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A multidimensional study of the suffix-men in Chinese: From semantic, discourse, pragmatic and pedagogical Perspectives
|Publisher:||South Orange, NJ: The Association.|
|Abstract:||The aim of this paper is two-fold. First, it aims to systematically analyze and describe the semantic, discourse and pragmatic aspects of the Chinese suffix-men in terms of the interplay among morphological typology, word order and function words. The description presented in this paper is consistently substantiated by naturally occurring linguistic data. Secondly, at the pedagogical level, this article incorporates the results of the multi-level linguistic analysis into a framework of pedagogical grammar, based on the principles of sequentiality and cumulativeness. The aim is to provide better instructional input for L2 learners of Chinese.|
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