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KCI등재 학술저널

Non-control aspects of the Korean yaksokha-construction

This study presents evidence to support the claim that the Korean yaksokha-construction (which corresponds to the English promise-construction) does not meet the criteria for a subject control construction. Although it may appear similar to the English promise-construction when the embedded subject is omitted, a closer examination reveals significant differences between the two constructions. Moreover, this paper argues that the Anti-redundancy Hypothesis, which discourages the use of two noun phrases with nearly identical forms to refer to the same entity in close proximity, accounts for awkwardness of the yaksokha-construction when the matrix subject and the embedded subject are present at the same time. Finally, the non-control analysis is extended to include other yaksokha-constructions that contain a keyss-ta-ko-clause or kes-clause.

1. Introduction

2. Previous analyses of control

3. A non-control analysis of yaksokha-construction

4. Anti-redundancy Hypothesis

6. Conclusion

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