||ウズベク語における形動詞・動名詞の統語機能 : 連体修飾に着目して
The Syntactic Functions of Participles and Verbal Nouns in Uzbek: a Focus on the Attributive Function
105 , 2018-03-10 , 新潟大学人文学部
In this study, I examined the attributive structure of the syntactic functions of participles and verbal nouns in Uzbek from morphological and syntactic standpoints; I investigated whether the syntactic functions have an adjectival property or a nominal property as well as whether an attributive structure of a participle in Uzbek indicates identity apposition (Johanson 1990: 190). Johanson (2006: 76) identifies an attributive structure of a participle, such as in kelgen kiii'a/the person who has come'in Altay as identity apposition. Uzbek and Altay belong to the Turkic languages. Therefore, Ia ssumed that participle+ head noun in Uzbek also indicates identity apposition. I compared constructions (participle + head noun and identity apposition) to test the accuracy of my assumption. Table 1 presents the results of my analysis; "PC" and'、IA"represent possessive compound and identity apposition, respectively. In addition, "ptcp I" expresses cases in which no elements are attached to a dependent (participle) and "ptcp II" expresses cases in which the head noun has a possessive suffix. The Table is divided based on whether the head noun has a possessive suffix. Finally, I conclude that identity apposition is not an attributive structure of a participle in Uzbek.