BAYRAKTAR, Fatma Sibel
December 2013
Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries;2013, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p69
Academic Journal
"i-ken", verbal adver b and "-ken" suffix is adverb form of "i-" co mplementary verb . The suffix do n't inc lude co nvergence in written language since it preserves its qualitative characteristics froms its primary structure in lingual memory. Also, word stres s is on previous syllable of "i- ken / -ken" However, harmony in language becomes difficult in terms of dialects and are encountered in various usage styles. For example, Bulgarian Turkish dialects includes this suffix as -ken, -kene, -ka, -kan, -kana, -kansi, -ke n -kedin, etc. This study examines verbal adverb "-ken" in terms of both morphological differentiations and semantic changes. This study also profoundly examines the aformentioned verbal adverb with its usages as idiom, conjunction, reduplicaiton; its usage with other verbal adverbs and its usages indicating time and space and its usages with synchronic, diachronic and process indicating functions.


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