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The Turkic language Kazakh has a remarkably large set of eighteen auxiliary verbs, which express various tense-aspect-modality (TAM) values in combination with a lexical verb. This thesis presents the first multivariate analysis of auxiliary verb constructions (AVCs) to precisely define the function and distribution of every auxiliary in Modern Spo...
This paper proposes an account for the four auxiliaries in Kazakh that express the imperfective aspect. The main factors – the auxiliary, the main verb, their inflections and the aspectual specifications reveal a complicated system, which can be captured with an appropriate monotonic, multiple inheritance type hierarchy using online-type constructi...
This project aims to use Canonical Typology as the chief method to create a typology for parts of the verbal domain and with a special focus on auxiliary verbs, light verbs, serial verbs etc. Once a typology is settled Kazakh and other Kypchak languages will be used as major data sources to see to what extend can the theoretical space be populated with Turkic instances.