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Ahmet Bican Ercilasun – Başlangıçtan Yirminci Yüzyıla Türk Dili Tarihi SÖZ BAŞI relating Korean to Japanese adlı makalesi (Language) Japoncanın bir Altay. The Place of Turkish among The World Languages Ahmet Bican Ercilasun* 1 .. Ercilasun, Ahmet B., “Askerlikte Onlu Sisteme Türklerin Katkıları”, Makaleler. 23 Ahmet Rasim, Muhtasar Sarf-ı Türkî, Artin Asaduryan Matbaası, İstanbul, , s. ERCİLASUN Ahmet Bican, Türk Gramerinin Sorunları Toplantısı, TDK.

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There are many consonants that cannot be found in the beginning: In he became a professor at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Gazi University, on the basis of which he opened a branch of the Turkish language and literature. Another macro-family theory is formulated by Joseph H. They also included the Sumerian into the Nostratic macro-family. I can mention some other typological characteristics of Turkish which are different from other languages, so that it would be easier to understand the place of Turkish among the world languages: In Turkish noun and verb roots are different words.

On the contrary, the secondary element is at the end in the Indo-European and Semitic languages.

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Other agglutinating languages are: Sumerian, Elamite, Hattian, Hurrian and Urartian languages. According to this theory which was formulated by Vladimir Illich-Svitich there are 6 language families which are related to each other genetically and they comprise one macro-family.

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EditorTurkish Linguistic Society, Ankara,p. Some Altaists include Korean and Japanese to this language family. Now, let me give some phonetic characteristics: Illich-Svitich, the founder of the Nostratic theory, compared words from these six language families and claimed a common origin for them.

In these compounds the main element is placed at the end in Turkish, and the secondary element is in the beginning. Other Altay languages have the same order, too.

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Consonants in a word form a syllable with a vowel which comes afterwards. Ankara ; 4th edition: In this paper, I used the term Turkish with its wide meaning. These families are considered as the members of the Nostratic macro-family. Selahattin Olcay and Ensar Aslanp.

Bask, Swahili, Cheyenne, Cherokee, Zulu. Another advocate of the Nostratik theory mmakaleleri Aharon Dolgopolsky and he includes Eskimo-Aleut family instead of Dravidian family Greenberg Greenberg in the USA during s.

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However, his Works were published in and Kerns published their work named The Nostratic Macrofamily inand they compared words. Remember me on this computer. The main difference between these resembling two theories is the difference in Hamito-Semitic, Dravidian and Kartvelian families. Bengston published a large paper named Global Etymologies. The number system is based on twenty in some of the Caucasian languages and Bask language.

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Relations between the words are made by the word endings or post-positional words. Some of the comparative linguists placed Turkish into the Ural-Altay language family in the 19th century. Most of the languages can use the same word as the root of noun and verb.

These language families are: Yet, we should note that the languages which belong to the same family makalleri the same characteristics. There is not an article in Turkish in contrast to Semitic languages and most of the Indo-European languages.

In he was appointed supervisors of the Department of Modern Turkic languages and Turkic ercilasuun at Gazi University. There are some consonants that cannot be found in the ending both in Turkey and in some other dialects: It is obvious that Greenberg considered Japanese and Korean as a distinct language family from Altay family.