Standart Türkçe ve Standart Çuvaşçada Ad Yancümleleri
Uluyüz, Buğra Oğuzhan
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Two different sentences can be combined throuhg some morphological particels or syntactic methods can be used for marking coordination/subordination. After the process of embedding / subordinating the sentences, structure of the subordinate clause can be changed, and in some special cases, both clauses can protect the finite clause structures. Embedded clauses are fully parallel to the superordinate clauses with regard to their structure and the way they are combined depending on their typology in some languages. Special suffixes or conjunctions can be used when a subordinate clause is embedded in the superordinate one, and coordinating / subordinating the clauses without any morphological marking can also be seen in different languages. Nominalization is highly used way of subordination. There are two different outputs of nominalization process: syntactic nominalization and lexical nominalization. These nominalization types are reviewed in Standart Turkish and Standart Chuvash on a comparative track. After separating two nominalization types, syntactic nominalizations / nominal clauses will be investigated with regard to morpho-syntax interface.