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Crimean Tatar Future-Past Tense Ending in -джакъ эди Contrasted With English Verb Forms 106

Shved E.V., PhD Student, Chair of Crimean Tatar Philology, V.I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University, Simferopol, Russia, kitap.inform@gmail.com
Abstract
The article researches the semantic meanings of the Crimean Tatar Future-Past Tense ending in джакъ эди, as well as determines the English language verb forms that carry equivalent meanings. The research is based on the analysis of literature written by seventy-five Crimean Tatar authors. The research allows to make a conclusion that the tense ending in -джакъ эди has three main semantic meanings: unrealized intent, relaying of information about a past intention without clarifying whether it was completed, past agreement or plan to carry out an action, and also a separate case involving the construction with аз къалды. It is determined, that similar meanings are carried respectively by the English constructions of Future Perfect in the Past, constructions with was/were going to with an infinitive, constructions with Future Indefinite in the Past, and also constructions with was/were about to with an infinitive, as well as constructions involving Past Simple Tense together with the words almost and barely.

Keywords: Crimean Tatar, English, Future-Past Tense, Future in the Past, verb form

Column: Linguodidactics and Innovations.Psychological Basis of Learning Languages and Cultures.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17759/langt.2019060116

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