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Clause complex and rhetorical structure theory, by X u Jiuj i u & Jonathan Webst er , p. 16
T his paper compares Chinese t radit ional -f uju. st udies wit h Rhetorical Structure T heory, finding
there are many similarities and also some diff erences. T his paper poses the quest ion of w hy Chinese
tradit ional -fuju. studies w hich have cont inued to achieve int erest ing result s since t he 1950s, remain
relat ively unknow n to scholars in t he int ernat ional linguist ic comm unit y.

Cognate object construction and transitivizing object construction, by L iang J inx i ang , p. 23
What is t radit ionally grouped t og et her under the term of cognat e object is in fact relat ed t o tw o
different grammatical phenomena as reflect ed in cog nate object construction and t ransit ivizing object
const ruct ion. T he paper demonst rat es t he basic diff erences of the t wo const ruct ions and focuses on t he
descript ion and analysis of the sy nt act ic, pragmat ic and semantic characterist ics of cog nat e object con-
st ruct ion. T hrough the introduction of semantic analysis of t he const ruct ion, t he paper discusses t he
possible semant ic foundations for t he syntact ic behavior of sentences.

Syntactic function of onomatopoeic terms in English and Chinese, by Li G uonan , p. 30


Onomatopoeic t erms in English and Chinese, though both imit ative of natural sounds, differ
markedly in parts of speech and syntact ical funct ions due to t he great morpholog ical and st ruct ural dif-
f erences bet w een t he t wo languages. In English, belonging t o nouns or verbs, t hey funct ion as sub-
jects, object s or predicat es, w hile in Chinese, f unctioning most ly as adverbials, att ribut es or comple-
ment s, they display st riking f eatures of adject ives, not w it hst anding t he uncert aint y of t heir parts of
speech. Based on the comparisons, t he paper searches f or t he proper t ransf erence of t heir syntact ical
funct ions in t he course of t ranslat ion betw een English and Chinese.

The relationship of L2 learners. linguistic variables to L2 writing abili ty, by Ma Guanghui & Wen
Qi uf ang , p. 34

T his st udy invest ig at es t he relat ionship of L 2 learners. linguist ic variables to L 2 w rit ing ability .
T he L2 learners. linguist ic variables include L 1 w rit ing abilit y and variables of L2 proficiency. T he
st udy found that L 1 w riting abilit y, L 2 speaking abilit y and L2 product ive vocabulary t oget her could
explain 73% of the v ariance of L2 writ ing abilit y. L 2 comprehension variables had no direct ef fects on
L2 w rit ing abilit y. Besides, diff erent groups of L 2 prof iciency show ed dif ferent models concerning t he
relat ionship among L1 w rit ing ability, L 2 prof iciency and L2 w rit ing ability.

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