Confirm and modify the theory of the terms and agreements and the choice between the strategies of the highest conjunctiva convention, the closest connective agreement, the insolvency agreement and the resolved agreement and their distribution within and on the other side of South Bantou to confirm and modify. We focus on coordinated Nov phrases. The structure of coordinated sentences has a long history in the sciences of language, in the philosophy of language and semantic theory, the conjunction is treated as a symmetrical operator (Montague 1973, Partee - Rooth 1983), while research in syntactic theory has developed ample evidence that the internal structure of coordination is asymmetrical and hierarchical (Goodall 1983) , Munn 1992, Johannessen 1993 , Kayne 1994 , De Vos 2009). Given the latter structure and the scarcity of purely linear relationships within the syntax, it is expected that the two interconnected novphrases will not be possible in the same way as part of coordination. Nevertheless, several recent studies have argued that linear order is a relevant relationship for syntactic operations, particularly when it comes to coordinated sentences, as they are not directed by any of the conjuncsters (Maruic, Nevins - Saksida 2007, Bhatt - Walkow 2013). The coordination therefore examines whether the morphology of the agreement can function with its own principles, which are partly different from those of other syntactic relationships where the standard is to rely on hierarchical relationships. This type of agreement is used to facilitate the commissioning of certain professional services by a third party by the college. Under these agreements, it is not a question of conducting research or innovative work, but only of analyzing, processing, manufacturing or providing specialized knowledge. All results will be at the university without a right of use being granted to the counsellor. These agreements are not likely to conclude an agreement or cooperation in research. We provide psycholinguistic information on the agreement of verb subject figures in Turkish. There are different types of research-related contracts (often called agreements).
They vary depending on the funder and the type of research. This article examines the subject-verbal agreement in Turkish, with particular emphasis on the role played by animacy of plural subjects in the verbal reading of the figures. The earlier descriptive grammars of Turkish (z.B Sezer, 1978) show an asymmetry in quantification for plural subjects: if the plural subject refers to an animated entity, plural verbs and singular verbs are possible, while only unique verbs are possible when the plural subject refers to an inanimate entity.