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    Title: 一碗湯、一個湯:單位詞與物化詞
    Other Titles: Yi-wan Tang, Yi-gi Tang: Classifiers and Mssifiers
    Authors: 鄭禮珊;司馬翎;Lisa L.-S. Cheng;Rint Sybesma
    Date: 1998/09
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1998,new,28,n.3,p385.
    Keywords: 物化詞
    單位詞
    Abstract: In this paper, we investigate the grammar of constructions involving classifiers in Mandarin Chinese. We argue that there are two types of classifiers, count-classifiers and mass-classifiers (massifiers), both involving their own structure. They display different grammatical behavior, which can be explained in terms of their different grammatical structure. One of our conclusions is that in Chinese, the difference between mass nouns and count nouns is grammatically reflected at the level of the classifier (contrasting with Indo-European languages, where you find count-mass distinctions reflected at the level of the noun).
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