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Grammaticalization from a Typological Perspective$
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Heiko Narrog and Bernd Heine

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780198795841

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: December 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198795841.001.0001

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Grammaticalization in Turkic

Grammaticalization in Turkic

Chapter:
(p.146) 8 Grammaticalization in Turkic
Source:
Grammaticalization from a Typological Perspective
Author(s):

Lars Johanson

Éva Á. Csató

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198795841.003.0008

The chapter represents the whole Northern Eurasian area, where Turkic languages are spoken in close contact with the Transeurasian languages Mongolic and Tungusic. These three families share significant grammaticalization strategies and typological characteristics with each other as well as with Koreanic and Japonic. First, the distribution, classification, and some basic typological features of Turkic languages are briefly presented in comparison with other Transeurasian languages. The main focus lies on typically non-European grammaticalization processes that are representative of the whole family and recur throughout the known history of Turkic. A detailed account of different grammaticalization strategies of so-called postverbial constructions—a combination of a converb and an auxilary verb—complements the treatment of similar processes in other Transeurasian languages in the volume.

Keywords:   Turkic languages, Transeurasian languages, grammaticalization, typology, converb, postverbial construction, actionality, viewpoint aspect, ambiguity

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