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A Study on the Syntactic Principle of Verbale Fixation and Combination Relation in Korean

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2006, (59), pp.111-142
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

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ABSTRACT

This paper discusses that a pre-final ending and a final ending, which are regrouped as a sub-group of verbale fixation, have played various grammatic functions with a syntactic hierarchy respectively. Based on this point, this research has focused a step that the final endings have a syntactic principle as a moving with a separate hierarchy. In addition, the paper concludes that an Agr has a subject role after reviewing the pre-final endings if which one of the elements has the role in a noun phrase. The reason is that even though the noun phrase is regarded to honorification subject case by consenting with honorification in Korean, it is an abstract viewpoint, which tense admits subjective case. In final, the paper discusses the combination trend of final endings through the C-selection feature and a way of how the combination trends are reviewed. Each final ending consists syntactic head and C-selection. Among the final ending, the C-selection has a voluntary relation or inevitable relation. Each information of C-selection feature is categorized by attaching special restrictions or conditions.

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