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A Study on Interlanguage for Korean speech act education.

Lee, Eunhee 1

1고려대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study analyzed Korean language learners’ interlanguage to examine the learners’ Korean speech act of Prohibition. The analysis was made focusing especially on the learners’ mother tongue. Based on the result, this study discussed the education Korean speech act education of Prohibition according to their mother tongue(Chinese, Japanese, Mongolian, Vietnamese) This study is meaningful in that it was the first attempt to clarify the aspect of Korean speech act of Prohibition through analysing the interlanguage. Previous studies focused on the fact that learners produce similar errors, irrelevant of their mother tongue. But this study intended to reveal that ‘speech acts’ is largely effected by the learners’ mother culture and language, and therefore could be made by them. Among the 9 prohibition situations presented in this paper, 7 situations showed prohibition speech acts vary by their mother tongue. Therefore, an accurate analysis and understanding of the features and strategy of the learners’ interlanguage by their mother tongue will lead to speech education with higher efficiency.

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