紀要論文 「さすが」の意味・機能に関する考察
A study on the meaning and function of "Sasuga"

周, 世超  ,  Zhou, Shichao

9pp.33 - 42 , 2017-11-30 , 鹿児島国際大学大学院
ISSN:18838987
NII書誌ID(NCID):AA12454124
内容記述
In this paper, I considered the meaning and usage of the Japanese word “Sasuga”. The following conclusions wereobtained.When “Sasuga” modifies a noun predicate in a simple sentence, or modifies an adjective predicate that represents apositive meaning in a simple sentence, or be concurrent with “Dakeni” “Dakeatte” which is in a reason clause in thecomplex sentence, it means that “with this thing or person, ~ is as expected.” It represents a positive evaluation on thething or the person.When “Sasuga” modifies a verb predicate in a simple sentence or modifies an adjective predicate that represents anegative meaning, it means that “In this situation, ~ is as expected.” It represents a negative evaluation on the situation.When “Sasuga” modifies the subject in a simple sentence, there are two types: “Sasugano” and “Sasugani + First personalpronoun + Demo”. It means that “Even that person, ~ is as expected.” It represents an evaluation on the person.When “Sasuga” is used in a zero conditional of the resultative conditional sentence, or be used in a time clause thatrepresents “at the same time” in a complex sentence, it means that “In this situation, it will finally ~ as expected.” Itrepresents an indirect evaluation on the situation.When “Sasuga” is used in a complex sentence which has a coordinate clause, or modifies an adjective predicate thatrepresents a neutral meaning in a simple sentence, it means that “though ~, ~ is as expected.” It represents an indirectevaluation on the subject of the sentence which “Sasuga” modified.
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