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    1. 1.Chang, Miao-hsia. (張妙霞) 1998. The Discourse Functions of Taiwanese Kong in Relation to Its Grammaticalization. 第二屆台灣語言國際研討會論文選集. 111-127.
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    2. 2.Cheng, Robert L. 1981. Taiwanese ‘u’ and Mandarin ‘you’. Papers from the 1979 Asian and Pacific Conference on Linguistics and Language Teaching. (Taipei: Student Book Co. 141-180). 台、華語的時空、疑問與否定(Taiwanese and Madarin Structures and Their Developmental Trends in Taiwan III: Temporal and Spatial Relations, Questions and Negatives in Taiwanese and Madarin). 191-230. 台北: 遠流出版社。(Taipei: Yuan-Liou Publishing Co. Ltd.)
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    3. 3.______________ 1985. A comparison of Taiwanese, Taiwan Mandarin, and Peking Mandarin, Language. 61.2:352-377.
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    4. 11.Rickford, John R. 1987. Dimensions of a Creole continuum: history, texts & linguistic analysis of Guyanese Creole. Stanford University Press.
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    5. 15.______________1982. Disposal Structure in Amoy. Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology Academic Sinica in Memory of the Late Dr. Yuen Ren Chao. 53.2:331-352.
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