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Abstract


SYNTACTIC VARIATION OF ZERO OBJECT (NON-SUBJECT) RELATIVE CLAUSES: A CROSS-LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVE
Research into relative clauses has been an enigma in theoretical, developmental, applied and cognitive linguistics has been an enigma, although considerable progress has been made. Relative clauses are often defined as complex structures since they require various processes at cognitive and ethnosyntactic level. This study aims to compare zero object relative clauses based on six different languages from four different language families. Languages of Cukurova Arabic, English, French, German, Russian and Turkish were examined. It is important to show syntactic variations of relative clauses in different languages to question universals because disregarding syntactic variations poses a serious problem in certain linguistic theories. The findings of the study show that even the same languages from the same family show syntactic variations. Each language has its own construction of zero object relative clauses. These variations should be subsumed within a constructionist approach.

Keywords
Syntax, object relative clauses, syntactic variation, constructions


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