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標題: 漢語主詞與受詞的界定
Identifying+Subject+and+Object+in+Chinese
作者: 吳黌銘
Contributors: 吳黌銘
國立中興大學文學院
關鍵字: Subject;Object;Topic;Wh-word;Selection restrictions
日期: 2000-06
Issue Date: 2013-05-02 09:20:25 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 臺中市:國立中興大學文學院
摘要: The identification of subject and object has been one of the major grammatical issues in Chinese linguistics, and that although many Chinese linguists have put forward various solutions to it, this problem has not yet been resolved satisfactorily. Chao’s A Grammar of Spoken Chinese (1969, p.70), for example, points out that it is appropriate to associate topic with subject, and comment with predicate, since “in Chinese, the proportion of applicability of the actor-action meanings,…., is still very low, perhaps not much higher than 50 per cent,…”More straightforwardly, what he indicates is that by employing the idea of word order parameter, anything that precedes the verb in a sentence can be regarded as the subject of the sentence, while anything that follows the subject as the predicate.
In this paper, I would like first to examine the approaches put forward by the following linguists: Li jinxi, Wang li, Y.R. Chao, and Li & Thompson, and second, to bring up a suggestion concerning the treatment of the issue and, furthermore, to argue its applicability.
Relation: 文史學報, Volume 30, Page(s) 187-211.
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[期刊-興大人文學報(原文史學報) ] 第30期
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