On some future tense participles in modern Turkic languages

Author: Aynel Enver Meshadiyeva*


This paper investigates phonetic and morphological-semantic features and the main functions of the future participle –ası/-esi in modern Turkic languages.  At the present time, a series of questions concerning an etymology of the future participle –ası/-esi in the modern Turkic languages does not have a due and exhaustive treatment in the Turkology. In the course of the research, similar and distinctive features of the future participles –ası/-esi in Turkic languages were revealed. It should be noted that comparative-historical researches of the grammatical elements in the modern Turkic languages have gained a considerable scientific meaning and undoubted actuality. The actuality of the paper’s theme is conditioned by these factors.


Keywords: Future tense participle –ası/-esi, comparative-historical analysis, etimology, oghuz group, kipchak group, Turkic languages, similar and distinctive features.


*PhD. Linguistics (Turkology and Turkic languages), Associate Professor, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, The Institute of Linguistics named after Nasimi, Baku, and Azerbaijan. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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