Aspect and modal meanings of auxiliary verbs in Korean language
Keywords:aspect verbs, auxiliary verb, beginning aspect, completion aspect, continuity aspect, grammatical meaning, lexical and grammatical aspect, modality of the speaker’s thought, modality of the subject’s thought, prepositional verb
This article is devoted to the use of auxiliary verbs in the Korean language in the sense of aspect and modality. The article presents the views of Korean linguists and other foreign linguists on aspects and modal meanings. It also provides information on the types of aspect and modal forms.
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