Pronouns of Zichang Dialect in the Jin Dialect

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 35 (2):158-162 (2005)

Long description of sub-dialect of pronouns. Sub-dialect of pronouns in the long term rich chorus; personal pronouns have a certain number and format of the form; pronouns in nearly pronouns refer to the premises, middle and far refer to the difference between one-third, one-third of the other pronouns is not the case. The author of this article gives a description of the pronouns used in Zichang dialect of the Jin Dialect, which reveals that this dialect has some noticeable features in this aspect, eg its pronouns are rich in compound-syllabic words; its personal pronouns have certain forms of number and case; and its demonstrative pronouns of places have three-deictic functions, ie referring to something close, far and farther, while other deictic words have no such trichotomic distinction
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