Affix Errors In Written Expression Of Turkish As A Foreign Language Learners
In this research, Turkish written expressions of 23 Turkish as foreign language learners in Çanakkale TÖMER were investigated as regards to affix errors according to the error analysis approach. The aim of the study is to determine the most committed errors in written expression of B2 level students, and to give suggestions. The data of this study were collected by asking a question to the students in order for their writing a 250-300 words of text as “what do you think of yesterday, today, and tomorrow?” the obtained data were categorized under two categories as derivational and affixes and inflections, and the related examples were given under the appropriate sub-titles by not distorting the original statements of students. As a conclusion, it was revealed that case suffixes, noun phrase, mode, verbal, plural affixes are the most committed errors of students.
ÇOMÜ TÖMER, Turkish as a foreign language, Error analysis, Affix errors, Written expression.