Generalized Case Theory and the Argument-Omission Structure in Mandarin Chinese View Full Text


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DATE

2014

AUTHORS

Yong Yang

ABSTRACT

Argument-omission structures in Mandarin Chinese, including omitting the subject, object and the head of ‘‘de’’ phrase, can be fully explained by Xu Jie’s theory of Generalized Case Theory. Case assigner can be divided into two types: obligatory and optional, among which the nominative Case assigner in English is obligatory, while in Chinese, it is optional. Similarly, the accusative and genitive Case assigner in Mandarin Chinese is also optional. These facts directly lead to the argument-omission structures in Mandarin Chinese. The linguistic principles are surprisingly simple behind the unordered and rich linguistic phenomena, and the only difference among different languages is the values of the parameter in the language faculty. More... »

PAGES

441-447

Book

TITLE

Chinese Lexical Semantics

ISBN

978-3-319-14330-9
978-3-319-14331-6

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-319-14331-6_44

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-14331-6_44

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