Making Sense Of Japanese Grammar

Author: Zeljko Cipris
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824825836
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This volume may be used as a supplementary classroom reading or a helpful reference for students of all levels.

Making Sense Of Japanese

Author: Jay Rubin
Publisher: Kodansha USA Incorporated
ISBN: 9781568364926
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Previously known as Gone Fishin', this book has brought Jay Rubin more feedback than any of his literary translations or scholarly tomes, "even if," he says, "you discount the hate mail from spin-casters and the stray gill-netter.

The Grammar Of Japanese Mimetics

Author: Noriko Iwasaki
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317295781
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Iconic semantics in phonology: A corpus study of Japanese mimetics. Provo, UT:
Brigham Young University MA thesis. Cipris, Zeljko & Shoko Hamano. 2002.
Making sense of Japanese grammar. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. Endo
, Yoshio. 1992. Lexical categories reconsidered. Unpublished manuscript,
available online at http://kamome.lib.ynu.ac.jp/dspace/bitstream/10131/2813/1/
KJ00004463567.pdf. Frellesvig, Bjarke. 2010. A history of the Japanese
language.

Elements Of Japanese Grammar

Author: Sir Rutherford Alcock
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If there be an idea of accordance it would be, 9-§(t\\S) Arérlémo “though there be,
" or Q-53.-t-QJ Arnotunm; or again Ar0oto-iyé-d0mg_ ' Imperative. W; A1-é (or Q-
ME Aron less used). It is to be observed that the imperative is a form of speech,
which appears to belittle used by the Japanese: the same sense is conveyed in
speech from one person to another by paraphrases, making the command a
request or prayer. If for instance, we had to say be silent, speaking to some one
under our ...

Elements Of Japanese Grammar For The Use Of Beginners

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It is to be observed that the imperative is a form of speech, which appears to be
little used by the Japanese: the same sense is conveyed in speech from one
person to another by paraphrases, making the command a request or prayer. If
for instance, we had to say be silent, speaking to some one under our orders of
an inferior class, it would be &W, .S. Damaré or &W, Ti Damaro, but to any one
above that, it would be conveyed as a request, “Do me the favour to be quiet a
moment,” ,Yo ...

A Grammar Of The Japanese Spoken Language

Author: William George Aston
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... stop in reasonable time, it would be a good thing, but— (I don't expect it will).
After tokoro, ga has a somewhat similar force. Kiite mita tokoro ga. Upon making
inquiries — (a having heard seen place pause) Tokoro ga or daga (for de aru ga)
at the beginning of a sentence means 'this being so,' ' upon this,' 'well then.' § 114
. Gena is found after verbs in the sense PARTICLES. I25.

Using Japanese

Author: William McClure
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521646147
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Grammar. and. verbal. strategies. In a very broad sense, all Japanese sentences
consist of nouns which are related to their verbs by particles. Nouns, verbs, and
whole sentences can be modified by adjectives, adverbs, and relative clauses (
which are themselves sentences). This chapter will touch on each of these ...
When making a request in English, we can contrast "Get out!," "Please leave,"
and "Won't you please leave me alone for a while." In Japanese as in English,
there are a ...

Reading In Asian Languages

Author: Kenneth S. Goodman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136682643
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Making Sense of Written Texts in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Kenneth S.
Goodman, Shaomei Wang, Mieko Iventosch, Yetta M. Goodman ... In the process,
she provides important insights into fundamental issues inthe studyof Chinese
grammar as she explores controversies over thebasic issue of misapplication
ofIndoEuropean language concepts to the studyofChinese. Shesettleson
character andclause as the most appropriate language units and challenges
terms like ...

Author: Cheng'en Wu
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Images Of Japanese Society Hb

Author: Ross Mouer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136189971
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Itis thishigh levelof abstraction inthe languagewhich has lent Japanese its
tremendous flexibility, making it possible to introduce notonly foreign ideas and
concepts, but, as gairaigo, the very foreign words themselves. The ability to
dealin abstracts has also madeit possible for Japanese to excel in learning
foreign languages. Nearly all students at university studya foreign language
inJapan, whereas only 8 percent of American universities requirea language
forgraduation. As Magofuku ...