عنوان مقاله [English]
In this paper, Turkish Dialect of Germi will be examined (in Moghan, Ardebil Province). It’s based on the framework of remarkable typologists named Comrie (1989) Greenberg (1974). The aim is to study and describe the typological properties in different syntactic phrases. Regarding the language varieties and corruption of many dialects and languages, it’s necessary to study them. I attempt to gather and look into them to determine how they arrange in a sentence. The goal is to know how they arrange in different phrases and finally recognize the word order in this language. The data analysis shows that in this language, the word order is SOV (subject+object+verb); this is the unmarked and basic order of constituents. So the subject and the object are located before verb; preposition and adjective are located before noun like other SOV order. The word order changing can manifest the information, focused on the position of the sentence.