Journal of Chaohu University ›› 2021, Vol. 23 ›› Issue (2): 126-132.doi: 10.12152/j.issn.1672-2868.2021.02.018

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Grammatical Analysis of Non-Subjective-Predicate Sentences

LU Chang-ping:School of Liberal Arts, Anhui Normal University   

  1. School of Liberal Arts, Anhui Normal University, Wuhu Anhui 241002
  • Received:2020-09-19 Online:2021-03-25 Published:2021-06-03

Abstract: Chinese single sentence patterns are divided into subject-predicate sentences and non-subject-predicate sentences. The division has sufficient scientific and practical basis. Non-subject-predicate sentence is a sentence without a subject-predicate pattern, and its attribute is not entirely predicate. When we classify a lower class of a non-subject-predicate sentence, we should adhere to the standard of syntactic structure and name it according to the first level's structural relation. The semantic direction of a non-subject-predicate sentence is different from that of a subject-predicate sentence. The semantic object of a certain component in a sentence may be inside or outside the sentence. The topic of a non-subject-predicate sentence may exist outside the sentence, but the focus of the sentence can only be in the sentence.

Key words: non-subjective-predicate sentences, syntax, semantics and pragmatics, assessment speech

CLC Number: 

  • H043