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Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar

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Published by UBC Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grammar & vocabulary,
  • Chinese Language,
  • Foreign Language Study,
  • Foreign Language - Dictionaries / Phrase Books,
  • Chinese,
  • Language

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8080558M
    ISBN 100774805412
    ISBN 109780774805414


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Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar by Edwin G. Pulleyblank Download PDF EPUB FB2

Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar fills that gap and is the first comprehensive introduction to syntactical analysis of Classical Chinese. Focusing on the language of the high classical period, which ranges from the time of Confucius to the unification of the empire by Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar book inthe books pays particular attention to the Mencius, the Cited by:   Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar is a comprehensive introduction to the syntactical analysis of classical Chinese.

Focusing on the language of the high classical period, which ranges from the time of Confucius to the unification of the empire by Qin inthe book pays particular attention to the Mencius, the Lúnyu, and, to a lesser extent, the Zuõzhuàn texts/5. While China has a long tradition of lexicography and of phonological studies, unlike Europe and Indian it has no tradition of descriptive or prescriptive grammar.

Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar fills that gap and is the first comprehensive introduction to syntactical analysis of Classical Chinese. Focusing on the language of the high classical period, which ranges from the time of 4/5(1). Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar has to much examples, but it isn't a magical book, any of this examples must to be analyzed, similarly one studies Latin, /5.

Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar is a comprehensive introduction to the syntactical analysis of classical Chinese. Focusing on the language of the high classical period, which ranges from the time of Confucius to the unification of the empire by Qin inthe book pays particular attention to the Mencius, the Lúnyu, and, to a lesser extent, the Zuõzhuàn texts/5(9).

Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar is a comprehensive introduction to the syntactical analysis of Classical Chinese. Focusing on the language of the high classical period, which ranges from the time of Confucius to the unification of the empire by Qin inthe book pays particular attention to the Mencius, the Lunyu, and, to a lesser extent, the Zuozhuan texts.

Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar is a comprehensive introduction to the syntactical analysis of classical Chinese. Focusing on the language of the high classical period, which ranges from the time of Confucius to the unification of the empire by Qin inthe book pays particular attention to the Mencius, the Lúnyu, and, to a lesser extent, the Zuõzhuàn e of Classical.

It cost me an arm and a leg (72, won), but I bought Edwin G. Pulleyblank's book, "Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar."When it first arrived, I thought I had been ripped off because it was only a flimsy, little page book, including Contents and Index pages. In the _Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar_, Pulleyblank provides a much-needed, well, "outline" of the grammar of the Chinese classics.

My favorite aspect of this book is its extensive examples, which help the reader of classic texts bridge the gap between the orderly world of grammar books and the always-disorderly world of actual texts. Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar by Edwin G.

Pulleyblank pdf book Author: Edwin G. Pulleyblank Keywords: outline, classical, chinese, grammar, edwin, pulleyblank, book Created Date: +02'00'. Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar is a comprehensive introduction to the syntactical analysis of classical Chinese.

Focusing on the language of the high classical period, which ranges from the time of Confucius to the unification of the empire by Qin inthe book pays particular attention to the Mencius, the L nyu, and, to a lesser extent, the Zu zhu n texts.4/5(1).

Edwin G. Pulleyblank's Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar is the standard, and indeed the only serious work on this subject. I have relied upon it heavily for my own work, but even this fine book has a number of defects which it will be instructive to point out.

Classical Chinese grammar is the grammar of Classical Chinese, a term that first and foremost refers to the written language of the classical period of Chinese literature, from the end of the Spring and Autumn period (early 5th century BC) to the end of the Han Dynasty ( AD).

The term "Classical Chinese" is also often used for the higher language register used in writing during most of the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 7, 7, 3, pages ; 21 cm: Other Titles: Outline of classical Chinese grammar. Responsibility. Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar is a comprehensive introduction to the syntactical analysis of classical Chinese.

Focusing on the language of the high classical period, which ranges from the time of Confucius to the unification of the empire by Qin inthe book pays particular attention to the Mencius, the Lúnyu, and, to a lesser extent, the Zuõzhuàn texts.

This book teaches the Classical Chinese language, which must be expressed in traditional Chinese. Knowledge of some basic Chinese characters before starting this course is assumed.

You do not have to know a lot of characters, but you should already have an overall understanding of them, such as structure, radicals, and how to use a dictionary.

"EDWIN G. PULLEYBLANK, Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, vi + pp." published on 01 Jan by : Thekla Wiebusch.

Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar 作者: Edwin G. Pulleyblank 出版社: University of Washington Press 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: JOURNAL OF CHINESE LINGUISTICS VOL.

42, NO. 1 () Chinese and Khotanese (with R. Emmerick, ), and Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar ().4 Prior to retirement, his ground- breaking book on historical Chinese linguistics is his Middle Chinese: A Study in Historical Phonology ().

The Lexicon, with some 8, Chinese characters arranged conveniently using PinyinFile Size: KB. With that in mind, here’s a brief list of resources for learning classical Chinese, followed by a suggested course of study. This is aimed at a learner who already has a basic grasp of Chinese characters (Ch.

Hanzi; Jp. Kanji 漢字). Some understanding of modern Mandarin is also very helpful for learning the classical language, but it is not an absolutely necessary prerequisite—those.

