묻고답하기

제목Occurring principle of sentences
작성자김용완조회수61날짜2014/10/27

 

People speak sentences with the rhythm of tense/resonating the SPHENOIDAL sinuses /SS for the odd-order sentence words (I.E. I/there/him of “I go there with him”) and tense/resonating the Upper chest just below the neck/throat /uCh for the odd-order sentence words (I.E. go/with of “I go there with him”).

 

“I go there with him”  >>  “I/SS  go/uCh  there/SS  with/uCh  him/SS”

 

 

“I am coming”  <<  “I/uCh go/SS”                              (I go)

 

But if/when speaking “I go” with the rhythm of “I/uCh go/SS” (instead of “I/SS go/uCh“),

“I am coming” is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.

 

 

“Sit down”  <<  “You/uCh sit/SS down/uCh“                    (You sit down)

 

“Do sit down”  <<  “Sit/uCh down/SS”                          (Sit down)

“Please sit down”  <<  (Sit-down)/uCh                          (Sit down)

“Sit down please”  <<  (Sit-down)/SS                           (Sit down)

 

If/when speaking (all words of) “Sit down” tense/resonating the Upper chest just below the neck/throat /uCh (that is, “Sit/uCh down/uCh” instead of “Sit/SS down/uCh“),

“Please sit down” is metaphthong/MPh pronounced.

 

 

“Let’s sit down”  <<  “We/uCh sit/SS down/uCh“                (We sit down)

 

“Do you sit down?”  <<  (You-sit-down)/uCh                    (You sit down)

“Does she sit down”"  <<  (She-sits-down)/uCh                 (She sits down)

 

“You will sit down”  <<  (You-sit-down)/SS                      (You sit down)

“I shall sit down”  <<  (I-sit-down)/SS                           (I sit down)

 

“Will you sit down?”  <<  “You/uCh wil/SSl sit/uCh down/SS”             (You will sit down)

 

 

“Does he sit now comfortably on a chair for rest?”  <<  (He-sits-now-comfortably-on-a-chair-for-rest.)/uCh

 

“When does he sit comfortably on a chair for rest?”  <<  “(Does-he-sit)/uCh  now/SS  (comfortably-on-a-chair-for-rest?)/uCh

 

“How does he sit now on a chair for rest?”  <<  “(Does-he-sit-now)/uCh  comfortably/SS  (on-a-chair-for-rest)/uCh?”

 

“Where does he sit now comfortably for rest?”  >>  “(Does-he-sit-now-comfortably)/uCh  (on-a-chair)/SS  (for-rest)/uCh?”

 

“Why does he sit now comfortably on a chair?”  <<  “(Does-he-sit-now-comfortably-on-a-chair)/uCh  (for-rest)/SS?”

 

“What does he sit now comfortably on for rest?”  <<  “(Does-he-sit-now-comfortably-on)/uCh  (a-chair)/SS  (for-rest)/uCh?”

 

“On what does he sit now comfortably for rest?”  <<  “(Does-he-sit-now-comfortably)/uCh  on/SS  (a-chair)/uCh  (for-rest)/SS?”

 

“What does he sit now comfortably on a chair for?”  <<  “(Does-he-sit-now-comfortably-on-a-chair-for)/uCh  rest/SS?”

 

“For what does he sit now comfortably on a chair?”  <<  “(Does-he-sit-now-comfortably-on-a-chair)/uCh  for/SS  rest/uCh?”

 

 

>>   She is beautiful.                  (She is a beautiful woman)

 

“Is she beautiful?”  <<  (She-is-beautiful)/uCh

“She will be beautiful”  <<  (She-is-beautiful)/SS

 

“How beautiful she is!”  <<  “(She-is)/SS  beautiful)/uCh

 

“What a beautiful woman she is!”  <<  “(She-is)/SS  (a-beautiful-woman)/uCh

 

“Beautiful!”  <<  (She’s-beautiful)/uCh

“What a beautiful woman!”  <<  (She’s-a-beautiful-woman)/uCh

 

 

 

한국어

 

너는 의자에 앉는다.    너는 의자 위에 앉는다.

