A study for effective conversation lesson in China -from the point of cohesion-

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  • 中国国内での効果的な会話授業の展開に向けての一考察  ―発話における結束性の視点から―

Abstract

Why do learners of Japanese often sound "unnatural?" This paper, dealing with Chinese learners, points out one of the possible causes of this "unnatural" impression observed in their speech and analyzes it by looking at the discourse structure, especially cohesion. The analysis reveals that learners tend to miss out cumulative conjunctions and additive conjunctions continuously and that makes their speech plain connection of simple sentences, which is "unnatural." Therefore, it is advisable to lead learners in the conversation class: (1) to practice creating complex sentences by adding connective particles; (2) to understand only sentences of continuing action/movement or cause and effect sentences can be connected by connective particles.

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  • CRID
    1390001205780006016
  • NII Article ID
    110009496961
  • DOI
    10.19022/jlem.11.1_16
  • ISSN
    24239909
    18813968
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • CiNii Articles
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