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Written with Western readers in mind, this concise but comprehensive reference grammar covers many aspects of modern standard Korean, ranging from detailed descriptions of speech sounds, intonation, and rhythm in relation to grammar and syntax, to in-depth analysis of verb structure and the verbal phrase. Numerous examples and illustrations are also included.
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Hansol H. B. Lee, Professor of Phonetics and Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, and Director of Language Research Institute, Seoul National University.Review:
'The book is one of very few thorough descriptions of Korean written in English. Lee's Korean Grammar, therefore, is a welcome publication to those who are interested in the Korean language. The book presents a comprehensive description of Korean grammar with a wealth of illustrative examples. Lee's Korean Grammar contains a wealth of information and is a good introduction to the structure of Korean. And it makes a signifcant contribution to the study of Korean. Thanks to its numerous data and illustrative descriptions, this book should be a valuable reference book of Korean grammar.' Shin-Sook Kim, University of Tubingen, Linguistics 30 (1992)
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Book Description School of Oriental and African, 1989. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110197136060
Book Description School of Oriental and African Studies, 1989. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0197136060