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Title METHODOLOGICAL VARIATIONS IN TEXTBOOKS OF TURKISH GRAMMAR AND SYNTAX USED IN TURKISH UNIVERSITIES
Author FIKRET TURAN
Volume Vol. 3 No. 1
Pages pp. 27~42 (all 16 pages)
Publication Date June, 2018
Keyword Turkish grammar, Turkish syntax, syntactic methodologies, Turkish grammar and syntax books, textbooks of the Turkish language in higher education in Turkey.
Abstract Textbooks of Turkish grammar and syntax that are commonly used in Turkish universities demonstrate certain differences of approach, interpretation and terminology of syntax. In this article, I analyze the syntactic approaches that are implemented in the grammar works of Muharrem Ergin, Tahsin Banguoğlu and Tahir Nejat Gencan, and in the syntax works of Leyla Karahan, Mustafa Özkan & Veysi Sevinçli and H. İbrahim Delice as the most commonly used textbooks, and determine resemblances and variations of syntactic approaches between them. It is concluded that, among others, the most prominent differences between these works concern the constructions of the non-finite subordination, the ki-subordination and compound sentences.
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