List of Tables xi
List of Tables Table 1 Dif ferent Kinds of Hojo-Doushi in Japanese 17 Table 2 Modalities in Logic and their Operators 20 Table 3 Characteristic Features of the Pragmatic Mode of Utterance Structure in Comparison with the Syntactic Mode of Utterance Structure 60 Table 4 Levels of Development of the Learner Language in the Scale Suggested by Dif ferent Studies, and the Correspondence between the Levels of Learner’s Language in Dif ferent Studies 66 Table 5 Relationship between the Two Types of Modariti: Genpyou Jitai Meate no Modariti and Hatsuwa Dentatsu no Modariti 88 Table 6 Correspondence of Terminology from Matthews (1991), Nitta (2000) and Nihongo Kijutsu Bunpou Kenkyuukai (2003) 97 Table 7 Pattern of Cliticization of Final Particles to the Sentences Ending in Nominal (e.g. gakusei) and Verbal (e.g. asobu) Form 109 Table 8 Pattern of Verbal Form suru (to do) and desu (to be) in Futsuu-tai and Teinei-tai 111 Table 9 Relationship among Dif ferent Types of Modariti 112 Table 10 Derivational/Inf lectional Forms of Verb kaku [to write] 124 Table 11 Derivational Forms of Adjective/Verb to which the Modalizers of Ninshiki No Modariti Are Suf fixed 125 Table 12 Forms of Noun/na-Adjective+desu, to which Deontic Modalizers Are Suf fixed 126 Table 13 Derivational Forms of Verb to which Deontic Modalizers are Suf fixed in the Formation of Modal Constituents 127
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