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    Title: Noun Modification of ";A-i";and ";A-kuno"
    Authors: 王淑琴
    Wang, Shu-Chin
    Contributors: 日文系
    Keywords: noun modification;numeral;quantity;attribute;quantitative amount
    Date: 2011-01
    Issue Date: 2018-04-27 11:50:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: It was appointed out that ”ooi”, ”tooi”, ”tikai” have the corresponding forms ”ookuno”, ”tookuno”, ”tikakuno”, but ”sukunai” doesn't have the corresponding form ”*sukunakuno”. In this paper, ”ooi”, ”sukunai”, ”tooi”, ”tikai” are indicated as ”A-i”, and ”ookuno”, ”tookuno”, ”tikakuno” are indicated as ”A-kuno”. The aim of this paper is to clarify the differences between ”A-i” and ”A-kuno” in noun modification. The results are as follows.(l)”A-i” denotes attributes. But ”A-i” by itself can't give the attributes to noun to discriminate from others, so it modifies nouns with ”X+A-i”(2)”A-kuno” denotes physical quantity or distance, the meaning that ”A-i” does not have. By (1) (2), the next principle can be made (3) the meaning of ”A-i” corresponding to ”A-kuno” doesn't have noun modification, but the meaning of ”A-i” not corresponding to ”A-kuno” has noun modification.
    Relation: 政大日本研究, No.8, pp.69-97
    Data Type: article
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