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A study on the Error of Japanese Adverb and Teaching Method -Focusing on the beginner & intermediate level of Korean Learners-

  • 日本硏究
  • 2018, (48), pp.125-143
  • DOI : 10.20404/jscau.2018.02.48.125
  • Publisher : The Center for Japanese Studies
  • Research Area : Humanities > Japanese Language and Literature
  • Received : December 31, 2017
  • Accepted : January 31, 2018
  • Published : February 20, 2018

Misuk Park 1

1성공회대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to investigate the misuse of Japanese adverbs in elementary and intermediate Japanese learners. The frequency and causes of misuse in 4 sections are analyzed as follows. In terms of The evaluation of [surveyⅠ]「zuibun, nakanaka, hizyouni」, meaning of 「zutto」, Co-occurrence relation of 「zenzen」, verifiable that it was misused when it was mixed with 「kitto, zehi」, especially, misuse rate was very high in the usage classification according to the evaluation of degree adverb. In terms of The evaluation of [surveyⅡ], the unfriendly response to the expression of 「tabun, dandan, mada, mosi」. In terms of The evaluation of [surveyⅣ], misuse due to missing sentences and adverbs such as 「sukkari, douzo」 and the misuse by synonyms was relatively high such as 「ikura(~temo), zehi, takusan, dandan」. In terms of The evaluation of [surveyⅢ], it is possible to look at the types of adverbials and the kinds of inquiries and the differences in the style of the adverbs, which are represented by 「taihen, totemo, hizyouni」. The errors in the Co-occurrence relation between the double degree adverb and the predicate were high. As a result, it is required focusing teaching that the degree of adverbial affects the meaningfulness of each adverb, together with the evaluation of the evaluation, the Co-occurrence relation with the predicate, the adverb of the sentence, the distinction between the response and the expression of the sentence.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.