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Title: The Polite Forms in Japanese Complement Sentences
Other Titles: 日本語補文中の丁寧語
Authors: Nonaka, Hiroo
野中, 博雄
Keywords: Japanese complement sentences
Polite forms
'no' 'koto'
Truth
Emotion
日本語補文
丁寧語
「の」「こと」
真実
感情
Issue Date: 6-Dec-2006
Citation: 桐生短期大学紀要 17, 103-112, 2006-12-06
Abstract: This study explores the behavior of polite forms in Japanese complement sentences, employing three major approaches. Firstly, we will survey the treatment of polite forms within the transformational generative framework and its problem. Secondly, we will discuss the previous works on the polite forms in Japanese complement sentences and their adequacy. Lastly, we will consider the polite forms in complements and cleft sentences, and their relation to 'koto' and 'no'.
本稿は,日本語補文中の丁寧語の分析について三つの観点から考察している.第一は,変形文法での丁寧語の理論的枠組みとその問題点であり,第二は,従来の研究における補文中の丁寧語の使用条件とその妥当性についてであり,第三は,補文中や分裂文中の丁寧語と「こと」,「の」との関連性についてである.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/8956
ISSN: 13424076
Appears in Collections:No.17(2006)

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