Subordination in English: Adverbial Clauses
Subordination in English: Relative Clauses & Sentential Relative Clauses
Subordination in English: Nominal Clauses (Content & Complement Clauses)
The “Holy” Subject in an English Sentence: English as a Subject-Prominent Language
The Origins of the Name “Turkey” or What Came First, Turkey or a Turkey?
The “Hidden” Turkish Subject: Turkish as a Topic-Prominent Language
Two Basic Principles of Turkish Syntax and Other General Properties (As Compared to English)
How French (and Not English) Continues Shaping Turkish Writing
Word Stress in Turkish
The Use of Fronting in English Sentences
Clefting in English, or “What the Point Is... Is That…” vs. “The Point Is.. Is That…”?
How to Write Better (in Any Language): The Universal Principles of Information Structure
Reconsidering the Classifications of Verbals in English and Turkish: Missing Categories
British English and American English: The Usage
The TDK’s Punctuation Guidelines… Don’t Always Make Sense
Punctuating the Way We Speak
A Brief History of Punctuation: From Greeks to Irish Geeks to Minimalists to Digitalist Textspeak
The Turkish Language Reform and Its Discontents
History of the Turkish Literary Language: Many Poets, Few Grammarians
British English and American English: Grammar and Usage
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The Old Style of Punctuation in English: What Has Changed Over the Past Century?
The Commas of the U.S. Second Amendment
Branching in Turkish Sentences, Or Why Turkish Is So Difficult to Read (or Write)
Usage Problems in the Turkish Language (Anlatım Bozuklukları)