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USE OF ENGLISH RELATIVE CLAUSES BY TURKISH LEARNERS: A STUDY OF ERRORS

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Abstract (2. Language): 
It is a fact that each language has its own system. That's why, it is inevitable to make mistakes while learning a foreign language. English relative clause structure is one of the most common obstacles that Turkish students face while learning the language as it differs from Turkish in many aspects .In this respect, the aim of this study is to reveal the most problematic points and to determine the possible reasons for those problems.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Her dilin kendi sisteminin olduğu bir gerçektir. Bu nedenle yabancı bir dil öğrenirken hatalar yapmak kaçınümazdır. Bir çok yönüyle Türkçe 'den farklı olduğu için, İngilizce sıfat cümlecikleri, Türk öğrencilerinin bu dili öğrenirken karşılaştıkları en yaygın sorunlardan biridir. Bu bağlamda, bu araştırmanın amacı en sorunlu noktaları ortaya çıkarmak ve bu sorunların olası nedenlerini belirlemektir

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