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영어와 한국어의 현재진행상 용법 비교연구-코퍼스(Corpus)를 바탕으로-

Title
영어와 한국어의 현재진행상 용법 비교연구-코퍼스(Corpus)를 바탕으로-
Other Titles
A corpus-based contrastive analysis between Korean and English present progressive aspect
Author
이문우
Keywords
Korean-English contrastive analysis; corpus linguistics; BROWN Corpus; Sejong mal-mung-chi; present progressive aspect
Issue Date
2011-08
Publisher
담화·인지언어학회 / The Discourse and Cognitive Linguistics Society of Korea
Citation
담화와인지 / Discourse and Cognition. 2011-08 18:73-88
Abstract
This study aims to examine the different usages of Korean and English present progressive aspect based upon corpus linguistics. There are three research questions in the present study: First, how often does the present progressive aspect appear in each Korean and English corpus? Second, how are the distributions of five categories--(1) activity in progress, (2) extended present, (3) repetition, (4) express future, and (5) a change in progress--in each Korean and English corpus?, and third, what are the characteristics of these distributions of the five categories in each Korean and English corpus? To figure out these research questions, Sejong mal-mung-chi for Korean and BROWN Corpus for English were used. The results showed that considerable differences existed between Korean and English present progressive aspect in terms of its quality as well as quantity. The number of tokens in English corpus was three times more than that in Korean corpus. And the distribution of the categories of English corpus was (1)-(2)-(5)-(4)-(3) with a relatively small difference between categories (1) and (2), while that of Korean corpus was (2)-(1)-(5)-(4)-(3) with a prominent dominance of category (2). The findings of this study can have pedagogical implications on the practical teaching method for Korean EFL (English as a Foreign Language) learners to learn English present progressive aspect in more systematic way.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/NODE01682219http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/36115
ISSN
1226-5691
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