Complement clauses in Caucasian Urum

Lorenz J (2019)
STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS 72(2): 255-273.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
This study examines the different patterns used to code complement clauses in Caucasian Urum, an endangered variety of Anatolian Turkish spoken in Georgia that exhibits considerable influence from Russian. Urum shows some substantial deviations from Turkish in its morphosyntax of complementation. The data indicate that primarily left-branching and synthetic Turkic patterns are replaced in favor of right-branching and analytic constructions. Furthermore, different classes of complement-taking predicates and their selectional restrictions on complement choice are analyzed and compared to the patterns in Turkish and Russian. The findings reveal that the Urum complementation system resembles the Russian pattern.
Stichworte
Caucasian Urum; Turkish; Russian; complement clause; complement-taking; predicates; language change; language contact
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS
Band
72
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
255-273
ISSN
1867-8319
eISSN
2196-7148
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2936134

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Lorenz J. Complement clauses in Caucasian Urum. STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS. 2019;72(2):255-273.
Lorenz, J. (2019). Complement clauses in Caucasian Urum. STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS, 72(2), 255-273. doi:10.1515/stuf-2019-0010
Lorenz, J. (2019). Complement clauses in Caucasian Urum. STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS 72, 255-273.
Lorenz, J., 2019. Complement clauses in Caucasian Urum. STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS, 72(2), p 255-273.
J. Lorenz, “Complement clauses in Caucasian Urum”, STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS, vol. 72, 2019, pp. 255-273.
Lorenz, J.: Complement clauses in Caucasian Urum. STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS. 72, 255-273 (2019).
Lorenz, Johanna. “Complement clauses in Caucasian Urum”. STUF-LANGUAGE TYPOLOGY AND UNIVERSALS 72.2 (2019): 255-273.