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Grammatical Errors of the Sentences of Articles appeared in Journal of Tourism Sciences

  • Journal of Tourism Sciences
  • Abbr : JTS
  • 2007, 31(4), pp.429-447
  • Publisher : The Tourism Sciences Society Of Korea
  • Research Area : Social Science > Tourism

김기태 1 Byungwoong Chung 1 Sukbin Cha 1 최병길 1

1순천향대학교

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ABSTRACT

This article examines the grammatical sentence errors that occur easily in sentences of the articles in Journal of Tourism Science and to find a way to reduce those errors. Out of 110 papers reviewed, the study found 306 errors in total, which implies that there are 2.8 errors per one paper in scientific journals. Among the errors found, there were 196 errors of sentence components, taking 64.05% of the total and following was 63 literary errors, taking 20.59%. After reexamining the errors of sentence components, which had the highest percentage, the study found that there were 87 errors of sequencing between components, taking 44.39% and 86 postpositional errors, taking 43.88% of the errors. Errors of sequencing between sentence components had many cases of errors between the subject and the predicate and between the object and the predicate. Of the postpositional errors, most were the misusing 'as' and 'by', which both represent means and methods.핵심용어(Key words):문장 오류(sentence errors), 어휘적 오류(terminological error),문장성분 오류( components errors), 문장연결 오류( sequential error),문체적 오류(literary errors)

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