Absence and Redundancy of Simple Prepositions Committed by Chinese EFL Learners——A Corpus-based Research
Liu Xuemin*Liu Yuhua (*English Department, Jinan University, Guangzhou 510632,China )
It's hard for Chinese EFL learners to master simple prepositions. When they use them, “absence”and “redundancy”often happen. After detailed research and analysis, we found the absence and redundancy rate of “in”,“of”and “to”are highest, absence and redundancy of simple prepositions committed by Chinese EFL learners are in direct proportion, on the other hand, the commitment of absence and redundancy are inversely proportional to English proficiency level.
【CateGory Index】： H319