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A Study on Chinese Object Prepositions and Teaching Strategies

Author KIM MINKYUNG(JinMinQing)
Tutor WangYan
School Shandong University
Course Chinese as a Foreign Language
Keywords object prepositions function words in Chinese Language for ForeignersEducation three-plane theory bias analysis teaching strategies
CLC H195
Type Master's thesis
Year 2012
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The Chinese prepositions are one of important and difficult parts of Chinese language for foreigner education because of the abstract grammatical meanings and flexible usages. Among them, the "gei、ti、wei "and "dui、duiyu、guayu" the six common object prepositions differ and similar in meanings andusages. That is quite complex. Therefore, South Korean students will have difficulty and make mistakes during the learning and practice process.This article focuses on the description and analysis of the similar objection prepositions from the perspective of Chinese function words teaching, combining grammar rules, language meaning and application. This article also contains general analysis of the common mistakes that South Korean students are likely to make when using the six prepositions.Chapter One is the introduction. It mainly introduces topics choosing reasons and research significance. And it also illustrates the research abstract, the three-plane theory, the nature, characteristics, functions and classification of prepositions and the definition of object prepositions. And providing research methodology and the language source.Chapter Two is a description and analysis of "gei、ti、wei " based on previous study, and then makes comparison and contrast of the three words in terms of different situations.Chapter Three is a description and analysis of "dui、duiy、guayu" based on previous study, and then makes comparison and contrast of the three words in terms of different situations.Chapter Four is an analysis for the common mistakes made by South Korean students when using object prepositions. The different mistakes are classified into typical types and there is also an insight of reasons for mistakes and educational strategies.Epilogue. It is a summary of basic conclusions and shortcomings of this article.

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