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On Compound Verbs Which Are in the Form of Noun + Auxiliary Verb
In Turkish, as in all languages, not only the words or word groups with the origin of verb, but also the words or word groups with the origin of noun can be predicate. That is, there are sentences not expressing action as well as those expressing action. In its logic of language which we can follow beginning from the earliest Turkish scripts, Turkish language has a system that chan-ges the words or word groups with the origin of noun into predicate. The structures in Turkish which are constitut-ed with nouns + verbs such as ol-, et- etc. are analyzed under the title of different nouns / terms and compound verbs all along and these are evaluated as a version of compound verb. In this article, it is tried to prove that the structures which are constituted with verbs such as et-, ol- etc. do not / will not form a compound verb, and that these are used as a complementary verb / predicative / predicate maker; and then it is suggested that those structures should be analyzed under the title of complementary verb / predicative / predicate maker(s), not the title of compound verb.

compound verb, complementary verb, predicative, predicate maker.

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