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Politeness Levels in Japanese http://www.jref.com/......nese.shtml
Unlike most western languages, Japanese has an extensive grammatical system to express politeness and formality.
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Keigo the Honorifics Language http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2049.html
About Keigo, the honorific, Japanese language.
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Honorific Japanese http://www.thejapane......rkeigo.htm
There are actually several types of Honorific Japanese. Today, we will take a look at words used to exalt the person being spoken to, and words used to to humble yourself.
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Fumiko's Keigo http://www2.tokuyama......umiko.html
Keigo reflects the speaker's consideration, and keigo changes depending on the situation in which the speaker use the language. It is important to be....
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Honorifics http://en.wikibooks.......Honorifics
In American and other Western societies, hierarchy is based on supposed skill level and theoretically, everyone has equal opportunity. In Japanese society, by contrast....
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About.com Honorifics http://japanese.abou......052297.htm
Honorific Language: A key characteristic of the Japanese Language is keigo (honorific language), from your Japanese Guide
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Language of Politeness http://search.japant......0725dr.htm
Keigo is often thought of as a separate kind of Japanese (often called "polite speech," "honorifics," or the like) that is used to show respect to whoever is being addressed.
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Wikipedia Honorifics http://en.wikipedia.......honorifics
Honorific speech is speech which shows respect. Japanese has many honorifics, and their use is mandatory in many social situations. Honorifics in Japanese may be used to emphasise
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JLPT Keigo http://www.jlpt-kanji.com/keigo.php
Japanese language study tool based on JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) kanji and vocabulary lists. Full Jouyou kanji covered.
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Jekai Keigo http://www.jekai.org......00no31.htm
Keigo, often called honorific speech, is important in Japanese to indicate social status and respect. The grammar and words used in keigo differ from those in normal speech.
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Keigo Quiz http://www.spurrymos......keigo.html
Randomly displays quiz questions then grades you when youo click finish. Take the test several times and each time you'll get new questions.
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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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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.
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Japanese is Possible http://maktos.jimmyseal.net/jip.html
Your home for Japanese language, culture, video games, and anime.
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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.
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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.
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te aru / te oku http://homepage3.nif......on-e33.htm
The difference in the troublesome pair of tearu and teoku explained.
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Learn Japanese Language http://www.learn-jap......akana.com/
Learn to speak, read, and write Japanese language - Kanji, Hiragana, and Katakana Symbols
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Honorifics O & Go http://www.as.ua.edu......ammar5.htm
The kanji character εΎ‘ 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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Keigo, Honorifics http://www.as.ua.edu......lchart.htm
How to use Keigo. How does keigo work? When do you use humble and honorific? You must review the Keigo Essay in Core Module 3, and here is a quick reference for you to commit to memory:
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