Author(s): Mustafa ERKAN
At this article Turkish Grammar and Crimean Grammar is compared from some points. The comparison is done between grammar categories of two dialects which are alphabets and short sound cases. The comparison is done on the sort of words like; pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, nouns, prepositions, conjunctions and verbs. Especially operational formatives, possessive suffix, word position suffix, personal suffix which is added to verbs, conjugations, adjective verb and adverb verb suffix are checked. It was focused on the similarities and differences between them. By this comparison it was seen that the differences are not so much, contrarily a lot of similarities are proved. Comparison from the view of formation suffix would be also beneficial but because it passes beyond the boundaries of the article, it couldn’t be done. Crimean Tatar Turkish was forbidden for a long time at the time of Soviet Union. Now it is time for its existence. And it is emphasized on the idea that it can benefit from Turkish. These two publics can collaborate on language field, like they do at other fields.