A Study of the Acquisition of Chinese Resultative Verb Complements and Corresponding Teaching Strategies
結果補語 ； 標記 ； 教學技巧 ； 語言習得 ； resultative verb complement ； markedness ； teaching strategy ； language acquisition
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11卷1期（2014 / 03 / 01）
1 - 31
The structure of Chinese resultative verb complements is composed of two verbs in which the first verb indicates the causal activity and the second one indicates the result of the action, and is formed productively and used extensively in Chinese. Since the semantic relations of the verbs in the structure with the subject and object in sentences are various and complex, it is always difficult for students who study Chinese as a second language to acquire this structure. This study discusses the types of Chinese RVC that appear in the first-year Chinese textbook Integrated Chinese and the linguistic features of each type of RVC, and has found that there are varying degrees of difficulty in producing Chinese sentences containing different types of RVC through surveys administered to both students who have finished their first-year of Chinese study and some native Chinese speakers. A form of RVC containing less marked linguistic features is relatively easy to learn, and the percentage of producing it is higher; while a form of R VC containing more marked linguistic features is difficult, and the percentage of producing it is lower. By knowing the different features of each type of RVC, various and appropriate teaching strategies can be designed for the different patterns of Chinese RVC.
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