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助動詞「た」의 意味와 用法에 관한 考察

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Author(s)
安銀善
Issued Date
2004
Abstract
This study considered the various functions of 「Ta」appeared in accordance with the tense form in the case of dependent clause.
This study divided the tense forms or dependent clause into the same case as the tense of principal clause, and it was considered to have the past tense of 「Tense」function because it comes into action before the conversation in the same case of 「Ta」-type tense on the principal clause and dependent clause. However, it was considered to have the perfect 「Aspect」meaning in the connection of 「Ta」with an instantaneous verb and connection of 「toki」with 「Ta」 though the tense forms are the same.
In the different case of different tense form like 「Ta」-type on the dependent clause and 「ru」-type on the principal clause. 「Ta」 is thought to be 「Aspect」 expression to appear then on the basis of the time of principal clause.
As is remarked above, Japanese auxiliary verbs have not only the past function or the perfect function but also the tense and the aspect or mood according to the sentence type, the kinds of predicate verb or the context of a passage.
Alternative Title
A Study on meaning and using of an auxiliary verb 「た」
Alternative Author(s)
An, Eun-Sun
Affiliation
朝鮮大學校 敎育大學院
Department
교육대학원 일어교육
Advisor
丁意祥
Awarded Date
2005. 2
Table Of Contents
目次
ABSTRACT = ⅱ
Ⅰ. 序論 = 1
Ⅱ. 本論 = 4
1. 先行硏究 = 4
2. 文末에서의 た = 10
2.1. 靜的述語 + 「た」 = 11
2.2. 動的述語 + 「た」 = 17
3. 從屬節에서의 「た」의 用法 = 21
3.1. 從屬節에서의 時制形式 = 22
3.2. 從屬節과 主節의 時制形式이 同一한 경우 = 25
3.3. 從屬節과 主節의 時制形式이 同一하지 않는 경우 = 29
4. 「た」의 특수한 用法 = 32
4.1. 發見의 用法 = 34
4.2. 想起의 用法 = 39
4.3. 確認의 用法 = 40
4.4. 差し迫ったうながし의 用法 = 43
4.5. 判斷內容의 假想의 用法 = 44
4.6. 反事實性의 用法 = 47
Ⅲ. 結論 = 49
參考文獻 = 52
用例出典目錄 = 54
Degree
Master
Publisher
朝鮮大學校 敎育大學院
Citation
安銀善. (2004). 助動詞「た」의 意味와 用法에 관한 考察
Type
Dissertation
URI
https://oak.chosun.ac.kr/handle/2020.oak/4336
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