- Author:W.A.C.H. Dobson
- Publisher:University of Toronto Press; First Edition edition (November 1974)
- Pages:907 pages
- Subcategory:Foreign Language Study & Reference
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Grammatical particles, or simply particles, are words that convey certain grammatical meanings. The term is often applied to words that are difficult to classify according to traditional grammar. Both Classical Chinese and Modern Standard Chinese make use of particles. In Chinese, particles are known as zhùcí (simplified Chinese: 助词; traditional Chinese: 助詞) or yǔzhùcí (语助词; 語助詞). They belong to function words (虚词; 虛詞; xūcí).
This dictionary treats some 694 particles, the nucle. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A Dictionary of the Chinese Particles: With a Prolegomenon in Which the Problems of the Particles Are Considered and They Are Classified by Their Grammatical Functions.
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This dictionary treats some 694 particles, the nuclei, as it were, of the grammar of Classical Chinese. Dobson (1913-1982) was a professor of Chinese and Head of the Department of East Asiatic Studies at the University of Toronto, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and a graduate in Oriental Studies from Oxford, of which university he was a Doctor of Letters.
A dictionary of the chinese particles. This dictionary treats some 694 particles, the nuclei, as it were, of the grammar of Classical Chinese. In the Dictionary proper, the particles are treated individually; their functions are described and illustrated by textual examples, which are translated for the convenience of the user. DOBSON is Professor of Chinese in the University of Toronto, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and a graduate in Oriental Studies from Oxford, of which university he is a Doctor of Letters.
Book Description: This dictionary treats some 694 particles, the nuclei, as it were, of the grammar of Classical Chinese. eISBN: 978-1-4426-5379-5.
The function of a Chinese particle depends on its position in the sentence and on context. Dobson, W. (1974). A Dictionary of the Chinese Particles. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. For example, qí/jī (其, which originally represented the word jī "winnowing basket", now represented by the character 箕), a common particle in classical Chinese, has, among others, various meaning as listed below. The following list provides examples of the functions of particles in Classical Chinese.
The function of a Chinese particle depends on its position in the sentence, and the context. He Jiuying 何九盈 (1995a). Lu Yiwei (盧以緯) produced the first book devoted to studies of the Chinese particles, Speech Helpers (語助), in the period of the Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368). Zhongguo gudai yuyanxue shi (中囯古代语言学史 "A history of ancient Chinese linguistics"). Guangzhou: Guangdong jiaoyu chubanshe.