Differential object marking in Standard Turkish and Caucasian Urum

Böhm S (2015)
Language Typology and Universals 68(4): 421-438.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Differential object marking (DOM) is a common feature of many languages, including Standard Turkish and Urum, a Turkish variety spoken by ethnic Greeks in Georgia. This article investigates the interaction between case marking and word order in both varieties of Turkish. While Standard Turkish shows a strong dependence of the case marking possibilities from word order, i.e. bare objects may only appear in immediately preverbal position of a clause, the analysis reveals that bare objects in Urum may occur in any position of a clause. This provides evidence that the verb in Urum can freely move within the VP.
Stichworte
DOM; Standard Turkish; Urum; specificity; word order
Erscheinungsjahr
2015
Zeitschriftentitel
Language Typology and Universals
Band
68
Ausgabe
4
Seite(n)
421-438
ISSN
1867-8319
eISSN
2196-7148
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2901678

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Böhm S. Differential object marking in Standard Turkish and Caucasian Urum. Language Typology and Universals. 2015;68(4):421-438.
Böhm, S. (2015). Differential object marking in Standard Turkish and Caucasian Urum. Language Typology and Universals, 68(4), 421-438. doi:DOI 10.1515/stuf-2015-0019
Böhm, S. (2015). Differential object marking in Standard Turkish and Caucasian Urum. Language Typology and Universals 68, 421-438.
Böhm, S., 2015. Differential object marking in Standard Turkish and Caucasian Urum. Language Typology and Universals, 68(4), p 421-438.
S. Böhm, “Differential object marking in Standard Turkish and Caucasian Urum”, Language Typology and Universals, vol. 68, 2015, pp. 421-438.
Böhm, S.: Differential object marking in Standard Turkish and Caucasian Urum. Language Typology and Universals. 68, 421-438 (2015).
Böhm, Stefanie. “Differential object marking in Standard Turkish and Caucasian Urum”. Language Typology and Universals 68.4 (2015): 421-438.

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