Any accurate answer would depend highly on the age and education level -- particularly the Chinese proficiency -- of your students.

As someone who learned Classical Chinese while learning contemporary Mandarin, and who achieved an advanced degre. The Chinese books that I have used so far (the first of New Practical Chinese Reader, and 4 books in a series called "speed-up chinese" have decent dialogues and vocab but awful grammar explanations.

The explanations use English that would be unintelligible to all native English speakers save those with masters in ESL or linguistics (and even. outline definition: 1. the main shape or edge of something, without any details: 2. as a shape with an edge but. Learn more. It makes frequent references to Edwin Pulleyblank’s Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar, so you may want to pick up a copy of that too for reference.

There are other, more recent books than Fuller’s, but from what I’ve seen none of them are of quite the same caliber. Robert Eno has a bunch of resources online, including introductions to Classical Chinese.

Stanford has a Primer in Chinese Buddhist Writings online. Pulleyblank's Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar is actually pretty comprehensive, and very useful if you're comfortable with grammatical terminology.

Classical Chinese The four uses of 之 in Literary Chinese. Hugh Grigg; 年8月31日. If you look at a Literary Chinese text, you’ll almost certainly see the character 之 (zhī) all over the place. This character has four main functions in the classical language.

As a particle to mark modifiers. The best book in my opinion is "An Introduction to Literary Chinese" by Michael A. Fuller. It has many sample passages and explains the grammar extremely well.

This is the book that Harvard University uses in its Classical Chinese class. Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free.

Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. Search Search5/5(2). Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar and Intermediate Chinese: A Grammar and Workbook are considered quite good by many. The main criteria for a grammar book for anybody is that it elucidates quickly and effectively without too much undo effort on the.

Old Chinese, also called Archaic Chinese in older works, is the oldest attested stage of Chinese, and the ancestor of all modern varieties of Chinese.

The earliest examples of Chinese are divinatory inscriptions on oracle bones from around BC, in the late Shang dynasty. Bronze inscriptions became plentiful during the following Zhou latter part of the Zhou period saw a BC: Warring States period, received classic texts. References for grammar.

Pulleyblank, Edwin G. Outline of Classical Chinese Grammar. Vancouver, University of British Columbia Press, ; rpt. [PL P85]. The best comprehensive grammar of Classical Chinese, organized topically, but with a character index that that makes it easy to look up “function words” (xuci 虛詞). All. A course on Classical and Literary Chinese for Chinese Life Sciences Dr.

Alejandro Peñataro Sánchez Herewith I would like to introduce the next course we have prepared in Daomac.

Classical Chinese is the most comprehensive and authoritative textbook on the language, literature, philosophy, history, and religion of premodern China.

Rigorously and extensively field-tested and fine-tuned for years in classroom settings, it sets a new standard for the field. This reader is intended for students who have s ome training in Classical Chinese, and wish to improve their skill with the language by reading a fairly long text with - out much need to consult dictionaries and reference books.

The text used here is the chapter D!ng Y zhu n!"#, ÔMemoir on the East. Grammar. The grammar of Classical Chinese, in many aspects, is close to English: The subject precedes the verb: 朋 來 (péng lái) 'friend(s) come' The object comes after the verb: 習 之 (xí zhī) 'practice it' Adjectives used attributively precede nouns: 遠 方: (yuǎn fāng) distant place; However, there are notable differences.

The decimal outline is similar in format to the alphanumeric outline. The added benefit is a system of decimal notation that clearly shows how every level of the outline relates to the larger whole.

Select the "Sample Outlines" PDF in the Media Box above to download the sample of this outline. General Writing. General Writing Introduction. Classical Chinese or literary Chinese is a traditional register of written is based on the grammar and vocabulary of ancient Chinese, so it is very different from any modern spoken form of cal Chinese was once used for almost all formal writing before and during the beginning of the 20th century in China, and during various different periods in Korea, Japan and : 5th century BC to 2nd century AD; continued as a.

Chinese Grammar Levels Level A1 With A1 level Chinese, you're able to: Understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Introduce yourself and others and ask and answer questions about personal details such as where you live, people you know and things you have.

North Sámi: An Essential Grammar is the most up-to-date work on North Sámi grammar to be published in English. The book provides: a clear and comprehensive overview of modern Sámi grammar including examples drawn from authentic texts of various genres.

a systematic order of topics beginning. Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar is an innovative reference guide to Mandarin Chinese, combining traditional and function-based grammar in a single volume.

Divided into two sections closely linked by extensive cross-references, it covers: traditional grammatical categories such as phrase order, nouns, verbs and specifiers language functions and notions such as communication/5.

In general linguistics, a reflexive pronoun, sometimes simply called a reflexive, is an anaphoric pronoun that must be coreferential with another nominal (its antecedent) within the same clause.

In the English language specifically, a reflexive pronoun will end in ‑self or ‑selves, and refer to a previously named noun or pronoun (myself, yourself, ourselves, themselves, etc), and Accusative: sig.Results 1 - 50 of 1, for Chinese Books 1.

Connections I A Cognitive Approach to Intermediate Chinese by Liu, Jennifer Li-Chia ISBN: List Price: $  PULLEYBLANK, Edwin G. (). Outline of Classical Chinese ver: University of British Columbia Press. XIV + p. ISBN $.Author: Redouane Djamouri.