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Title: The two forms of the adjective in Korean
Authors: Kang, Haeng Soon
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Padova, Unipress
Abstract: In Kang (2005) I discussed non-predicative adjectives like ceon ‘former’ in Korean arguing against the analysis that denies the existence of adjectives in Korean, given that they have been placed under the rubric of “attributive determinatives or adnominal modifiers” in the traditional grammar of Korean: limited in number, only used in attributive position (cf. Kim 2002). However I’ve proposed that these adjectives should be considered as attributive adjectives that have a direct modification source in the nominal phrase. In this paper, furthermore, I will show that they have other indirect modification counterparts, assuming the two typologies of the adjectives proposed by Cinque (2005b).
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