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|Other Titles:||Theoretic grammar and Chinese language teaching|
|Keywords:||Emphatic marker sh|
Emphatic marker de
Theoretic grammar and language teaching
|Source:||世界汉语教学, June 2003, no. 2, 5-12, I|
Chinese teaching in the world, June 2003, no. 2, 5-12, I How to cite?
|Journal:||Chinese teaching in the world|
|Abstract:||本文讨论强调句式中"是"和"的"的句法地位 ,结论为 :前者不是系动词 ,后者不是动词名物化的标记。汉语的动词可以名词化 ,动词短语也可以名物化 ,但两个过程都不牵涉具体的形态标记。这些虽然是理论问题 ,但常常会在汉语教学中以不同的形式表现出来 ,汉语教师需要具备一定的理论知识才能真正做好教学工作。|
It is argued in this paper that the morpheme sh in an emphatic sentence is not a copula and the morpheme de in the same sentence is not a marker for nominalization. Verbs and verb phrases in Chinese can be nominalized, but there is no overt marker for it. These complicated issues often show up in Chinese language teaching and Chinese teachers should have some knowledge of theoretic grammar.
|Rights:||© 2003 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。|
© 2003 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research use.
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