Samuel E. Martin
List of John Benjamins publications for which Samuel E. Martin plays a role.
What do Japanese and Korean Have in Common? The History of Certain Grammaticalizations Korean Linguistics 13, pp. 219–2342006
Abstract. Many of the verb endings of modern Japanese and Korean have been created by contracting structures that consist of the stem + attached strings of particles and auxiliaries. Most of the auxiliaries have been taken from free verb stems that were grammaticalized for special purposes. Though… read more | Article
This paper was presented under the title "How has the Korean vowel system changed through time?" at the 11 th International Conference on Korean Linguistics (Honolulu, July 1998). There are three parts: (1) on Korean vowel harmony; (2) on the hypothesis that the values of the modem vowel system is… read more | Article
This is a revision of "LCT: Corrigenda and Addenda", Korean Linguistics 5:131-8. Newly added lines are marked with | in the left margin. The other lines contain the same information as before, with minor corrections and editing. A raised double dot ·· (the dieresis or umlaut) now marks the low… read more | Article