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현대중국어 V-在처소구문의 상적 의미 분석

Title
현대중국어 V-在처소구문의 상적 의미 분석
Other Titles
Aspectual roles of postverbal zai-locatives
Author
백지영
Keywords
event type; delimitation; postverbal locatives; complement; word order
Issue Date
2011-09
Publisher
중국학연구회 / The Society Of Chinese Studies
Citation
중국학연구, 57권, 57호 [2011], p.113-145
Abstract
This paper examines an aspectual role of postverbal locatives headed by a preposition zai. In the postverbal position, zai-locatives go through preposition incorporation. The NP object of zai is realized as NP complement, and zai appears as the second element of a compound verb V-zai. This work analyzes Modern Mandarin corpus, focusing on spoken style data which include V-zai le pattern and shows that the postverbal zai-locatives must delimit an event type expressed by a given sentence. I will show that not only the postverbal zai-locatives which specify the goal of motion event, but also those denoting the stative location of resulting state lexicalized by verbs of positioning and appearing must delimit a given event. The reason why in Modern Mandarin, the postverbal position must host locatives delimiting an event is because NPs occuring in the postverbal position is defined as an object, i. e. an argument of verb. Typologically, situation delimiters tend to be realized as arguments or complements. For this reason, in Chinese, locatives without delimiting function tend to be realized as prepositional phrases and generally appear in the preverbal position; whereas, the postverbal position is associated with event delimiting locatives and this type of locatives surface as NP, following compound verbs, V-zai.
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http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/NODE01702137https://www.kci.go.kr/kciportal/ci/sereArticleSearch/ciSereArtiView.kci?sereArticleSearchBean.artiId=ART001588782
ISSN
1229-3458
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COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES[S](인문과학대학) > CHINESE LANGUAGE & LITERATURE(중어중문학과) > Articles
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