The topic of this article concerns the acquisition of the connective role of finite elements in Turkish by monolingual Turkish children and Turkish children growing up as bilinguals in Germany. First, the structural and typological properties of the Turkish finite verbal forms and their connective role are briefly presented. After having discussed the research up to now on the topic of acquisition of the Turkish finite forms, I will formulate the assumptions of the paper, and present the data of our mono- and bilingual groups of children, which will be analysed and compared with regard to the connective role of finite forms.
Tokaç-Scheffer, Suzan D., Seçkin Arslan & Lyndsey Nickels
2023. Insights into the time course of evidentiality processing in Turkish heritage speakers using a self-paced reading task. Frontiers in Communication 8
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