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Title: A Lexical Semantic Model of Verb-Directional Construction in Chinese - A case study of V-Shang
Authors: LI XUPING
Keywords: Verb-directional construction, lexical semantics, V-shang, telicity, event structure
Issue Date: 8-Dec-2006
Source: LI XUPING (2006-12-08). A Lexical Semantic Model of Verb-Directional Construction in Chinese - A case study of V-Shang. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis examines the interface of semantics and syntax of V-shang. It presents its lexical semantic network of shang, and three types of events structures of V-shang. Besides,a three-level of aspect system is proposed. Hence, this study gives us a detailed and comprehensive analysis of V-shang (Verb-directional construction).We get to know that verb-directional construction is not a type of resultative verb construction, but resultative verb construction is a type of verb-directional construciton.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/15495
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