Turkish language and dialects have two basic functions. The first is to determine the limit and duration of an action. The second function is to reveal the form of formation and rendering of the action. The second of these functions essentially constitutes the subject of this study, namely the verbs of depiction. Descriptive verbs are structures that describe and complete meaning by describing actions from various angles. Descriptive verbs are constructions consisting of fusion of two separate verbs, in the form of verb + adverb-verb suffix + auxiliary verb. These structures, which express the meanings of verbs in different forms, are numerous in Tuvan, one of the Southern Siberian Turkish languages. Within the scope of this study, depiction structures reporting thesis in Tuvan were examined. The sample of the study consists of a novel, a short story, a long story and an anthology book selected from Contemporary Tuvan Literature. As a result of these works, –p al-, a / -u / -y ber -, - a / -y düş-,-a/-y hon-, -p kag-, -p kal-, -p ıd- structures were identified as depictive verbs reporting thesis in Tuvan. These structures are exemplified by the sentences obtained from the scanned texts. of the theory of superiority minstrels quarrel; the items reflect the superiority theory will be studied to determine the spats.
Descriptive Verbs, Swiftness Verbs, Tuvan