The use of personal markers in the Beltyr dialect of the Khakas language from a comparative perspective.
Some specific features of the use of personal markers in the Beltir dialect of Khakas have parallels in other Turkic languages and dialects, and result from two different tendencies. First, there are analogical developments of conjugated forms in different paradigms. In some finite and non-finite paradigms, originally different personal markers were replaced by a set of common ones, resulting in the leveling of the respective paradigms due to analogy. Secondly, cliticization of personal pronouns and particles, used in colloquial speech after predicates, is leading to formation of new analytical personal markers.