1) locative object
Intransitive motion verbs in both Chinese and English can take locative objects,thus giving rise to constructions with locative objects(CLO for short).
This thesis is to put forward that "jin+locative object" tends to include illocutionary meaning while "qu+locative object" intends to exclude illocutionary meaning.
2) non-location objects
The thesis analyses the issues about the sequences between the compound complements of direction and non-location objects using the linguistic theories.
3) locative resultatives
4) premodifying possessive object
The possessive pronoun or noun in the possessive case indicating the patient is called the premodifying possessive object, which is used in the action-noun or agentive-noun phrase, and the meaning of which is identical with that indicated by the postmodifying possessive object.
5) locative subject
This paper is intended to explore the semantic characteristics and valency features of sentences with locative subjects.
From the perspective of cognitive linguistics this paper is intended to explore the characteristics of sentences with locative subjects and locative subjects proper, one of the key elements of the structure.
6) place words
Tense and aspect markers in Chinese dialects largely come from the grammaticalization of place words.