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Sense analysis of Stative verb by French learners- A study of polysemy “big”
In this research, we mainly use ambiguous "Big" as stative verb, supplemented by true corpus analysis and The Module Attribute Representative of Verbal Senantives (MARVS) to research participants: Feedback from French native speakers and Chinese native speakers who are learning French as asecond foreign language. To explore the difficulty and process of polysemy for French native speakers when it comes to learning Chinese in stative verb – Big. Through the Acadebia Sinica Balanced Corpus of Mandarin Chinese and Dictionary of Chinese, it sorts out the sense categories of stative verb –Big, which include both high frequency words and polysemous words. Futhermore, MARVS theory brings out deeper and more precise classification analysis of the sentiment to determine the Chinese stative verb- Big in a total of twelve categories. At the same time, the French-Chinese dictionary and French-French dictionary sorted out all the meaning of the French "grand", determining the French stative verb – Big in a total of ten categories. We compared and analyzed the multiple meanings of "grand", a Chinese and French stative verb as well. We also found out the correspondence in the meaning terms of the Chinese-French verb "grand". Furthermore, we predicted the learning difficulties of Chinese learners whose native language is French on these meanings. Finally, through the questionnaire, we found out how they understand the meaning of the stative verb "grand". From two aspects of the quiz and the participants, we are able to analyzes and summarizes the learning difficulties of the polysemous "grand." We hope to find out the best teaching context and method for both French native speakers and Chinese native speakers who are learning French in polysemous. This research provides reference for Chinese teaching staff and textbook editors in order to help French native speakers to learn Chinese better.
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