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A Research of the Occurrence and Non-occurrence of ‘i/ka’ Regarding the Korean Educational Method of Spoken Languages for Korean Language Learners

  • Korean Semantics
  • 2018, 61(), pp.133-167
  • Publisher : The Society Of Korean Semantics
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature
  • Published : September 30, 2018

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ABSTRACT

The objective of this research is to propose a new method of marker education through the use of spoken languages by analyzing the occurrence and non-occurrence of the markers i/ka in learner error corpus and spoken language corpus. Maintaining the position that Korean language education for foreigners requires spoken language education, this research focuses on the aspects that are realized in spoken language education and their related problems. This research emphasizes that a clear differentiation is required in phenomena where markers do not appear, and that education on markers must be conducted on these grounds. The phenomena in which markers fail to appear include ‘those that do not need markers(ellipsis),’ ‘markers that have been left out(omission),’ and ‘those that have different meanings depending on whether markers are inserted or deleted(occurrence and non-occurrence). This research first reviews what errors learners of the Korean language make regarding i/ka through methods of learner error corpus, and identifies complementary measures to aid learners studying markers in the Korean language. In addition, this research analyzes the Korean spoken language corpus and identifies how native speakers of the Korean language use i/ka. It identifies situations where the markers are used in normal everyday life, the form of use and the meanings they portray. This research focuses primarily on: the occurrence and non-occurrence of the markers i/ka and identifies if this has significant meaning; the methods on how to provide spoken language education of the meaning and function of i/ka; and proposing a direction for marker education that reflects the nature of the Korean spoken language.

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