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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:Japanese
Record Number:53630
Doc. No:TL23584
Call number:‭3321235‬
Main Entry:Aydin Ozbek
Title & Author:Some aspects of Turkish support verbsAydin Ozbek
College:Okayama Daigaku (Japan)
Date:2008
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2008
Page No:252
Abstract:Almost every natural language contains support verb constructions that are language-specific. Their common function is to re-verbalize or verbalize nominals. As a result of nominalization, the original verb is deprived from its syntactic features, however it often retains many of its thematic roles. Agents, patients, tense and other syntactic positions of the nominalized verb can reappear with the help of a support verb. In Turkish the term support verb is only used for well-known et-, yap-, ol-, kil- and eyle -verbs which are also called light verbs. In Turkish linguistics, most of the support verb constructions are considered to be genuine object+verb collocations or idiomatic collocations. I assume the traditional view of predicate verb of complex predicates as support verbs, and of complex predicates which have a nominal in the head position and a verb lacks its semantic content as single verbs in the lexicon. Thus, a nominal (N) and a verbal predicate (V) in the structure [Subject [N+V]] will be represented as a single verb in the speaker's mind. I present some methods to find whether a verb is in the support verb position or in its original genuine verb position. I assume that many Turkish complex predicates with a semantically empty verb exhibit support verbal features.
Subject:Language, literature and linguistics; Turkish; Light verbs; Turkish linguistics; Morpho-syntax; Support verbs; Covert causee; Morphosyntax; Linguistics; 0290:Linguistics
Added Entry:M. Wada
Added Entry:Okayama Daigaku (Japan)