Korean Grammar /Hansol H.B. Lee
Written with Western readers in mind, this concise but comprehensive reference grammar covers many aspects of modern standard Korean, ranging from detailed descriptions of speech sounds, intonation, and rhythm in relation to grammar and syntax, to in-depth analysis of verb structure and the verbal phrase. Numerous examples and illustrations are also included.
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Phonetics and Phonology
Word and Word Classes
Structure of the Verb
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aA-form adjectival clause adjective adv.cl adverbial clause adverbial clause ending allomorphs aniha auxiliary verb C-Stems causative clause causative voice cegil clause of type compound numeral concatenating ending declarative mood descriptive clause descriptive type descriptive verb endocentric Examples f.cl final clause full verb gago graphemes hago handa honorific suffix humble suffix idla imperative mood inflectional endings interrogative mood interrogative sentence Intoneme intransitive Korean Korean language Kugb low formal minor sentence morphemic mosha nanin nega nominal clause nominal expansion nominal phrase non-final clause noun nucleus occur parataxis particle cf past presumptive phonetic phonologically preceded predicate present tense presumptive tense processive type progressive tense pronouns Retrospective Tense satellite Seoul sipA speech style stress group syllable syntactic function tense suffix tive transitive clause transitive verb underlying clause V.aux V.intr V.p.aux V.tr V/C-form verb stems verbal head verbal phrase voice suffix vowel word ybn'gu Zero t.sfx