Korean Phonology and Morphology (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes) by Young-mee Yu Cho

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Subjects:

  • Morphology,
  • Phonetics, phonology, prosody (speech),
  • Linguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Korean,
  • Language,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics

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FormatHardcover
Number of Pages256
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Open LibraryOL8746482M
ISBN 101575864517
ISBN 109781575864518

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The Handbook of Korean Linguistics presents state-of-the-art overviews of the linguistic research on the Korean language. • Structured to allow a range of theoretical perspectives in addressing linguistic phenomena • Includes chapters on Old Korean and Middle Korean, present-day language policies in North and South Korea, social aspects of Korean as a heritage language, and honorifics.

This article is a description of the morphology, syntax, and semantics of Korean. For phonetics and phonology, see Korean phonology. See also Korean honorifics, which play a large role in the grammar.

1 Note on romanization. 2 Classification of words. Postpositions. 4 Verbs (broadly speaking) Processual verbs. Descriptive : 9품사. The book is comprehensive covering several linguistic aspects about the Korean language. The thing I liked most about this book is that it is cleanly organized by subject (e.g., the phonetics and phonology, syntax, etc.

of the Korean language) and goes over related theories concisely yet by: 3. English Phonology and Morphology 5. Phonological processes and constraints.

Processes turn something into something else (dynamic, alternations) Constraints are bans prohibiting certain combinations (static, phonotactics) types of phonological rules: File Size: 2MB. Timothy J. Vance is professor of East Asian studies at the University of Arizona.

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Vance. Korean Linguistics, the journal of the International Circle of Korean Linguistics, publishes peer-reviewed, scholarly articles at the cutting edge of Korean linguistics, a field of growing importance in virtually all branches of linguistics (syntax, semantics, phonology, phonetics, sociolinguistics, discourse-pragmatics, historical linguistics).

The scope of the journal extends to work on. The second part, reflecting an important characteristic of this book, is the discussion of the interface between morphology and other modules of the grammar such as phonology, syntax, and semantics.

The 11 articles discuss data from many different signed and spoken languages and cover a wide range of topics from different areas of grammar including phonology (word pictures), morphology. An Introduction to Korean Linguistics is a valuable and comprehensive text for those with an interest in Korean linguistics.

This book provides an in-depth introduction to the basics of Korean linguistics, and modern linguistic theory, in an accessible style.

phonology, morphology and syntax. 1 Korean (and Japanese) morphology from a syntactic perspective Hilda Koopman, UCLA [email protected] 1.

Introduction. In Korean and Japanese Morphology from a lexical perspective, Sells () argues against the view that complex words in Japanese or File Size: KB. Description of the book "Korean Phonology and Morphology": Despite the amount of material currently in print on Korean grammar, phonology, and morphology, the need for a book combining careful grammatical descriptions with theoretical discussions is more than evident.

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Classification and Overview. Korean is a language isolate with no clear connections to any other. It is non-tonal and polysyllabic. It might be related to the Altaic family, and especially to its Tungusic branch. Korean syntax is quite similar to that of Altaic languages, and also resembles Japanese syntax.

Korean morphology shares some broad features with Japanese: agglutinative morphology. This is an updated and substantially revised edition of Peter Matthews's well-known Morphology, first published in It includes chapters on inflectional and lexical morphology, derivational processes and productivity, compounds, paradigms, and much new material on markedness and other aspects of iconicity.

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Hae‐Sung Jeon is Lecturer in Korean Language and Cultural Studies at the University of Central Lancashire, UK. She has published articles in the areas of Korean linguistics and speech prosody, including intonation, rhythm, the interac-tion between different prosodic cues, and the phonetics–phonology interface.

A History of the Korean Language is the first book on the subject ever published in English. It traces the origin, formation, and various historical stages through which the language has passed, from Old Korean through to the present day. Each chapter begins with an account of Cited by: Korean | In this accessible survey, two leading specialists introduce a broad range of topics in Korean linguistics, including the general historical background of the language, its phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and sociolinguistics, and the interfaces between those areas.

The Morphology-Phonology Connection SHARON INKELAS University of California, Berkeley 1. Introduction This paper addresses several general issues in the connection between morphology and phonology, where morphology is understood to involve generalizations about form and meaning that relate words to one another within a.

Korean Phonology, by Sang-Cheol Ahn, introduces the foundations of and fundamental issues in Korean phonology to readers participating in Korean deals here with various key topics in Korean phonology, from the basics, such as the Korean writing system, to the application of recent theoretical frameworks—such as the optimality-theoretic interpretation of the historical Korean.

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Morpho-phonological deficits. The two aspects of the relationship between morphology and phonology outlined above –the fact that morphological processes stitch together representations that phonological processes must act over and the fact the combined morphemes frequently create changes in phonological well-formedness that phonological processes are sensitive to – raises the Cited by: The differences between English and Korean.

Introduction: Korean is the native language of about 80 million people in North and South Korea and in expatriate communities across the is a language whose classification is in dispute. Some linguists believe it exists in a family of its own; others place it in the Altaic language family and claim that it is related to Japanese.

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The papers in this volume are from the nineteenth Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, which was held at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. The collections in this volume include essays on the phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical. Phonology: study of sounds Morphology: study of word parts Syntax: structure.

Phonology is the study of sounds and their parts. It focuses on how sounds are made using mouth shape, tongue placement, vocal cord use, etc. For example, it can look at the difference between fricative sounds like [f] (a f sound like in fish) and [ʃ] (this is a "sh" sound) and all other possible sounds.Phonology •Phonology is largely concerned with the contrastive sounds of a language.

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