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A Study on the Connective Ending of the Transfer Relationship in Korean

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2005, (55), pp.73-102
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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1전남대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study discusses the connective ending ‘-daga(-다가)’ which represents the transfer of the antecedent clause event to the succeeding clause event. The ‘-daga’ should be maintained with the identical subject constraint or identical predicate constraint; the study also examines a syntactical characteristic which takes only ‘-ass-(-았-)’ as tense prefinal endings. The transfer of event means that the constituents of a sentence are ultimately replaced; the transfer of event between the antecedent and the succeeding clauses comes from the interruption and aspects of continuation which consists of four different types. Besides, even though the central meaning of the ‘-daga’ is transfer, it also creates interruption as well as overlapping; this paper points out that when it breeds the meaning of overlapping, the act of the succeeding clause is made in the unintention context of the performer. It is discussed that the -daga is used as a meaning of cause and condition: cause when the tense of the succeeding clause is past tense; condition when it is present tense or estimated expression. Also, this project examines the meaning of enumeration by the ‘-daga ~ -daga’.

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