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Chinese Aspectual Particle le: A Comprehensive Guide

作者 Chungeng Zhu
出版社 三民書局股份有限公司
商品描述 Chinese Aspectual Particle le: A Comprehensive Guide:TheChineselanguagehasnotensebuthasaspects.Itreliesonaspectualparticlestoexpresshowanactionorstaterelatesto

內容簡介

內容簡介 The Chinese language has no tense but has aspects. It relies on aspectual particles to express how an action or state relates to the flow of time. Among all Chinese aspectual particles, le (了) is the most frequently used and is notoriously elusive for non-native speakers to grasp. Chinese Aspectual Particle le: A Comprehensive Guide is entirely devoted to le. It presents a systematic analysis of le and includes detailed illustrations of its usage. Breaking le down into le1 and le2, this book illustrates how le1 forms the perfective aspect: when it is obligatory, incompatible, or optional, and when le can be interchangeable with guo (过) and zhe (着). It shows how le2 denotes a change of state, performs as a modal particle, and is used in discourse. By comparing Chinese grammar with that of English whenever relevant, the book makes the usage of le more assessible to English speakers. It also contains a plethora of illustrative sentences, a wide range of vocabulary, and abundant cultural information.

作者介紹

作者介紹 Chungeng Zhu Chungeng Zhu was formerly an associate professor of Chinese and English at the University of North Georgia and is a co-author of A Chinese Grammar for English Speakers (2013, 2016). His research interests include modern Chinese grammar and comparative literature.

商品規格

書名 / Chinese Aspectual Particle le: A Comprehensive Guide
作者 / Chungeng Zhu
簡介 / Chinese Aspectual Particle le: A Comprehensive Guide:TheChineselanguagehasnotensebuthasaspects.Itreliesonaspectualparticlestoexpresshowanactionorstaterelatesto
出版社 / 三民書局股份有限公司
ISBN13 / 9789888528103
ISBN10 / 9888528106
EAN / 9789888528103
誠品26碼 / 2681858375007
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開數 / 18K
裝訂 / 精裝
頁數 / 232
語言 / 英文

最佳賣點

最佳賣點 : The Chinese language has no tense but has aspects. It relies on aspectual particles to express how an action or state relates to the flow of time.

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