Non-predicative verb forms in different system languages
Mostafa M. Keruly – Rasim R. Khusnutdinov
The relevance of the issue is determined by the fact that the interdependence of languages is an actual and objective fact of reality, which cannot be ignored by linguists. The purpose of this paper is to carry out a comparative analysis of non-predicative verb forms of the Russian and Turkish languages at the language level and their syntactic functions to reveal the degree of their similarity and difference as well as determine the nature of their relationship. The leading approach to the study of this issue is based on linguistic phenomena from the point of view of the Russian and Turkish languages with regard to theoretical and methodological positions adopted in Russian and Turkic studies. The findings of the paper can be used as a basis for further comparative study of other verb forms and grammatical categories, as well as parts of speech and word classes of the Russian and Turkic languages.
Key words: verb, non-predicative form, Turkish language, Russian language, participle