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LINGUIST List 19.319

Mon Jan 28 2008

Qs: Native Speakers of Turkic Languages Needed

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        1.    Cem Keskin, Native Speakers of Turkic Languages Needed


Message 1: Native Speakers of Turkic Languages Needed
Date: 28-Jan-2008
From: Cem Keskin <cem.keskinletlet.uu.nl>
Subject: Native Speakers of Turkic Languages Needed
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I am looking for native speakers of Turkic languages for a small survey that I am planning to conduct. Please contact me if you are a native speaker of a Turkic language (especially Azerbaijani, Turkmen, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Uzbek, Uyghur, Sakha, Chuvash or Khalaj) or know anyone who is.

I am mostly interested in the kinds of nominalizations these languages have, the syntactic distribution of these nominalizations and case assignment in these nominalizations. I will ask the participants to fill in a short questionnaire on these points of interest.

Cem Keskin
Utrecht Institute of Linguistics

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
                            Typology

Subject Language(s): Azerbaijani, South (azb)
                            Azerbaijani, North (azj)
                            Chuvash (chv)
                            Kazakh (kaz)
                            Kirghiz (kir)
                            Khalaj, Turkic (klj)
                            Turkmen (tuk)
                            Uyghur (uig)
                            Yakut (sah)
                            Uzbek, Northern (uzn)
                            Uzbek, Southern (uzs)



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