Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Wakayama University. Humanities science 56
2006-02-28 発行

A Study of Current Japanese Passive Sentences; using Contrastive Analysis with Korean

現代日本語の文学作品における受身文の研究 : 韓国語との対応関係分析を中心として
千 英子
柏原 卓
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We investigated the Korean translations of the four Japanese novels in order to find out how they translated the Japanese passive sentences into Korean. The results are as follows: 1. The Japanese 563 (100%) passive sentences are translated into 299 (52.6%) passive sentences, 213 (37.5%) active sentences, and 56 (9.9%) other sentences. 2. When we examine the Japanese passive sentences translated into active in Korean, we find that 208 sentences contain transitive verbs and 5 sentences contain intransitive verbs. Percentage of transitive verb sentences is 36.9 (208
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