Korean Language, The
This book describes the structure and history of the Korean language, ranging from its cultural and sociological setting, writing system, and modern dialects, to how Koreans themselves view their language and its role in society. An accessible, comprehensive source of information on the Korean language, Lee and Ramsey’s work is an important resource for all those interested in Korean history and culture, offering information not readily available elsewhere in the English-language literature.
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adnominal adverb basic century Ch’oe chayk Cheju Chinese characters Cholla classiﬁers completely compounds consonant contrast copula difﬁcult distinctions English example eykey eyse ﬁfteenth ﬁnal endings ﬁrst ﬁve function grammatical haksayng Hamgyong Hangul Hangul orthography honoriﬁc system Hunmin Iksop inﬂuence kkeyse Korean alphabet Korean language Korean words kugyol Kyongsang letters linguistic Literary Chinese marker meaning Middle Korean Minho Minsu Modern Korean modiﬁed morpheme native noun phrase object exaltation one’s orthography P’yongan panmal passive person pheme phonemic phonological plain style polite style predicate preﬁnal ending pronounced pronunciation rean reduplicative reﬂected reinforced represent Sejong semiformal style Sensayng-nim sentence Seoul Silla Sino-Korean sound South Korea speaker special particles speech style standard language structure sufﬁx Suni Swun.i syllable symbols tangsin tayk tense tion transcribed usage verb stem verbs and adjectives vocabulary vowel length writing system written wuli Yale Romanization Yengi