“构式-语块”理论与国际 汉 语教学研究的新视角——以现 代汉语补语为例 = “Construction-Chunk” Theory and the New Angle of International Chinese Teaching and Research: A Case Analysis on Complements of Mandarin Chinese
Keywords:“构式-语块”；理论；搭配；补语；国际汉语教学 Construction-Chunk Theory, collocation, complements, International Chinese Teaching
In the past fifty years, under the influence
of traditional grammatical study of modern
Chinese, people working in the field of teaching
Chinese as a second language and International
Chinese Teaching have been treating grammar
teaching (i.e. teaching of sentence patterns)
and vocabulary teaching as two independent
parts. As a result, many language units between
lexical words and sentences in real life
communication have been neglected although
these units play an important role in both
vocabulary teaching and sentence pattern
teaching in International Chinese Teaching and
deserve due attention within any teaching
approach. Based on the “Construction-Chunk”
Theory, and guided by the concept of
“collocation”, the article analyses complements of Mandarin Chinese in order to discuss the
function of the “Construction-Chunk” Theory on
International Chinese Teaching and research
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