USAGE OF THE TWO VERBS ( YE / IC ) IN TURKISH LANGUAGE
This research paper studies the wide use of the two verbs: “lç -” and “Ye-”. It studies those two verbs basing on the novel “Arafat ta ir Cocuk” by (Zulfu LIVAN ELI) and the novel “Hasret” by (Canan TAN) to identify the usages of the verb. The reason for choosing those two novels because the novelists are considered very famous writers in the present day. Their writings are read widely by readers. The novel “Arafat ta ir Cocuk”, that is considered the first literary work by (Zulfu LIVAN ELI), has been published in 1978. It received a wide interest in Turkey and all over the world. It has been published in Turkey for several times and translated into German and Persian as well. The novel has been turned to be a movie in the German and Swedish TV. They took in consideration that the text written in the novel represents daily conversation language with a simple style. As for (Canan TAN) and her novel “Hasret”, is considered one of the best-selling novels and this why we decide to choose it for this study. I want in this study to show the wide use of the two verbs “lç -” and “Ye-”. The research paper consists of main sections. The first one studies the verb “Ye-” and the second studies the verb “lç -”. The final section studies the two verbs together. The sections are divided within according to the features meaning and pattern and the formalistic and usage features. The classification has been indexed in sections according to alphabetical letters and in the end of any form I mentioned abbreviation of product and the form that is taken from. I identify these expressions that widely contain the two verbs “lç -” and “Ye-” with a bold style following the procedures of the book of (Zeynep Korkmaz) entitled (Turkish Language Grammar) and Turkish Language Grammar book by (Tahsin Banguoglu). In the conclusion I divided the classification as well as what have been identified in the usages of the two verbs, the subject of the study.
Keywords: Zulfu Livan Eli, “lç -” and “Ye-”, two verbs: “lç -” and “Ye-”.