Bulut, Ali
January 2005
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2005, Vol. 9 Issue 22, p225
Academic Journal
The purpose of this article is to compare verbal nouns in Arabic language to exclamations in Turkish. First, definition, classification and properties of verbal nouns in Arabic language were given, and then definition, classification and properties of exclamations in Turkish language were discussed. In the conclusion section, similar characteristics of verbal nouns and exclamations were given in a table.


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