The purpose of this study is to examine the redundant negation expressed in various forms in Korean and Chinese, and to identify commonalities and differences in the use of redundant negation in Korean and Chinese according to the structural and semantic characteristics of redundant negation. Redundant negation is a sentence in which a negative sign is used to represent an equivalent meaning to the affirmative statement, without expressing any negative meaning. The negative marker of redundant negation, which is a semantic redundant expression, is not a necessary condition of sentence semantic expression in the surface structure, but it is a necessary component in terms of phonetics or cognition because it expresses the subjective attitude or intention of the speaker by using negative form in the deep structure. Although there have been many studies on redundant negation in each language, the comparative study of the redundant negation in Korean and Chinese is still insufficient and it is merely mentioned in some discussions. Since the redundant negation is greatly influenced by the use of phonetic factors in use, the implementation method of Korean and Chinese is often different even if the same semantic expression is used in the same situation. Therefore, in order to accurately grasp the redundant negation, it is necessary to examine how the redundant negation appears in different languages. This paper examines the forms of redundant negation in Korean and Chinese according to their structural and semantic characteristics and analyzes their common and differences, and summarizes the characteristics of the use of redundant negation in Korean and Chinese. The research on the redundant negation is not only a part of the study on the negation category of Korean and Chinese, but it also has a significance in that it can provide the theoretical basis for the accurate use and understanding of the redundant negation to Chinese and Korean learners.
Ⅲ. 한중 잉여부정의 분포 및 통사적 구조
Ⅳ. 한중 잉여부정의 의미적 특징