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Title :形容詞述語文についての一考察 : 「楽しい」の補文制限について
Title alternative :A Case Study of Complement Restriction on Adjective-predicate Construction : Case of tanoshii
Authors :金城, 克哉
Authors alternative :Kinjo, Katsuya
Issue Date :Mar-2008
Abstract :This paper examines some restrictions on so-called adjective predicate construction in Japanese, especially in the case of tanoshii ("fun"). Previous studies of Japanese complements have focused on mainly the complements of verb-predicate construction, regarding when to use no and koto. Meanwhile, adjectives have been studied how they make groups and what characteristics such groups have. Examining various examples, this paper suggests the following restrictions on the complements of adjective-predicate construction: (i) Usually, the subject of the complement sentence is the person who feels fun. (ii) The event expressed in the complement has somehow gives impact on the person who feels fun. (iii) Third person subject is restricted in the complement sentence, except the condition (ii) above is effective.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :1341-0482
Publisher :琉球大学法文学部
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/6048
Citation :琉球大学欧米文化論集 = Ryudai Review of Euro-American Studies no.52 p.1 -20
Appears in Collections:No.52 (2008/3)

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