Rethinking metalinguistic labels: spatio-temporal metalinguistic terms in learners’ dictionaries of Japanese expressions
Keywords:Japanese, metalinguistic label, semantic/functional index, grammar/expression dictionaries
AbstractPaper examines spatio-temporal metalinguistic terms in learners’ dictionaries of Japanese expressions in major existing dictionaries. Based on the analysis it proposes a layered metalinguistic labelling solution to achieve the greates efficiency with the smallest possible number of labels being employed.
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