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언어와 언어학검색

Language and Linguistics


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 언어학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1225-4967
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논문제목
수록 범위 : 37권 0호 (2006)

Is Ask His Name Simply a Collocation?

( Yonghyun Kwon )
5,900
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This paper addresses the simple matter of comparing ask and ask for. According to the traditional view, such expressions as ask his name. ask the price. and ask the way have been treated simply as collocations. Behind the collocational analysis lies a view that the verb ask in the above examples does not require the preposition for in foront of its objects. as in ask for the money or ask for a divorce. The traditional view of treating ask the price. etc. as collocations holds that there is no good linguistic reason for the combination of ask and the price without for being in between the two. It sees ask the price as no mole than an accidental bundle. However. this paper presents a different view; there is a good reason that there must not be for in the ``collocational`` combinations. It is suggested in this research that ask the price and ask for the price are both acceptable only in they are used in different circumstances. A variety of examples show that the meanings are not the asme. depending on whether ask needs for or not.

한국어 대화에서 나타나는 첨가어의 순차적 분석

김규현 ( Kyu Hyun Kim )
6,800
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From a conversation-analytic perspective, this paper examines various sequential aspects of the use of add-ons in Korean conversation as part of the linguistic practice geared towards organizing affectively loaded social actions. Defiend as a non-main clausal constituent added after a possible point of completion of a turn-constructional unit, add-ons furnish the speaker with the resource for managing the turn-transition space after an affectively-loaded action is pefrormed through an allusively formulated TCU. In many contexts, allusive TCUs that are retroactively elaborated by an add-on serve to highlight the speaker`s affective or collusive stance (rather than the referential meaning) implicated in a variety of affectively loaded actions. with focus being given to presenting the stance-ridden upshot turn-initially and/or increasing contiguity with the prior turn unit. Add-ons. then, are in the service of managing the post-completion space by way of modulating the prior action in the aftermath of the initial display of affect or responsiveness. This and other related sequential features of TCUs with add-ons are examined in the context of topic-elicitation and assessment, with special refernce to the sequence-initiating or terminationg import of add-ons.

미디어에 나타난 외래어: 을 중심으로

김원식 ( Won Sik Kim )
5,800
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This paper aims to analyse loanwords in the printed and broadcast media in terms of specialty areas and to study how these words are adopted into Korean. We mainly focus on the words borrowed from English into Korean, since a corpus study reveals that the majority of the loanwords in terms of specialty areas and to study how these words are adopted into Korean. We mainly focus on the words borrowed from English into Korean, since a corpus study reveals that the majority of the loanwords in Korean come form English. Loanwords are subdivided into three categories: 1) loanwords for common usage, 2) loanwords for technology and information(IT) and 3) loan words for economic life. English loanwords in Korean belong to any one of morphological borrowing, abbreviation and semantic borrowing.

Schwa in Old and Middle English

( Yookang Kim )
7,300
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Under the assumption that Schwa is not fully specified at the segmental and prosodic levels (Kehoe and Lle0 2003, van Oostendorp 1995, 1998, 2000) and that there are two types of schwa (reduction schwa and underlying schwa), I attempt to provide a diachronic account of schwa in Old English and Middle English. I argue that underlying schwa in Old English and Middle English. I argue that underlying schwa exists boty in Old English and in Middle English and surface realizations of schwa differ depending on the periods. It is shown that Reduction Rule and feature operations play a role in the realizations of schwa at the surface. The discussions of other phonological phenomena like the formation of syllabic consonants and Middle English Open Syllable Lengthening demonstrate that schwa plays a role in early English phonology.

독,한 동사의 통사적 결합가 대조 분석

김이천 ( Lcheon Kim )
6,000
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This paper aims to analyse the difference of syntactic valency between German and Korean, At first, we have introduced the German complement classes of Schumacher (2004) and applied these classes to the Korean. And then, we have tried to propose the new Korean complement classes of verbs. Finally, we have compared the syntactic valencies of German and Korean verbs and classified the diffences into nine types.

