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Structure of the \

Author LiDanDan
Tutor ZhuMin
School Nanjing Normal University
Course Chinese as a Foreign Language
Keywords the Structure of "V你的N" Syntactic Function the Ability of Sentence Completing Characteristics of Construction
CLC H146
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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"V你的N" structure is fairly common in modern oral Chinese, but the research on which is still in-depth. Based on the previous research achievements, guided by Three-dimensional Grammar, supported by theories on Construction and Cognitive Grammar etc, this paper has made a comprehensive and detailed description and analysis on "V你的N" structure.This paper is composed of four chapters except the preface.The preface mainly summarized the achievements made by the former researchers and introduced the methods and the significance of the research, and the origin of the corpora used in this paper.In the first chapter, we discussed the syntactic relationships and semantic relations of "V你的N" structure. This structure can be considered as verb-object or attributive-head phrase, but sometimes it’s an ambiguity structure, at which time, it may have both verb-object relationship and attributive-head relationship. According to the interior semantic relations, "V你的N" structure can be divided into four categories:the type of’‘打你的头”,the type of“睡你的觉”,the type of“生你的气”and the type of“暗恋你的人”.In the second chapter, we described the syntactic function and the ability of sentence completing about "V你的N" structure. Its main syntactic function is to act as a predicate, subject, object and attributive. And the ability of becoming a sentence is different among the four types of the sructure:the type of“睡你的觉”> the type of“打你的头”and the type of“生你的气”>the type of“暗恋你的人”In the last two chapters, we made an exploration to part of "V你的N" structure, which has the characteristics owned by the Construction.

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