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CM120/Ling 177 Guideline for Midterm (Winter 2011) Read the following articles (author’s name): in textbook: 1. Introduction (H. Sohn) 2. The invention and use of Koran alphabet (Ramsey) 3. Standard language and cultured language (Yeon) 4. Korean in contact with Chinese (Sohn) 5. Korean in contact with Japanese (Ramsey) 6. Sound symbolism (Cho) 7. Politeness in Korean conversation: The use of –nuntey (Park) 8. Linguistic structures of Korean (Sungdai Cho) 9. Structure and use of Korean honorifics (M. Choo) Important topics: The design principles of Hangul alphabet, controversies, and orthographic principles Linguistic divergence between South and North Korea Sino-Korean words: (phonological) characteristics, uses, and impact on modern
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Unformatted text preview: Korean Japanese loanwords in Korean and language purification efforts in Korea Dark and bright vowels, and their use in sound symbolism Linguistic structures of Korean: sound patterns, pronunciation rules, word and sentence structures Honorifics Speech levels and sentence types Agglutinative morphology Genetic linkage between Korean and Japanese Composition of the Korean lexicon Loanwords phonology Consonants and vowels in Korean & Syllable structures Address terms and reference terms (See Ross King) Factors for the variation and complexity in Korean kinship terms The conversational use of –nuntey in sentence-final position...
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