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  1. Japanese Demystified: A Self-Teaching Guide by Eriko Sato, 2008-05-06
  2. SPEAK JAPANESE TODAY -- A Little Language Goes a Long Way! (Volume 2) by Boye Lafayette De Mente, 2009-10-10
  3. Diego Collado's Grammar of the Japanese Language by Diego Collado, 2010-03-07
  4. Japanese, Basic: Learn to Speak and Understand Japanese with Pimsleur Language Programs (Simon & Schuster's) by Pimsleur, 2005-11-01
  5. Making Sense of Japanese: What the Textbooks Don't Tell You (Power Japanese Series) (Kodansha's Children's Classics) by Jay Rubin, 2002-03-01
  6. Japanese for Dummies AUDIO+CD by Eriko Sato, 2002-05-15
  7. Japanese Sentence Patterns for Effective Communication: A Self-Study Course and Reference by Taeko Kamiya, 2005-12-01
  8. Japanese, The Spoken Language: Part 2 (Yale Language Series) (Pt. 2) by Professor Eleanor Harz Jorden, 1988-05-25
  9. Japanese Grammar (Grammar series) by Carol Akiyama, Nobuo Akiyama, 1991-08
  10. The Ultimate Japanese Phrasebook: 1800 Sentences for Everyday Use Incl. CD by Kit Pancoast Nagamura, Kyoko Tsuchiya, 2010-02-01
  11. Japanese: The Spoken Language: Faculty Guide (Yale Language Series) by Associate Professor Mari Noda, 1998-05-25
  12. Japanese, The Spoken Language: Part 3 (Yale Language Series) (Pt.3) by Professor Eleanor Harz Jorden, 1990-09-10
  13. Beginner's Japanese with 2 Audio CDs (Hippocrene Beginner's Series) by Joanne Redmond Claypoole, 2006-05-15
  14. Business Japanese: Over 1,700 Essential Business Terms in Japanese (Tuttle Language Library) by Reiko Suzuki, Are Hajikano, et all 2006-03-15

1. Japanese Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Jump to: navigation search The references in this article would be clearer with a different or consistent style of citation footnoting , or external linking Not to be confused with the Javanese language Japanese
Nihongo Nihongo Japanese ) in Japanese script Pronunciation [ɲihoŋɡo] Majority: Japan
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plays major role Language codes ISO 639-1 ja ISO 639-2 jpn ISO 639-3 jpn Note : This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode Japanese Nihongo help info is a language spoken by over 140 million people in Japan and in Japanese emigrant communities around the world. It is related to the Ryukyuan languages , but there is no widely accepted evidence of a relationship with any other languages . It is an agglutinative language and is distinguished by a complex system of honorifics reflecting the hierarchical nature of Japanese society, with verb forms and particular vocabulary to indicate the relative status of speaker and listener. The sound inventory of Japanese is relatively small, and has a lexically distinct

2. Particle Exercises
GENKI Vol.1. Particle Exercises. Particles play an important role in the Japanese language. Nonetheless, they are one of the most challenging aspects of the
GENKI Vol.1 Particle Exercises Particles play an important role in the Japanese language.
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This website offers particle exercises to students taking Beginning Japanese at the University of Minnesota. JPN 1011 JPN 1012 Lesson 7 Lesson 3 Lesson 8 Lesson 4 ... Lesson 12 For more information on particles, see the reference section Created :07/22/05
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3. Japanese Language - MSN Encarta
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7. Japanese Language & Characters - Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji
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There was no peculiar character in Japan originally. Based on the Kanji imported from China, predecessors took pains and adapted the Chinese character to Japanese in the Nara period(710-794). The Chinese character used thus is called "Manyogana". ("Manyogana" were used for old books, such as "Manyoshu", "Kojiki", and "Nihonshoki". However, it is too difficult for general people to read "Manyogana" now.) The Japanese notation of the Kana character (Hiragana, Katakana) was produced based on this "Manyogana." Then, the character culture peculiar to Japan different from China progressed.
Japanese consists of three different character sets. Many persons say, "Japanese language is difficult". One of the reason might be the kanji. However, the Kanji can be written in Kana characters. And, the Kanji is unnecessary when talking. "Japanese language education" of Japan starts from the study of Kana characters. All Kanji are not mastered even if it is a Japanese. In short, if you mastered the "Kana character" which is the alphabet of the Japanese language and know the words, you can do communication to some extent.
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11. The Price Of Tradition
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This excerpt from The Fifth Generation Fallacy: Why Japan is Betting Its Future on Artificial Intelligence 1987 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Used by permission of Oxford University Press, Inc. At one level, the answer is obvious: kanji are part of Japanese culture; Japanese don't want to give them up just because of computers. But this is inadequate: there are many areas of Japanese life in which people seem quite happy to let kanji usage fall into decline. The use of kana and r maji where kanji were once de rigueur is now accepted practice in Japanese typography. The mass media are using ever greater numbers of gairaigo ( Passin 1980 : 48). Chinese-style word formation is fast losing its position as the principal means of making up new words for new things and ideas ( Passin 1980 Kabashima 1981 ). In most situations, Japanese have abandoned Chinese methods of writing numbers and calculations. No one seems to feel that these things are detrimental to Japanese culture. But the suggestion that it might be wise to use standard alphanumerics in those computer applications that do not specifically require kanji output leaves most Japanese bewildered. Almost everyone seems willing and able to recite a whole litany of reasons for retaining kanji: The language contains too many homonyms to be written phonetically. The native vocabulary, after centuries of erosion by Chinese, is too impoverished to meet the needs of a modern society. Japanese ways of thinking depend on schooling in kanji. All such statements (these are but a sampling) are simply false. Why do the Japanese keep repeating them?

12. Japanese - Hiragana, Katakana, Kanji, Romaji
The Japanese language (Nihongo). Japanese is spoken by 126 million people mainly in Japan but also in 26 other countries including American Samoa,
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Japanese is spoken by 126 million people mainly in Japan but also in 26 other countries including American Samoa, Argentina, Australia, Belize, Brazil, Canada, Dominican Republic, Germany, Guam, Mexico, Micronesia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines and Taiwan. Japanese has no known linguistic relatives though is possibly distantly related to the Altaic family of languages, which includes Korean, Mongolian and Turkic languages. Japanese is not related to Chinese, though it does contain a huge number of Chinese 'loan' words, in fact perhaps 50% of the words used in Japanse are of Chinese origin. Since the mid 18th century the Japanese have adopted a huge amount of gairaigo : foreign words mainly from English. These include (table), (beer), gurasu (glass), aisu (ice), (taxi) and hoteru (hotel). There are also a few words from Portuguese, Dutch and Spanish, such as

13. Shogun - Center For Japanese Studies - Japanese Language, Culture And Traditions
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"Nihon-go" or "Nippon-go" in Japanese) is the language spoken on the island nation of Japan , in East Asia . A theory about its origin is that Japanese, Mongol, Turkish come from same language family called Altay languages. Japanese is a synthetic, agglutinative language. That means that a Japanese word has a stem called "body", and a lot of additional parts (called "suffix") to define the meaning of the word. By changing the suffix you can change the meaning of the word. Japanese has only five vowel sounds. They are ah, ee, oo, eh , and o . Japanese has only one sound between L and R, instead of two sounds. That is why it may be difficult for many Japanese to pronounce the English 'R'. Japanese has a sound not often found in English that is usually written Tsu . Also, "o" and "u" can either be short or long. A "long" "o" or "u" would be an extended version. For example, benkyousuru (べんきょうする)(to study).

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