUYURU 1

    Çok yazarlı

    makalelerdeki

    tüm yazarların 

    dergiye 

    üye olması

    gerekmektedir.

    Aksi takdirde

    yazılar

    yayınlanmayacaktır.

     


Abstract


SEMI-AUXILIARY VERBS IN TURKISH
In Turkish, verbs are words that are used to declare a work, a being, a situation and a situation, in short, to meet the names of movements. In general, as well as meeting the names of movements, certain verbs are used as auxiliary verbs in noun clauses, or compound verb constructions. In Turkis noun phrases and united photographs, (A) bil-, - (I) ver-, - (A) yaz-, - (A) kal- , and so on in compound verb constructions of verb + adverb-verb + verbs; Noun + auxiliary verb is a compound verb in the formation of a verb, ol-,et-, eyle-, kıl-, acts seem to be used. It is not clear that the lexical meanings of the verb, the ol-,et-, eyle-, kıl -, and the verb that are used in the formation of the compound verbs in the form of name + auxiliary verb are in fact the actual verb. In the case of a unified deed, they are also called (auxiliary) auxiliary acts because they act as production forces. In addition to the main auxiliary acts, some of the pronouns with clear meanings appear to have been used in Turkish in conjunction with compound constructions in the name + verb establishment. Although not generally accepted, some of these Turkish dialects have been included in these studies and they have been called semi-auxiliary verbs in order to indicate that they are different from the original auxiliary verbs. In this study, some actual verbs (semi-auxiliary verbs) that act as auxiliary verbs in compound verb forms in the form of name + auxiliary verb have been emphasized.

Keywords
Turkish, compound verb, auxiliary verb, semi-auxiliary verbs


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