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date: 28 February 2021

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This article presents an overview of grammaticalisation in Turkic languages. It provides examples of typical grammaticalisation processes observed in Turkic languages and explains that the present-day members of this language family can be divided into six branches. It discusses different sources of grammaticalisation in Turkic languages including unknown sources, nonverbal sources, and verbal sources.

Keywords: Turkic languages, grammaticalisation, unknown sources, nonverbal sources, verbal sources

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