Year 2015, Volume 1 , Issue 2, Pages 1 - 14 2015-08-28

New Forms and Functions of Subordinate Clause in Kurdish
Kürtçede yan cümleciklerin yeni biçim ve işlevleri

Hewa Khalid [1] , Atta Hamamorad [2]


Kurdish is an agglutinative language, so that subject and object might appear as a dependent morpheme, and sometimes they would become a zero morpheme and disappear in sentence, but still they have obvious meaning. Kurdish speaker can distinguish between the meanings of sentences that consist in same word, but have different gist, because of rhythm. However, it becomes more challenging in writing and grammatical analyzes. Moreover, this complexity is advance more in complex sentences, which is concentrated on in this article. There are various classifications for Kurdish subordinate clause in terms of semantic. They highlighted the meaning of sentences. So that the categorizations are different with each other, and each linguist shows its opinion due to the fact that meaning is tricky itself, and would change easily with context. To be more accurate, in this study, Kurdish subordinate clause will be classified in terms of syntax, which is static.
Kurdî zmanêkî lkawye, leber ewe bker w berkar lewaneye wek morfîmî yarîdeder le risteda derbkewn, tenanet hendêkcar debne morfîmî sifr w dernakewn, legel eweşda hestyan pê dekrêt le ruî manawe. Qsekerî Kurd detwanêt cyawazî bkat le nêwan manaî ew rstaney ke le heman wşe pêk hatwn w watay cyawazyan heye, be hoy awazî qsekirdnewe. Herçende em cyakrdneweye kemêk grantr debêt le katî nusîn w şîkrdnewey rêzmanî. Tenanet em alozye zyatrîş debêt lê rstey alozda, ke lem lêkolîneweyeda tîşkî xrawete ser. Dabeşkirdnî corawcorman heye le rwangey sîmantîkyewe bo larista le zmanî Kurdî da, ke grngyan be watay riste dawe. Le encamda polênkrdnekan cyawazn la yektir w her zmanewanêk ray xoy le barewe derbrîwe. Çunke xoy le xoyda mana negor nye w zor be asanî gorankarî beser dêt le jîngeî axawtn. Lem lêkolîneweye da larista polên krawe be gwêrey erke rêzmanyekey, ke em dabeşkirdne deşêt wrdtir w negortir bêt.
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Authors

Author: Hewa Khalid

Author: Atta Hamamorad

Dates

Publication Date : August 28, 2015

Bibtex @ { ijoks106021, journal = {International Journal of Kurdish Studies}, issn = {2149-2751}, eissn = {2149-2751}, address = {}, publisher = {Hasan KARACAN}, year = {2015}, volume = {1}, pages = {1 - 14}, doi = {10.21600/ijoks.106021}, title = {New Forms and Functions of Subordinate Clause in Kurdish}, key = {cite}, author = {Khalid, Hewa and Hamamorad, Atta} }
APA Khalid, H , Hamamorad, A . (2015). New Forms and Functions of Subordinate Clause in Kurdish. International Journal of Kurdish Studies , 1 (2) , 1-14 . DOI: 10.21600/ijoks.106021
MLA Khalid, H , Hamamorad, A . "New Forms and Functions of Subordinate Clause in Kurdish". International Journal of Kurdish Studies 1 (2015 ): 1-14 <http://ijoks.com/en/issue/8545/106021>
Chicago Khalid, H , Hamamorad, A . "New Forms and Functions of Subordinate Clause in Kurdish". International Journal of Kurdish Studies 1 (2015 ): 1-14
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ISNAD Khalid, Hewa , Hamamorad, Atta . "New Forms and Functions of Subordinate Clause in Kurdish". International Journal of Kurdish Studies 1 / 2 (August 2015): 1-14 . https://doi.org/10.21600/ijoks.106021
AMA Khalid H , Hamamorad A . New Forms and Functions of Subordinate Clause in Kurdish. International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2015; 1(2): 1-14.
Vancouver Khalid H , Hamamorad A . New Forms and Functions of Subordinate Clause in Kurdish. International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2015; 1(2): 14-1.