 

“너는 의자에 앉는다.”  <<  “너는/SS (의자-위에)/uCh 앉는다/SS.”

 

>>  너는/당신은

 

당신은  <<  (너/Ch + 는)/P

(당신 + 은/Ch)/P  >>  너는

 

>>  앉는다./앉읍니다 (앉즘니다)

 

sit  >>  앉는다/P  >>  앉읍니다 (앉즘니다) /P/Ch  >>  앉습니다 (평안2)

 

앉읍니다 (강원2)  <<  앉즘니다

 

“의자 위에 앉아라”  <<  “너는/uCh 의자/SS 위에/uCh 앉는다/SS”          (너는 의자 위에 앉는다)

“의자에 앉아라”  <<  “너는/uCh 의자/SS 에/uCh 앉는다/SS”          (너는 의자에 앉는다)

 

에  <<  “위에/uCh“   (위/명사 + 에/부사)

 

부사 (평안2)  -  조사 (함경2)

 

부사 (평안2)  <<  “가까이/SS + 에/uCh “       (가까이에)

조사 (함경2)  <<  “가까이/uCh + 에/SS “        (에)

 

 

에  <<  “가까이/uCh + 에/SS “      (가까이에)

근처에

 

너는 :  “너/uCh + 는/SS”  >>  묵음

의자에 :  “의자/uCh + 에/SS”  >>  묵음

 

“의자 위에 앉으세요”  <<  “당신은/uCh 의자/SS 위에/uCh 앉읍니다/SS”           (당신은 의자 위에 앉읍니다)

“의자에 앉으세요”  <<  “당신은/uCh 의자/SS 에/uCh 앉읍니다/SS”           (당신은 의자에 앉읍니다)

 

“의자 위에 앉자”  <<  “우리는/uCh 의자/SS 위에/uCh 앉는다/SS “        (우리는 의자 위에 앉는다)

“의자 위에 앉읍시다 (앉즙시다)”  <<  “우리는/uCh 의자/SS 위에/uCh 앉읍니다/SS”      (우리는 의자 위에 앉읍니다)

 

(당신은 의자에 앉읍니다)/P  >>  (당신은 의자에 앉을겁니다)/S

(당신은 의자 위에 앉읍니다)/P  >>  (당신은 의자 위에 앉을겁니다)/S

 

“의자에 앉겠어요?”  <<  (당신은 의자에 앉을겁니다)/S/SS

“의자에 앉겠습니까?”  <<  (당신은 의자에 앉을겁니다)/P/SS

 

“의자에 앉겠느냐?”  <<  (너는 의자에 앉을거다)/P/SS

 

 

>>    “그 사람은 지금 쉬려고 의자에 편안히 앉는다”

 

“언제 그 사람은 쉬려고 의자에 편안히 앉는가?”  <<  “(그-사람은)/uCh 지금/SS (쉬려고-의자에-편안히-앉는다)/uCh” /S

“왜 그 사람은 지금 의자에 편안히 앉는가?”  <<  “(그-사람은-지금)/uCh 쉬려고/SS (의자에-편안히-앉는다)/uCh

“어디에 그 사람은 지금 쉬려고 편안히 앉는가?”  <<  “(그-사람은-지금-쉬려고)/uCh 의자/SS (에-편안히-앉는다)/uCh

“그 사람은 지금 쉬려고 의자에 어떻게 앉는가?”  <<  “(그-사람은-지금-쉬려고-의자에)/uCh 편안히/SS 앉는다/uCh

 

“그 사람은 지금 무엇을 하려고 의자에 편안히 앉는다”  <<  ”(그-사람은-지금)/uCh 휴식/SS (을-하려고-의자에-편안히-앉는다)/uCh

 

“무엇이 문제인가?”  <<  “그것/SS (이-문제이다)/uCh

 

http://voicespec.com/board.cgi?id=fun&action=view&gul=18&page=1&go_cnt=0

http://voicespec.com/board.cgi?id=fun