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Chuvash people is a community living in the Middle Volga today. This area is located in the middle of the Fin-Ugor people Mari (Çeremis) and Mordvin, and the Tatars and Bashkirs of the Turkish people. For this reason, Chuvashs have always exchanged culture and language with the mentioned communities. Some researchers think that the Chuvashs are Turkized Fin-Ugor, while others suggest that they are Fin-Ugor Turk. The same debate has also been made on Chuvash and it has taken a long time to determine the location of Chuvash. Chuvash is a Turkic language and an independent Altaic language at the same time. With its complex sound system and its old features Chuvash, which has been misunderstood even by W. Radloff, the founder of modern Turkology, is of great importance in Turkish language researches. The verbal morphology of Turkic languages are extremely complicated and it is quite difficult to copy the structures in verbal morphology. This is the same situation for Chuvash too. It is highly important to research in that verbal morphology of Turkish languages are highly resistant to any changes. A large number of publications have been made in this regard after the year 2000. Chuvash verb construction routes have been included in the morphological works but an independent study has not been conducted on this subject yet. The purpose of this thesis is to contribute to the existing data, and to provide a source for a larger vocabulary building study, by considering the previously unexamined Chuvashian verb formation.