A Study on the Japanese Perspective Theory and the Sentences of Give-accept, Passive and Moving Sentences
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Duan Hongfang, Ma Xuefeng
The viewpoint theory of Japanese mainly refers to the objective attitude or tendency of the speaker to a certain sentence, discourse, etc. It clearly reflects the position and thinking of the speaker. In this paper, examples are used to express the internal relations among the three sentence patterns, namely, the give-accept-sentence, the passive-sentence and the moving-sentence to improve the daily expression ability of the primary learners of Japanese, and to demonstrate the common mistakes of the primary learners in their daily learning by example sentences.
Viewpoint theory, give-accept-sentence, passive sentence, moving sentence