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Title :初級日本語授業における学習者の「聞き返し」の特徴
Title alternative :An Analysis of the Requests for Clarification in Beginner's Japanese Classes
Authors :伊藤, かんな
Issue Date :Mar-1999
citation :岐阜大学留学生センター紀要 = Bulletin of the International Student Center Gifu University
Abstract :In beginner's Japanese classes, requests for clarification are frequently observed. As these requests are used to native speakers outside of a class, they can be considered as a communication strategy. However, the requests in a class can be defferent from those outside of a class, because a teacher can infer what a student intends, to say in a class. This article examines characteristics of the requests for clarification in beginner's Japanese classes from the viewpoint of its form and intention of expression. Requests for clarification have many forms ending in a verb and a plain-noun (without desu), and the intention include many requests for confirmation and explanation. From these observations, it is necessary to teach the forms ending in a polite-noun (with desu) to request confirmation. This form would become more accurate and polite when expressing both the Wh-question and the request for enhancement explanation.
Type Local :紀要論文
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