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Kıran, A. E. ve Kıran, Z. (). Dilbilime giriş. Ankara: Seçkin Yayıncılık. Kilpatrick, F. P. (). Explorations in transactional psychology. Dilbilime Giri (1. b a s k ı). A n k a r a: S e ç k i n Y a y ı n c ı l ı k. 4 8 Ergün Hamzadayı Koç, G. ve D e m i r e l, M. (2 0 0 4). D a v r a n ı ş ç ı l ı k t a n Y a p ı. References. Çakmak M. A. (). II. Gıyaseddin Key Hüsrev Zamanında Türkiye Selçuklu Devleti. Selçuklu. Tarihi El Kitab.

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Turkish Syntax, Semantics Download Report. Published on Nov View 28 Download 5. Uzaktan retim tekniine uygun olarak hazrlanan bu kitabn btn haklar dilbiilime. Copyright by Anadolu UniversityAll rights reservedNo part of this book may be reproduced or stored in a retrieval system, or transmittedin any form or by any means mechanical, electronic, photocopy, magnetic, tape or otherwise, withoutpermission in writing from the University.

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Trkeninses ve biim yaps hakknda bilgi edindiniz. Bu dersimiz de ise, Trkenin szckdizini hakknda bilgi edinecek ve dilin farkl kullanmlarda, balamlarda ve sylem-de nasl farkllafltn greceksiniz. Dllbilime ders neden burada diye sorarsanz, size yineayn yant vereceiz. Bir yabanc dili renmenin, hele iyi bir yabanc dil renme-nin ve retmenin yolu ok iyi bir anadil bilgisi ve becerisinden geer.

Si-ze flyle aklamaya alflalm. Dili iyi kullanmak onu dahaetkin klar. Dili iyi kullanmak ise dil konusunda iyi bilgi sahibi olmay ve dil bilinci-ni gelifltirmeyi gerektirir. Xilbilime baflka deyiflle, anadili. Neredeyse doduumuz gn-den dilbiliime duyduumuz, farkna bile varmadan edinip, kullandmz anadilimizikonuflabilmek iin, ne olduunu, nasl ifllendiini bilmeye gerek bile duymayz.

Birflairin dedii gibi o bize ana st gibi helal verilmifl bir dldr. Ninnisiyle, masa-l ve kfr ile her an elimizin altndaki bu kymetli dln, armaann nedense hikymetini de bilmeyiz. Kt kullanmamzdan te, bir de hi merak etmeyiz.

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Nasl birdildir, ne zellii vardr diye. Yukarda szn ettiimiz trden yaklaflmlar ve nyarglar bizi yalnz kendi di-limiz konusunda deil genel anlamda dil olgusu konusunda da bilgisiz ve bilin-siz klyor. Bu durumda da bir yabanc dil renirken ikinci dilin yapsna, szckdaarcna sanki hi bir fley bilmezmifl gibi yaklaflyoruz. Trke’de kurulmayacakcmleleri ngilizce’de kurmaya kalkyoruz. Kendi dilimizi iyi gelifltiremediimiz iinde ikinci dilde anlatma zorluu ekiyoruz.

Szmzn en baflnda dediimiz gibi iyibir ikinci dil kullanmann yolu iyi bir anadil bilgisi ve bilincinden geer. Kitabmzda Trke Sz Dizinine ait drt nite var. Bu nitelerde dilimizin tm-ce yapsn inceleyeceksiniz.

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Anlambilim, Edimbilim ve Sylem zmlemesine aitdier blm ise size dilimizin farkl zelliklerini gsterecek. Dil kullanmmz an-lam, kullanm ve sylem boyutunda size tantmaya alflacak.

Her niteyi sizlerin ko-layca anlayabilecei, sk sk kendinizi kontrol edebileceiniz flekilde dzenledik. Ya-ntlar da kendinizi snadktan sonra kontrol edebilirsiniz. Sizleri bu kitab hazrlarken, yazdklarmzn anlafllabilirlii ve ieriin geerlilii-ni snamak iin rencilerimizden yardm istedik.

Onlar zellikle Morphology veSyntax blmlerini dikkatle okuyarak bize yol gsterdiler. Bu kitabn hazrlanmas srasnda karikatrlerden birisini kullanmamza izin verenkarikatr sanats sayn Erdil Yaflaroluna flkranlarmz sunuyoruz.

Umarz bu dersin sonunda kendi dilimizle ilgili biraz daha bilgi ve bilin sahibi olur,dil bilincinizi gelifltirir, her iki dil iin de geerli dil kullanma becerilerinizi artrrsnz. What types of grammar do we know? What is the distinction between descriptive and prescriptive grammar? What does mental grammar mean? However, Ali geldim is not a good Turkish sentence. This is because there arerules that govern sentence structure. These rules are part of our native speakerknowledge. We acquire these rules during our very early ages when we hear ourlanguage in our household.

