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《Journal of Jiamusi Vocational Institute》 2018-01
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On the Similarities and Differences Between Chinese and Japanese Expressions in Verbs as Predicates

Jia Juan;School of foreign languages, Jilin Normal University;  
Verbs are expressions of action, behavior, psychological activity or existence, change, disappearance and so on, which generally act as predicates in sentences. The similarities and differences of Japanese expressions in verbs in passive sentences.
【CateGory Index】: H146;H36
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