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    Title: Conceptualizations of GUO in Mandarin
    Authors: 蕭宇超
    Hsiao, Yuchau E.
    Keywords: cognitive grammar;polysemy;metaphor;conceptualization;schema;profile;semantic structure;Mandarin
    Date: 2003-04
    Issue Date: 2009-01-17 09:32:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper discusses the polysemy of Mandarin GUO from the perspective of
    cognitive grammar, which equates meaning to conceptualization in the broad
    sense. The related senses of GUO are closely examined within a single category
    and across categories, and are subject to a variety of substructure designations
    from the relevant bases. In the characterization of spatial schemas, metaphor
    provides a convenient avenue to enrich the polysemy by mapping one cognitive
    domain to another. A comparison between GUO and cross/across in English
    indicates that conceptualizations of linguistic forms are to some extent language-specific.
    Relation: 語言暨語言學 4(2),279-300
    Data Type: article
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