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Particles, Family, and Plurals http://www.as.ua.edu......ammar3.htm
Most Japanese parents address their young children using an abbreviated form of the first name plus -kun for boys or -chan for girls. Using the name suffix -san (Mr/s.) would be weird! First names that are three or four hiragana characters long are usually abbreviated to two characters plus the name suffix:
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Interrogatives http://www.griffith.......usage.html
There are two ways to make interrogative questions. The first expression starts with...
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Literature http://www.logosfree......num_row=20
Logos Free Books
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Kanji Study Guide http://jlpt.u-biq.org/2k2.html
A place for studying JLPT Level 2 Kanji
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Japanese Tutor http://www.japanesetutoronline.com/
Are you willing to learn Japanese? Why don't you start learning with us through the internet? We provide Japanese lessons to English speakers using video chat.
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Noun Conjugation Chart http://www.as.ua.edu......gation.htm
You do not have to change the base forms of nouns at all, just add the interchangeable endings in the chart below. I have put casual forms, (used with your in-group such as family and friends), in green. Note that there are two alternatives for the negative conjugations. The first alternative ends in ~nai or ~nakatta.
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Speed Anki http://www.speedanki.com/
Speedanki is a free online flashcard system for memorizing all the kanji compounds necessary to pass all levels of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. Learn Japanese, read manga in the original language, watch undubbed anime!
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Style & Speech Level http://sa_yoshi.at.i......Style.html
In some subordinate constructions, it is grammatically mandatory to use plain forms, even if the main clause is in the polite form.
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Some Things to Remember http://www.griffith.......opics.html
Grammatically, one of the most misunderstood Japanese words by basic learners may be 「すき」. 「すき」is believed to be an equivalent verb of the English "to like".
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Hundreds of links about culture http://www.jekai.org/aiueoindex.htm
Baseball terms, gestational kanji, medical exam vocabulary, and hundreds of other links about culture and special words in Japanese.
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Sci.Language.Japan FAQ http://mirrors.nihon....../afaq.html
This is a list of questions about the Japanese language that have been asked repeatedly on the Usenet newsgroup sci.lang.japan, with answers.
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Okayama Study Guide http://www.okayama-u......index.html
Okayama University's Study Guide
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Suffixes & Conjunctions http://www.as.ua.edu......ammar1.htm
Name suffix -san The name suffix "san" can be used after first names or family names to represent "Mr.," "Miss" or "Mrs." It is very important to not use it for your own name! Notice in the dialog that Carlos uses "san" for greeting Mr. Tanaka, and Aiko does not introduce herself using "san."
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No De http://homepage3.nif......on-e45.htm
-node indicating a reason or rationale
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Interrogative Chart http://www.griffith.......tives.html
Japanese interrogatives are used in two ways to make a question: straight way, and soft way...
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Time & Date Help http://myweb.tiscali......e_date.htm
Date counters, Complete list of dates, How to tell the time, How to ask what the time is, Hours of the Day.
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Discriminatory Words http://www.jekai.org......00np30.htm
Most of the sabetsu hyougen that are regarded as particularly problematic in Japanese are those related to social class, physical and mental disabilities, occupations, national and ethnic minorities, and
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Proverbs http://english.kotowaza.org/
Kotowaza.org - First online Japanese - English v.v. proverb dictionary
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Pitfalls of Grammar http://www.jekai.org......00ns00.htm
All languages have pitfalls. The links below offer help on some of these. Ratings are subjective from 1 to 10, with 10 being most difficult.
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Honorifics O & Go http://www.as.ua.edu......ammar5.htm
The kanji character 御 can be added to the front of certain words to not only show honor to the person you are talking to, but also to the words themselves. The character is usually pronounced "o" but in some cases, like goshujin ([your] husband) and gohan, it is pronounced "go."
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