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时间:2017-10-02 其他毕业论文 我要投稿

A Comparison Between Chinese and English Subordinators


In the process of English learning, the appropriate application of subordinators, one of the major difficulties, often puzzles most Chinese students, for different people have different ways of thought which lead to different habitual expressions. This thesis focuses on contrastive study of subordinators between Chinese and English: the syntax function of subordinators between Chinese and English are the same, but the classification of relative categories, positions in complex sentences and function words used together with them are different. The various characteristics of the two types of subordinators, which belong to the two non-related languages, are revealed in demonstrating the logical and semantic relations between main and subordinate clauses. It is hoped that through contrastive study it will be easier for Chinese students to get a better command of Chinese and English syntax, and what is more, to improve their competence and performance in that language. The thesis consists of four parts. In part one, it presents the development of contrastive linguistics. From part two to part four, it discusses the differences of subordinators between Chinese and English in semantic function, in complex sentence and in matching format.

Key Words: subordinator; semantic relations; main clause; subordinate
clause; comparison

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