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-Chatta & Kagiri http://maktos.tripod.com/jip/week22.html
Your home for Japanese language, culture, video games, and anime.
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Cornell Univ Japanese Lessons http://lrc.cornell.edu/japanese/
Cornell University, Department of Asian Studies, Japanese Program, Kawasaki Japanese Learning Materials
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Diet suru http://www.jekai.org......00np79.htm
Definition: In Japan, the term "diet", is commonly used to mean "to lose weight by any method", not just through controlled diet. For example, exercising in order to lose weight is considered a form of dieto
Added:26 Feb 2006 Clicks:6 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Great List of Grammar Structures http://www.nafai.org......jpphrases/
3.8 Easy/difficult, advantageous, substantial 3.9 Start and finish doing, completion 3.10 Movement (te kuru, te iku) 3.11 From now on, begin to (te iku, te kuru) 3.15 Facts, things generally accepted as 4 Conjunctional phrases 4.1 Reason and cause 4.2 In order to, for, to, so that 4.4 Even, even though, although 4.5 Limiting (Without, because not, not...but, but, instead of)
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Imperative http://japan-studies......rative.php
The imperative form is used to order someone to do something, or to strongly urge someone to do something.
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Indirect Speech & Quoting http://japan-studies......speech.php
Quoting & citing, or direct & indirect speech are constructed with the "citing(to)". The citing (to) is placed after the full sentence which you want to cite, followed by a verb capable of citing like "to say", "to ask", or "to remember".
Added:28 Feb 2006 Clicks:3 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Intransitive vs Transitive Verb Pairs http://www.sf.airnet......MPq0e.html
The rule is simple. The verb suru (to do) means transitivity, and the verb aru (to be) means intransitivity. They were attached to other verbs long ago to show transitivity and intransitivity. They are also related to the causative and passive forms.
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Japanese is Possible http://maktos.jimmyseal.net/jip.html
Your home for Japanese language, culture, video games, and anime.
Added:24 Jun 2006 Clicks:162 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Japanese on-line http://www.hesjapanese.com
Do you love Japanese culture? Just break down the language barrier.Japanese isn’t so hard after all, see it for yourself! I’m inviting you to study, Maiko
Added:28 May 2008 Clicks:209 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Learning Japanese Blog http://www.ideogramme.ca/japan/
A wonderfully clever blog about learning Japanese. As grammar is learned the author explains why it was confusing and how it was resolved. Much better than the standard textbook style method.
Added:25 Jun 2006 Clicks:375 Rating:9.75 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Module Grammar http://www.gu.edu.au......frame.html
School of Languages and Linguistics - Modulerized grammar explanations. Independent from any textbook. (Grifith University, Australia)
Added:17 Sep 2007 Clicks:17 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Noun Suffix http://www.jekai.org......00np71.htm
to consider or look upon something as (a problem etc.), to take the perspective that...
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Noun-Forming Suffix http://www.jekai.org......00np72.htm
Banare - indicates separation from, loss of interest in, independence of, a distancing (of oneself) from, disillusionment with, or alienation from (something)
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Nuance Defining Verb http://www.jekai.org......00np73.htm
For forming compound verbs. Wakeru - to make distinctions, to differentiate (between); to use (A) and (B) for different purposes:
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Quick & Dirty Japanese http://www.csse.mona......adgtj.html
The Quick and Dirty Guide to Japanese is a canonical classic of the Internet community. Posted years ago on the sci.lang.japan newsgroup, this guide appears in a multitude of pages written by folks such as myself, devoted to the learning of the Japanese language.
Added:24 Jun 2006 Clicks:47 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Sakura Exercises http://www.arts.mona....../home.html
This site is intended for use by beginning level students of Japanese at Berwick Campus of Monash University in Australia. However, it is also available for general use.
Added:24 Jun 2006 Clicks:63 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
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".
Added:21 Sep 2007 Clicks:7 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Yookoso Portal http://www.yookoso.com/
Yookoso! is a portal for those who study Japanese language (Nihongo) and writing (Kanji) and those who want to travel to Japan or learn more about Japanese culture, life, music (JPOP) and more
Added:26 Apr 2006 Clicks:106 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site

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