- 関西大学外国語学部紀要 (ISSN:18839355)
- no.2, pp.1-12, 2010-03
29 Japanese university students and 34 non-native speakers of Japanese learners (27 Chinese and 7 Koreans learning at Japanese university) wrote short sentences using 'na' adjective with suffix 'teki'. As a result, the following was clarified:(1) Japanese native university students tend to prefer 'temporary use' to 'fixed use' of suffix "teki." Most of temporary use occurs due to extension of semantic usage which appears as 'teki ni (wa).' (2) As non-native Japanese learners are learning Japanese under complex environment of classroom and natural settings, they are supposed to experience extensional use.On the contrary, all their sentences adopted the fixed use except for errors. (3) Non-native Japanese learners' errors take place due to the confusion of na-adjective with 'teki' with the adjective with non-'teki' and due to the violation of co-occurrence restriction.