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Only human beings are capable of acquiring languages. People can make infinite number of sentences. All of these facts make syntacticanalysis very interesting. Every language has a set of rules to form sentences. Syntax investigates sentenceformation rules. Surprisingly, languages show similarities in their sentenceformation rules, as well as differences. Linguists investigate similar and differentsentence formation rules in languages to write Universal Grammar. Syntax is the study of the rules of sentence-level grammar and the structureinside the sentence.

We shall discuss what grammar means in linguistics and howit differs from traditional grammar. We shall make a difference between descriptiveand prescriptive grammar. We shall also be concerned with how native speakerscan distinguish grammatical and ungrammatical sentences.

We shall see that thereare cases where a sentence can be understood and accepted but it is ungrammatical. The opposite is also true. For example, akll mavi elbisem flark sylyor iscompletely grammatical.

But do you think that a native speaker can accept it? Ifyou want to know the answer and be informed on syntax, start reading the chapter. The sentence is considered to be the longest structural unit of whichfull grammatical analysis is possible even though there are sub-fields of linguisticsthat investigate beyond the sentence level rules of language pragmatics anddiscourse analysis.

Thus, the domain of syntax is confined to the analysis ofsentence and its smaller components, such as clauses and phrases. As we shall seelater, sentences can consist of one or more clauses, clauses can consist of two ormore phrases, phrases consist of one or more words, and finally words consist ofone or more morphemes.

Syntax investigates both how sentences are formed andinterpreted by speakers and hearers. SyntaxGRAMMAR Descriptive and Prescriptive Grammar For non-linguists, grammar pertains to a set of rules that prescribes what shouldbe said and how certain sounds, phrases or sentences should not be used.

Forexample, dont use olan in a sentence as yarn gelecek olan arkadaflm zmirdeoturuyor. Dont say banyo, dufl, kahvalt, iki aldm; butsay iki itim, banyo yaptm, dufl yaptm, kahvalt yaptm, etc.

These and othersuch rules try to explicate some of the standard and non-standard varieties of thelanguage as well as some rules made up by a language authority who thinks thatthe language should be used in a particular way. This type of normative grammarthat imposes correct language use is known as prescriptive grammar and itsfunction is to tell people what is good vs. Most of the time theserules do not reflect the way in which language is actually used by native speakersand they fail to account for the real rules of the language.

In contrast to prescriptive grammars, descriptive grammars consist of accountsfor the real life language use. Descriptive grammar does not impose patterns of theso-called correct language rules.

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Unlike prescriptive grammar, descriptive grammaris not judgmental, it does not group the language produced by native speakers ascorrect or incorrect. In other words, it does not dictate that language should beused in a particular way. Descriptive grammar aims to explain the language exactlyas it is spoken or written by native speakers. A linguist is necessarily descriptive,but language teachers are prescriptive since they must teach the dilbilimw of thelanguage that are spoken by well-educated speakers.

Read the following sentence from Oya Adals book Sinirleri bir hayli bozulmufl, ziyadesiyle zlmflt. Adal suggests that the sentence above is not a good sentence of Turkish. Instead, shesuggests that the sentence should be grii as in the eilbilime Sinirleri bir hayli bozulmufl,kendisi dilbilimd zlmflt. Adal says that the sentence above consists of two sentences. The subject of the first sentenceis the answer to the question bozulan ne?

The subject of the second sentenceis Kim zlmflt? She says that since the one who feels sad is not sinirleri, we shoulduse a subject in the second sentence. Answer the following questions about Adals remark: Why do you think that Adal does not like the first sentence above? Is her approach descriptive or prescriptive? Would the syntactic analysis approach be different from Adals suggestion? What would a teacher of Turkish say about this sentence? Mental Grammar As the American linguist Noam Chomsky, as well as dilbiline German linguist Wilhelmvon Humboldt noted, any language consists of infinite number of sentences thatcan be created by speakers of that language.

The number of vocabulary in alanguage is limited. We can find all words in a language in a dictionary; whereas,it is impossible to find a list of all possible sentences of a language.

It is your turn! This means that people can produce or understand sentencesthat they have never heard before. They can bring words together to form phrasesor sentences that they have never heard before.

They can bring words together toform phrases or sentences that are completely new. This creativity and the relative ease and rate of language acquisition dilbiliem ledlinguists like Chomsky to believe that there is an independent biological device inthe human mind that is specifically reserved dilvilime language faculty.

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Universal Grammar postulates that thelanguage faculty in the human mind is biologically pre-programmed with thecommon properties and constraints of human languages.

Human languages dikbilime great deal in common, which enables us to translate ideas from one language toanother.

They also have differences. The Universal Grammar approach claims thathuman beings are inherently endowed with a universal set of principles andparameters which limit the possible structures in a particular language and whichallows all languages to be similar in some respects.