헝가리어의 수동 표현에 대한 연구

박수영 ( Soo Young Park )
6,500
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In this paper I will try to explore how the voice as a grammatical category in Indo-European languages is expressed in Hungarian, Because Hungarian and Korean are grouped into the same typological class, in which the syntactic relations and the semantic meanings are realized morphologically, this study helps to examine the recent tendency of unacceptable derivations of passive -verbs in Korean and to find its solutions. In Hungarian, the expressions of passive meaning are realized either on morphological level. or on syntactic level. On morphological lovel. the passivity is expressed with the oppositions of transitive vs intransitive verb pairs, which are derived from same lexical roots, such as active-transitive verbs, middle verbs and passive verbs, If an active-transitive verb has no its intransitive pair, the passive expression is realized on syntactic level by the subjectless sentences with active-transitive verbs, It results from the hungarian word formational system of verbs, where each verb has its oppositional pari in transitivity and the re-derivation of passive verb from the middle verbs is not permitted.

The Distal Demonstrative Ce as a Politeness Marker in Krean Converation

( Kyung Hee Suh )
6,200
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Data from natural conversation in Korean shows that the distal demonstrative ce as a filler addresses the linguistic politeness. The speaker, by the use of the marker, creates an interpersonal distance: the speakers employs this marker as mitigation and face-saving strategies in order to mitigate a face-threatening act (i) by avoiding mentioning something due to any perceived risk of social transgression and/or (ii) by hedging an unwanted effect which a speech act could have on the addressee, by creating metaphorically an interpersonal distance/space. Such interpersonal distance is achieved through a transfer of linguistic distance into the domain of the psychological distance, which may bring about the implicature of politeness.

태국어의 조동사 "짜"의 동사구 내에서의 동사구조에 관한 연구

윤경원 ( Kyung Won Yoon )
6,100
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This paper aims at analyzing the semantic properties of the verb phrases preceding ``ca`` and the semantic relationships the verb phrases preceding and following ``ca``. It also aims at finding the conditions governing the occurrence of ``ca``. There are two types of the verbla elements preceding ``ca``: single verbs and verb phrase. The single verbs can complement-taking or noncomplement-taking verbs The verb phrases are verbs of movement and possession. The preceding verbs function as main verbs. The following verb phrases have one of the two types of function: complementing or modifying the preceding verbs or verb phrases. It is also found that the events denoted by the verbs and verb phrases preceding ``ca`` are realization at speech time except in hypothetical. advisory and conditional sentences. whereas the events of the verb phrases following ``ca`` are unrealized at speech time but may be realized later. In the latter case, there are two possibilities of realization: sequential or non-sequential.

포르투갈어 Clitic Doubling 구문의 중복명사에 관한 제약

이승용 ( Sung Young Lee )
5,800
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This paper is aimend to explain the constraints on clitic doubling construction in Portuguese, The doubled NP in this construction should be specific, animate and pronominal, Among these constraints, the main discussion of this study goes especially to the pronominal property of the doubled NPs. So far, the reason why the doubled NP satisfies theses constraints has been explained through and hoc rules withous generalization. In this paper. I try to find a generalized explanation explanation of the constraints without inventing construction specific rules. It is proposed in this paper that the doubled NP of clitic doubling construction is adjoined to VP instead of inserting subcategorized NP position. This structure is more favorable to explain stressed semantic interpretation of the NPs. With this clithc doubling structure, the Binding condithion Cis enough th explain why the NPs in question should be pronominal excluding R-expressions or anaphoras from that position, The specific property can be explained by the feature sharing based on the fact that the clitics were historically derived form the deitics. However, any satiisfactory generalized explain is not presented on the animate property of doubled NPs.
6,400
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A well -Known property of the Korean light verb construction(=LVC) is the locality mismatch between theta-marking and case -marking on the accusative -marked theme: e.g. Kim paksa -ka mullihak-uI yenkwu-lul hayssta ``Dr. Kim studied physics``. The accusative theme receives its theta- role inside the verbal noun phrase (=VNP). but seems to be case-marked by a verbal element outside the VNP. Interestingly, the locality problem never occurs in the Hindi LVC. In this paper, I develop a case theory under the framework of conceptual semantics (Jackendoff 1990. 1997. 2002) to explain why the locality problem occurs in one language. and not in another. In this theory, case is assigned in the syntactic and semantic modules independently: case alternation results from the mismatch between syntactic case and semantic case. The theme argument receives syntactic genitive inside the VNP. and semantic accusative because it is lower in rank in the thematic hierarchy than the actor argument. Korean allows case alternation when syntactic case conflicts with semantic case. We set up the paramenter in the opposite direction for Hindi: i.e. Hindi realizes only the syntactic case when syntactic case does not match its semantic counterpart. This simple parameter shows that the locality problem is merely an epiphenomenon of the surface case resolution.
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