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Journal: ULUSLARARASI TÜRK LEHÇE ARAŞTIRMALARI DERGİSİ (TÜRKLAD) International Journal Of Turkic Dialects Research Международный Журнал Исследований Тюркских Наречий (Vol.3, No. 2)

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Page : 325-336

Keywords : Taliqan Dialect; Uzbek Languege; Nominal States.;

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The discussable points in dialectology is determination of the characteristics of a language dialect. Therefore, this article concentrates on nominal states which is one of the morphological features and dialect usage in Uzbek language, particularly Taloqan people dialect. Although there are six nominal states in Uzbek language such as subjective, possessive, objective, time bound and location bound, indicator and external, in Taloqan dialect, there are two extra nominal states (mediator and marginal) with signs and way of usage. The nominal states in Taloqan dialect in the section of usage in some issues is similar to literary language. Uzbek language nominal states in Taloqan dialect has particular usage. Based on this research, subjective state has usage based on literary rules. However, possessive state is opposite of Uzbek literary language with signs of «+ti, di, and +I». On the other hand, in some issues objective state has usage based on Uzbek literary language with the sign of «+ni» and sometimes with the signs of «+di, +ti». But indicator state has usage with signs of «+ġä, +kä, +…ä». However, time bound and location bound states besides its grammatical signs have usage with signs of «+gä, +tä». But the external state has usage considering its grammatical with signs «+tan, +din» and objective adjective sign is «+gän». The state of mediator is «bilän». The sign with «birlän, bilä, birgä, biläm» has usage. And the marginal state does not have similarity with literary language rules. But it has some closeness with the features of dialect structures in Taloqan dialect.

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