Nonmanual behaviors in pluractionality: A view from Turkish Sign Language

Bahtiyar Makaroğlu
From the point of typology, the phenomenon of event plurality – pluractionality is a widespread grammatical construction, entailing the notion of multitude of events in so many languages. On the basis of TİD data, this preliminary paper reports the fact that the morphological modification of the verb to express the plurality of event is not restricted to manual markers in sign languages (SLs), and also the semantic portrayal of the nonmanual pluractional forms raised interesting...
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