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By Okwha Chung

Introduces the cooking and nutrition conduct of Korea, together with such recipes as bean sprout salad and Korean dumplings, and gives short info at the geography and background of the country.

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The first section introduces the basic properties of thematic relations and demonstrates how they can help explain certain linguistic phenomena. 2. 3. song’ or ni xie shi ‘you write poem,’ the subject argument is always the one initiating and performing the action while the object argument is always what is acted upon. This simple fact suggests the possibility that not every detail in the thematic relation between an argument and a verb matters in syntactic computation. For instance, ta ‘she’ and ni ‘you’ are subjects only because these NPs represent the “doers” of the actions; whether an action is done through singing or writing has no effect on qualifying an NP as the subject argument.

1, of is required in this context only when the object is nominal and thus needs to satisfy the Case Filter in (52). This mixture of verbal and nominal properties follows if -ing in (60) is [Fj, +N, −V] (j > 0), which nominalizes the whole VP rather than just the verb win. Since win remains V inside VP, its ability to assign Case to the object remains intact; the whole VP, however, is nominalized by -ing and therefore needs a Case for itself, just like any other nominal phrase. 17 16 17 Note that (59c), as well as the good examples in (7), determines that de cannot be a morphological marker of Case, for the simple reason that PPs (guanyu zhanzheng ‘about war’) don’t need any Case (cf.

Cong nali, ta dai-huilai henduo jinianpin. ’ (cf. (43b)) b. gei ban li de ren, ta zuo-guo bushao shiqing. ’ (cf. (43c)) c. *ba guizhong de shoushi, ta cang-zai waguan li. ’ (cf. (43d)) The Syntax of Chinese 28 The grammaticality of (44a, b) is expected if a preposition forms a phrase, PP, with the NP after it, the logic being that only words forming a constituent can move together. If (44a, b) involve clause-initial PPs, the structure of (43a) can be analyzed analogously, with the preposition guanyu ‘about’ and the NP after it forming a PP.

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