Nanosyntactic Analysis of Turkish Case System
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|This paper takes two challenging characteristics of Turkish case system and shows that a nanosyntactic analysis is able to cover both of them. The main idea is that Turkish nouns and cases can be composed into smaller, submorphemic features, and that the morphological realization of these features follows the phrasal spell-out mechanisms specified in Starke (2018).