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Abstract


/N/ Consonant Sound That is Seen in Simple Past Tense and in Subjunctive Mood Third Person Singular Conjugations in Anatolian Dialect and Regions That It is Used.
Within Turkish Language’s adventure throughout its history, it is well known that Anatolian Dialects undertake a very important task in the preservation and transfer of unrecorded elements to the following generations. In Anatolian Dialects, Turkish words’ both wealth of meaning and structural differences have been being kept alive throughout generations. In this study, /n/ consonant that is often encountered in Anatolian Dialects, emerges in simple past tense and in subjunctive mood third person singular conjugations and regions that it is used have been studied. In this essay that based at least on the master's degree level of studies, 148 study scanned and -n consonant that is predominantly expressed as 'Epenthesis of a consonant in these studies; its source, regions that it is detected and its prevalence is emphasized. In part 3 of our study there is one sample sentence from each region that –DI(n) and –sA(n) structures are detected. In the conclusion part, it is put forward that –n consonant is not an epenthesis consonant and especially the –n consonant that is found in the end of simple past tense third person singular is a criteria that can be used in the classification of Anatolian Dialects.

Keywords
Anatolian Dialects, Simple Past Tense, Subjunctive Mood, Third Person Singular.



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