从甚词的角度看19世纪末20世纪初沪语新派老派的分布

Translated title of the contribution: Division of the Old and New Shanghai Dialects between the End of 19th Century and the Beginning of 20th Century from the View of Intensifiers

张美兰, 战浩

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Abstract

《土话指南》、《沪语指南》同是北京官话《官话指南》的沪语译文。文章利用《土话指南》、《沪语指南》的异文材料,对其中的甚词进行对比研究,以此揭示19世纪末20世纪初沪语甚词的使用面貌以及与官话甚词的主要差异。研究显示,这两个版本间沪语甚词的用法差异已经表现出当时沪语部分甚词新派与老派用法的分野;其中甚词后置与前置语序、方言特征词与通用词的选择等都是导致新老派分化的因素。

The books The Guide to Tuhua and The Guide to Shanghainese both are Shanghainese versions of the book [WT5BX]The Guide to Guanhua[WT5BZ], which is a guide to learners of Beijing Mandarin. This paper makes a comparative study on the intensifiers in both books based on variant characters found in the books, aiming to illustrate the usage of intensifiers in Shanghainese between the periods of late 19th century and the early 20th century and demonstrate their main differences from the intensifiers in Mandarin. This paper holds that the different usage of Shanghainese intensifiers in these two versions have already revealed the division between old and new usages of some Shanghainese intensifiers. The preposition and postposition of the intensifiers using as attributives and the choice of words in local dialects and the common language have contributed to the division of the old and new usages.
Translated title of the contributionDivision of the Old and New Shanghai Dialects between the End of 19th Century and the Beginning of 20th Century from the View of Intensifiers
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)530-540
Number of pages11
Journal语言科学
Volume17
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 17 Sep 2018

User-Defined Keywords

  • 《官话指南》
  • 《土话指南》
  • 《沪语指南》
  • 甚词
  • 沪语
  • 新派老派分野
  • The Guide to Guanhua
  • The Guide to Tuhua
  • The Guide to Shanghainese
  • intensifier
  • Shanghainese
  • division between the new and the old

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