Departmental Bulletin Paper 韓国語の過去連体形について:던と-았 / 었던の違いを中心に
Research note: past adnominal markers in Korean:dierences between -teon and -eossteon

永原, 歩

65 ( 2 )  , pp.201 - 215 , 20150315
The aim of this study is to differentiate between the meanings and usage of the Korean past adnominal markers -teon and -eossteon. The results show that there are differences depending the part of speech of the word they are added to. When -teon is added to a verb, it indicates a motion in progress, a habitual act or a just completed action. When -eossteon is added to a verb, it shows irregular past experience, or a repeated, continuing or transient action. When added to an adjective, -teon indicates a continuous past state, and -eossteon indicates a temporary past state which is just like a normal past adnominal markers, -n/eun. With a copula, -teon and -eossteon both tend to show an equivalent meaning between the copula noun and following noun, and the two are interchangeable in this usage. -eossteon also indicates a fact that occurred in the past and, like adjectives, was found to have a similar function to the past attributive form of verbs.

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