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study of Classical Japanese tense and aspect

Lone Takeuchi

study of Classical Japanese tense and aspect

by Lone Takeuchi

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Published by Akademisk Forlag in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese language -- Grammar, Classical,
  • Japanese language -- Tense,
  • Japanese language -- Aspect

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLone Takeuchi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL531.3 T35 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination370 p. --
    Number of Pages370
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16979669M

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    The linguistic study of Japanese, with its rich syntactic and phonological structure, complex writing system, and diverse sociohistorical context, is a rapidly growing research area. is a rapidly growing research area. This book, designed to serve as a concise reference for researchers interested in the Japanese language and in typological.   Classical Japanese: A Grammar is a comprehensive, and practical guide to classical Japanese. Extensive notes and historical explanations make this volume useful as both a reference for advanced students and a textbook for beginning students.

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Study of Classical Japanese Tense and Aspect Paperback – January 1, by Lone Takeuchi (Author)Cited by: 4. When I first paged through Lone Takeuchi's A Study of Classical Japanese Tense and Aspect I could see that it was the result of years of wide-ranging reading and painstaking searches through difficult texts, and the book appeared to fill a gap in the English-language literature on classical Japanese, providing an original and fully explicated descrip.

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Tense and aspect in Japanese: tokoro-da as a reference point marker Yukinori Takubo Kyoto University. Introduction • Tense/aspect forms in Japanese: Vstem-ta: past or perfect Vstem-ru: present or future.

Vstem-tei-{ru / ta}: progressive or perfect. te+ i (continuative+ exist) I read a book on Chomsky. Watasi-wa ima Chomsky-no hon-o. Examples: Tense and aspect in Japanese versus English Tense: Indicates the relationship between times at which states/events take place (1) How would we complete the following translations from English into Japanese.

(a) ‘Yesterday, before I did my homework, I watched TV.’ Kinoo, syukudai-o _____ mae ni, terebi-o mi-ta. This study tested the Aspect Hypothesis using L2 Japanese (JSL) data. Experiment 1 showed that in oral production data, 3 learners of JSL showed stronger association of achievement verbs and past.

This study focuses on the use and meaning of grammatical markers of tense, aspect, and modality and identifies a universal set of grammatical categories. The authors demonstrate that the semantic content of these categories evolves gradually and that this process of evolution is strikingly similar across unrelated languages.

Although the aim of this book is to convey a general picture of what tense-aspect systems of human languages are like, it is not a general introduction to the study of tense and aspect.

For this reason, relatively limited attention will be paid to explaining basic concepts and surveying earlier work. Bache argues strongly for the inclusion of a paradigmatic dimension in the study of the semantics of morphosyntactic categories.

Rather than adhering to one particular linguistic school, Bache provides a general description of tense, aspect and action in the form of generalizations that should be accommodated in any theory.

This chapter is concerned with the semantics of tense and aspect in Japanese. The semantics of tense and aspect has been studied within various theoretical persuasions, and this chapter cannot possibly do justice to every previous research endeavor that concerns the semantics of tense and aspect in by: 1.

He is the author of The Bridge of Dreams: A Poetics of The Tale of Genji and Traces of Dreams: Landscape, Cultural Memory, and the Poetry of Basho; and an editor of Inventing the Classics: Modernity, National Identity, and Japanese Literature and Early Modern Japanese Literature: An Anthology, –Cited by: 3.

A Cross-Sectional Study on the Roles of Lexical Aspect and L1 Transfer in Tense-Aspect Acquisition Article in English Language Teaching 8(7) June with 32 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Here ‘paid’ is expressing the perfective aspect. Japanese uses ている, the form usually thought to be progressive, to express ‘state’ quite often, even to tell a past experience.

Yes, just like English tells a past experience as a present ‘state’ using the present perfect form, Japanese also expresses a past experience as a present ‘ state ’ using ている. It has been observed that there is a strong association between the inherent (lexical) aspect of verbs and the acquisition of tense-aspect morphology (the aspect hypothesis; Andersen & Shirai, ).To investigate why such an association is observed, this study examined the influence of inherent aspect and learners' first language (L1) on the acquisition of Japanese imperfective aspect Cited by:   The L2 Acquisition of Tense-Aspect Morphology (review) The L2 Acquisition of Tense-Aspect Morphology (review) Chen, Liang LANGUAGE, VOL NUMBER 2 () `Traditional linguistics has mostly been based on the analysis of unnatural language, and has put aside empirically available details of talk' (12).

2 (19­42) reviews relevant literature in tense. Tense and aspect in modern colloquial Japanese. Vancouver [B.C.]: University of British Columbia Press, © (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Matsuo Soga.

This book explores the association of form and meaning in the acquisition of tense and aspect by adult learners of nine target languages. The book provides a survey and synthesis of studies from five perspectives: meaning-oriented approaches, acquisitional sequences, the aspect hypothesis, the discourse hypothesis, and the effect of instruction.

TENSE AND ASPECT IN OLD JAPANESE: SYNCHRONIC, DIACHRONIC, AND TYPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES. Classical Japanese: A Grammar is a comprehensive, and practical guide to classical Japanese.

Extensive notes and historical explanations make this volume useful as both a reference for advanced students and a textbook for beginning students/5.A traditional grammar is a framework for the description of the structure of a language.

The roots of traditional grammar are in the work of classical Greek and Latin philologists. The formal study of grammar based on these models became popular during the Renaissance.

Traditional grammars may be contrasted with more modern theories of grammar in theoretical linguistics, which grew out of.