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제목 Clausal architecture of auxiliary verb and periphrastic causative constructions in Korean
저자 최영식
권 / 호 25권 / 2호
출처
논문게재일 2017.6.30.
초록(국문)

Choi, YoungSik. (2017). Clausal architecture of auxiliary verb and periphrastic causative constructions in Korean. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 25(2), 23-41. I show that auxiliary verb construction in Korean is mono-clausal, using negation, manner adverbial and argument projection, prosodic boundary of pause as valid tests. The present result is quite in agreement with the cross-linguistic observation in the literature (Anderson 2006), according to which the auxiliary verb construction is mono-clausal. I will also show that when the same sentence is construed as a non-auxiliary verb construction, it is a complex sentence with a non-complement subordinate clause. I will also argue that periphrastic causative construction is a non-auxiliary verb construction, too, a complex sentence with a complement clause. The present research will have a non-trivial implication on a better understanding of the auxiliary verb constructions in Korean in general.

초록(영문)

Choi, YoungSik. (2017). Clausal architecture of auxiliary verb and periphrastic causative constructions in Korean. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 25(2), 23-41. I show that auxiliary verb construction in Korean is mono-clausal, using negation, manner adverbial and argument projection, prosodic boundary of pause as valid tests. The present result is quite in agreement with the cross-linguistic observation in the literature (Anderson 2006), according to which the auxiliary verb construction is mono-clausal. I will also show that when the same sentence is construed as a non-auxiliary verb construction, it is a complex sentence with a non-complement subordinate clause. I will also argue that periphrastic causative construction is a non-auxiliary verb construction, too, a complex sentence with a complement clause. The present research will have a non-trivial implication on a better understanding of the auxiliary verb constructions in Korean in general.

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  2.최영식.pdf
  2.최영식.hwp
 
 
 
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