Aiming for "Useable" Japanese from "Understood": An Error Analysis of Hypothesis Expressions in Intermediate Level Grammar Classes

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  • <研究ノート> 「分かった」から「使える」日本語を目指して : 中級文法クラスにおける仮定表現の誤用分析を通して

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The aim of this paper is to propose a Japanese grammar teaching method to connect learners' "understanding" to "usable" through hypothetical expressions. We analyzed error patterns and backgrounds in learner answers based on teaching materials used in classes, level check tests, quizzes and final exams. As a result, we found that errors were made by misunderstandings of causality, confusion of facts and counterfacts, overlooking the intention of the speaker, and so on. It can be said that understanding not only grammar knowledge but also utterance scene, context, utterance intention, etc. is important for learning "usable" grammar.

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