SOUND EVENTS ACHIEVED DURING ADDENTION OF YUNUS EMRE

Abstract

Author(s): Yusuf Sinan O?RA?

The Turkish language is one of the world's tallest languages. In this historical language, which is a long and long history, sound events have occurred in many words. One of the most important elements for a language is grammatical-based phonetic information. Sound events also have an important place in the audio information. In this context, we have identified on the poems of Yunus Emre the voice events that took place during the erection of the Old Anatolian Turkic, one of the most important historical bazaars of our language in this context. We encountered many sound events in study. However, since we encountered very different examples of sound events during attachment, we have included only the sound events that occurred during the attachment. In this paper, we compared the most common examples of eutrophication, rounding, swallowing, fertilization, and melting during attachment.

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