This paper describes the case particle ʃi in the Tsuken Island dialect
Članek predstavlja členek ʃi v narečju otoka Tsuken (Okinawa, Japonska),
ki ima podobno funkcijo kot predlog to v angleščini. Domnevno
gre za ustreznik členkov ni ali e v knjižni japonščini, vendar njegov
izvor ni povsem jasen. ʃi nima le funkcije ni ali e, temveč tudi eno
izmed funkcij made knjižne japonščine. Zdi se, da se je ʃi razvil v
narečju otoka Tsuken.
of Okinawa, Japan. This particle has a similar function to the preposition
to in the English language. It is thought that ʃi is equivalent to
case particles ni or e in the Japanese standard language, but its origin
is not clear. ʃi has not only the function of ni or e, but also one of the
functions of Standard Japanese made. It seems that ʃi developed in
the Tsuken Island dialect.
Matayoshi, Satomi. "The Meaning Function of the Case Particle ʃi in the Tsuken Island Dialect of Japanese Considered from the Perspective of Collocative Relations." Slavia Centralis. 1. (2010): 162-171. http://dx.doi.org/10.17161/SCN.1808.7334
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