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An Analysis on the Errors of Chinese Comparative Sentence by Peruvian Students

Author WuLi
Tutor WangGuoSheng
School Central China Normal University
Course Chinese International Education
Keywords Peruvian students Chinese comparative sentences Spanish Error analysis
CLC H195
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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Comparative sentence is not only one of the most important sentences in modern Chinese, but also one of the most difficult grammar points for overseas students. When communicating with Peruvian students, we find that they make a lot of errors as using Chinese comparative sentence. This paper collects the corpora of errors by Peruvian students, draws lessons from native and ontology research achievements about comparative sentences and makes a comprehensive and systematic analysis on these errors as well as the causes of these errors with the help of Peruvian students’mother tongue, i.e. Spanish, the factors of teachers and the textbooks. And then several suggestions will be put forward about teaching and learning of comparative sentence.This article is mainly divided into five parts:The first part is the preface, which mainly introduces the significance of the research, research objective, the methods of survey and the sources of corpora. And there will be a brief introduction of research achievements on comparative sentences and related theories on error analysis.The second part mainly discusses Chinese and Spanish comparative sentences, and introduces the corresponding situations of the two languages.The third part mainly classifies the corpora.The fourth part mainly analyses the causes of the errors.The fifth part mainly puts forward some suggestions on teaching and learning of comparative sentence.The sixth part is the summary of this article, which includes the conclusion of the research and the deficiency of this article.

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