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    Title: De補語構文の解釈と有界性
    Other Titles: The Interpretations of De-phrase and Boundedness
    Authors: 徐佩伶
    Keywords: De 補語構文;様態解釈;結果解釈;構造;有界性
    Date: 2016-03-25
    Issue Date: 2016-08-15
    Abstract: 本稿では、中国語の de 補語構文(以下「V-de XP」で表す)の構造と
    解釈を有界性(Boundedness)の観点から再考察し、de XP(de 補語構文
    における de phrase を de XP で表す)が持つ有界性が de 補語構文の解釈
    と相関することを示す。
    De 補語構文には様態解釈(manner)と結果解釈(resultative)/程度解
    釈(extent/degree)がある(Huang 1988, Li 1990, 相原 1991, Sybesma 1999,
    Cheng 2007)。具体例を(1)に示す1。

    In this paper, I focused on sentences with de-phrase in Mandarin Chinese,
    which have been discussed in the literature (Huang 1988, Li 1990, Aihara 1991,
    Sybesma 1999, Cheng 2007). It is well-known that de-phrase denotes manner
    reading and resultative reading. It is also claimed in previous studies that
    de-phrases with two different readings are analyzed as a result of the different
    structures with different lexical items (Li 1990, Cheng 2007). In this paper, I
    suggest that there is only one lexical item de and the difference between
    resultative reading and manner reading depends on the boundedness of XP that
    de selects. Moreover, I also claim that the subject NP in de-phrase plays a
    crucial role to determine the boundedness of de-phrase.
    Relation: 九州大学言語学論集 36, pp.147-161
    Appears in Collections:[日本語文學系暨研究所 ] 期刊論文

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