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    Title: The lexicalization patterns of verbs of hitting in Hakka
    Other Titles: 客語 「打」 類動詞詞彙化型式
    Authors: 賴惠玲
    Lai, Huei-ling
    Date: 2003-06
    Issue Date: 2010-09-14 21:40:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文採用 Talmy (1991,2000) 之理論架搆, 針對客語 「打」 類動詞提出更精細的分析, 主要有以下三點主張 : 客語 「打」 類動詞屬於 Talmy 架構下第三類之動詞形式; 這些動詞之詞彙隱含語意, 依打的力量大小形成一個等級; 此外, 詞彙語意之隱含雖然可被語境解除,卻強烈影響動詞可接之補語或修飾語之成份及語境之適切性. Adopting Talmy's (1985, 1991, 2000) theoretical framework, this paper, aiming to give a finer-grained analysis of the verbs of hitting in Hakka, has the following claims. First, these verbs of hitting are classified as the third type of verbal pattern under Talmy's (1985, 1991, 2000) categorization which involves Action + Goal + Implication of fulfillment of intention. Furthermore, the lexicalized implicatures associated with the verbs demonstrate an implicational cline, which ranges according to the force of hitting. Although defeasible, the lexicalized implicature as a part of the lexical content has strong influence on the inherent features of the adjuncts and the felicity of the following discourse.
    Relation: Journal of Chinese Linguistics,31(2),340-369
    Data Type: article
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