A Study on the Sentence Structure of Give-accept from the Perspective Theory of Japanese
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Duan Hongfang, Qi Fang
As a developed country, Japanese is also one of the most widely studied languages in the world. Japanese is a language that pays much attention to the point of view. The expression of the sentence is an important way to convey the position and viewpoint of the speaker, which is a special characteristic that is different from other language structures in the world. In Japanese, the sentence structure of give-accept must be restricted by the viewpoint and a principle of inertia, and they must avoid the contradictory relation of the degree of synesthesia. This paper mainly discusses the grammatical structure of give-accept sentence by viewpoint theory.
Japanese, viewpoint theory, sentence structure