Study on All and Mutually in 100 Buddhist Parables

@inproceedings{Weiqun2004StudyOA,
  title={Study on All and Mutually in 100 Buddhist Parables},
  author={Tang Wei-qun},
  year={2004}
}
All(都) in 100 Buddhist parables are all adverbs of range. According to its points of limit, All(都) may be divided into four categories. Comparing All(都) in 100 Buddhist Parabls with All(都) in modern Chinese , the difference shows as follows: First, when All(都) in 100 Buddhist Parabls points to the predicate, All(都) emphasizes the thoroughgoingness of the action itself. On the contrary, this kind of appliance of All(都) in modern Chinese has disappeared. Secondly, when All(都) in 100 Buddhist… CONTINUE READING