Dr Hong Cai

Lecturer
Dr Hong Cai
  Org Unit Asian Studies
  Email hong.cai@adelaide.edu.au
  Telephone +61 8 8313 2598
  Location Floor/Room 6 41 ,  Kenneth Wills Building ,   North Terrace

PhD (The University of Queensland)

Hong Cai teaches in the areas of Chinese language, linguistics and translation.

Her research interests include Chinese dialectology, functional syntax, semantics, pragmatics, historical linguistics, Chinese sociolinguisitcs, discourse analysis, Translation Studies and Chinese Language Acquisition.

 

PEER-REVIEWED PAPERS

Cai, H. (2013a). Corpora and other syntactic elicitation methods in a study of the aspectual system in Gong’an Dialect, Dialectologia, 11:85–105. (Dialectologia is a double-blind external peer-reviewed journal, publishing studies on linguistic variation, geolinguistics, methodology, synchronic and diachronic dialectal data, new technologies, social dialectology, etc. It is based at the University of Barcelona, Spain)

Cai, H. (2013b). A Comparative Study of Gong’an Dialect: An Introduction,Kaleidoscope, 5(1):17–32. (Kaleidoscope is an interdisciplinary postgraduate journal of the Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University, UK)

Cai, H. (2005a). Multi–dimensional Comparison of  Adverbs “Wang Wang”  and  “Chang Chang”, in Lixin Jin (ed.), Differentiation and Analysis of Function Words in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, 7–24, Beijing: Peking University Press.

Cai, H. (2005b). A Diachronic Study of the Color Lexicon in Chinese, in Dechun Wang (Ed.), Collection of Research Papers on Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, 4:236–248, Shanghai: Academia Press.

Cai, H. (2005c). A Corpus–based Study of the Chinese Interrogative Adverbs ‘Mo Fei’ and ‘Nan Dao’, in Youfu Wu (Ed.), Foreign Language and Culture Studies 5:208–319 Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press.

DICTIONARY

Cai, H. (2009a). A Learner’s Dictionary of Chinese Idioms (ed. Jinhua Yang). Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House.

TEXTBOOKS

Cai, H. (2009a). Chinese New Vision: College Chinese Course (Textbook & Workbook) Vol. 4 (eds. Lixin Jin & Zhuyi Meng). Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press.

Cai, H. (2009b). Chinese New Vision: College Chinese Course (Teacher's Book)Vol. 4 (eds. Lixin Jin & Zhuyi Meng). Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press.

Cai, H. (2007a). Chinese New Vision: College Chinese Course (Textbook & Workbook) Vol. 3 (eds. Lixin Jin & Zhuyi Meng). Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press.

Cai, H. (2007b). Chinese New Vision: College Chinese Course (Teacher's Book)Vol. 3 (eds. Lixin Jin & Zhuyi Meng). Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press.

Cai, H. (2007c). Chinese New Vision: College Chinese Course (Textbook & Workbook) Vol. 2 (eds. Lixin Jin & Zhuyi Meng). Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press.

Cai, H. (2007d). Chinese New Vision: College Chinese Course (Teacher's Book)Vol. 2 (eds. Lixin Jin & Zhuyi Meng). Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press.

Cai, H. (2007e). Chinese New Vision: College Chinese Course (Textbook & Workbook) Vol. 1 (eds. Lixin Jin & Zhuyi Meng). Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press.

Cai, H. (2007f). Chinese New Vision: College Chinese Course (Teacher's Book) Vol. 1 (eds. Lixin Jin & Zhuyi Meng). Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press.

The Australian Linguistic Society

The International Society for Chinese Language Teaching

The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters

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