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2014

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Jia-Fei Hong

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Chinese Near-Synonym Study Based on the Chinese Gigaword Corpus and the Chinese Learner Corpus

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The study of Chinese near-synonyms is crucial in Chinese lexical semantics, as well as in Chinese language teaching. Recently, Chinese near-synonyms have become important in teaching Chinese as a foreign language; therefore, it is worthwhile to focus on effective strategies for teaching near-synonyms to Chinese learners, especially in recognizing and using lexical senses for nearly synonymous Chinese words. This study will use the Chinese Gigaword Corpus [1] with the Chinese Word Sketch Engine [2] and the Chinese Learner Corpus (of Written Chinese) [3] to compare the usages of nearly synonymous Chinese words by Chinese learners. This study will focus on two sets of near-synonyms—“bian4li4” versus “fang1bian4” and “ren4shi4” versus “zhi1dao4”—as the research objects and discuss their differences in Chinese language teaching.

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