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Title: Şimdiki Buharalı Gençlerin Tacikçesinin Sözdizimsel ve Şekilbilgisel Özellikleri: Niteleyici Tümceciği, Edilgen Çatı, ve Süreklilik Görünüşü
Paper URL: http://turkoloji.cu.edu.tr/DILBILIM/shinji_ido_buhara.pdf
Author: Shinji Ido
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Homepage: http://ido.ifdef.jp/
Institution: Nagoya University
Linguistic Field: Language Documentation; Typology
Subject Language: Tajik
Uzbek, Southern
Abstract: This paper discusses three features of the Tajik language used by young Bukharans in their twenties who have had no formal education in standard Tajik. The non-standard features of Bukharan Tajik discussed in this paper are the 1) prevalence of pre-nominal modifier phrases with -agi, 2) absence of the -a šudan passive construction, and 3) morphology of the continuous aspect marking. The discussion includes both synchronic and diachronic analyses of the features.
Type: Individual Paper
Status: Completed
Publication Info: İlmî Araştırmalar. Vol. 13: 51-65.
URL: http://turkoloji.cu.edu.tr/DILBILIM/shinji_ido_buhara.pdf


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