2 edition of lexical analysis of verb-noun compounds in Mandarin Chinese = found in the catalog.
lexical analysis of verb-noun compounds in Mandarin Chinese =
Telee R. Chi
Bibliography: p. 223-229.
|Other titles||Han yü tung tzʻu yü ming tzʻu chih kou tzʻu fa.|
|Statement||by Telee R. Chi.|
|LC Classifications||PL1232 .C38 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 229 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||87140217|
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[Telee R Chi]. Lexical-syntactic Approach to Argument Realization in Mandarin Resultative V-V Compounds Basically, there are two different views on resultative V-V compounds in Mandarin Chinese. One derives the compounds in the lexicon, such as Li’s (, ), and the other inFile Size: 21KB.
Abstract. This paper addresses central issues about the nature of a construction in the Chinese language that is referred to as Verb-Object Compounds (VOCs).
It has long been noted that the relationship between the two or more morphemes of VOCs is partly morphological and partly syntactic in the sense that, on the one hand, Author: Adams Bodomo, So-sum Yu, Dewei Che.
Noun-Classifier Compounds in Mandarin Chinese Niina Ning Zhang* 4 1. Introduction In Chinese, a compound can be made of a noun and a classifier (CL), as shown by the underlined part in the examples in (1).
I will call the compound-internal CL lower CL, and the one out of the compound higher CL. in the Chinese language that is referred to as Verb-Object Compounds (VOCs).
It has long been noted that the relationship between the two or more morphemes. of VOCs is partly morphological and partly syntactic in the sense that, on the.
A Lexical Analysis of Verb-Noun Compounds in Mandarin Chinese: Fox, Andrew J. The Evolution of the Hebrew Infinitive, Form and Function: A Diachronic Study with Cross-Linguistic Implications: Fox, Barbara A.
Discourse Structure and Anaphora in Written and Conversational English: Hammond, Michael T. This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 19th Chinese Lexical Semantics Workshop, CLSWheld in Chiayi, Taiwan, in May The 50 full papers and 19 short papers included in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from submissions.
The Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics offers a systematic and comprehensive overview of the languages of China and the different ways in which they are and have been studied. It provides authoritative treatment of all important aspects of the languages spoken in China, today and in the past, from many different.
Mandarin resultative compounds, on this account, constitute a family of lexical constructions. Our analysis permits us to retain conventional mapping assumptions, while at the same time accounting for the specific characteristics associated with the relevant interpretations.
1 Introduction1 Mandarin resultative compounds have been and continue File Size: KB. Highlights The paper offers a comprehensive lexical-semantic account of Mandarin resultative verb compounds (RVCs). The complex thematic relations expressed by RVCs result from different ways of realizing the Causer and the Causee.
The account helps explicate the relation between the Agent and the Causer. The study provides support for a division of labor between Author: Chao Li. Thankfully, there is a clue that is often missed by beginner-level learners: Mandarin Chinese has a ton of compound words. Most modern Chinese words are formed of two or three characters, and one of the most striking features of Chinese language is its strong tendency to match the meaning.
Lexical Derivation in Mandarin Chinese. of this study suggest that Chinese inflectional awareness is a separate construct and distinctively different from Chinese compound. lexical translate: 词的，词汇的.
Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese simplified Dictionary. Article excerpt ABSTRACT. A recent development in Chinese renders many occurrences of the construction [Adjunct PP + Verb + N] into [Verb + N2 + N].
A crucial difference between the two constructions is that in the former the verb and its N. Cross-morphemic predictability and the lexical access of compounds in Mandarin Chinese James Myers and Shuping Gong To appear in Folia Linguistica, Abstract Chinese poses a challenge for models of compound processing, since the basic notions of morpheme, word and phrase are not consistently distinguished by native speakers.
It is. Knowledge of compound word structures in Chinese and English was investigated, comparing Chinese and Americans, including second, fourth, and sixth graders, and college undergraduates.
As anticipated, the results revealed that Chinese speakers performed better on a word structure analogy task than their English-speaking by: This book offers new perspectives on the study of Chinese lexical semantics, as well as discourse analysis and cognitive pragmatics based on lexical semantics.
The first part focuses on fundamental issues in lexical semantic research, while the second features articles highlighting various aspects of the lexical category systems in Chinese. The. Semantic Constraints on the. VERB +zhe. Nouns in Mandarin. Chinese. I-Hsuan Chen. University of California, Berkeley.
he suf. fix –zhe can attach to a verb stem to form a VERB+zhe ‘one who is/does X’ noun. Zhe is compatible with different aktionsarts, but there is a distinct difference in productivity. The VERB+zhe nouns. compound words were included: transparent (e.g., toothbrush) and opaque (e.g., deadline) words.
Results showed that children were more accurate in judging semantically transparent compounds in English. The lexicality of translated compounds in Chinese affected lexical judgment accuracy on.1. Introduction. For more than half a century linguists have been interested in phraseology, the study of the structure, meaning and use of word combinations (Cowie, ).The literature has noted a phraseological tendency and its processing advantages, which are widely believed to be the formulaic nature in first or native language (L1) use, and which are of great value in Cited by: Indefinite Bare Nouns in Mandarin Chinese 1.
Introduction. Recent discussions of the semantics of number in Mandarin Chinese have focused on the absence of a mass/count distinction and the role of the numeral classifier in making nouns ‘countable’ (KrifkaChierchia a,b). This paper discusses a related aspect of nominalFile Size: KB.