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Wa vs Ga (0/12) Ni vs De vs E (0/10)
No (0/7) Ka (0/8)
Wo / O (0/7) Kara / Made (0/5)
Yori (0/6) Hodo (0/5)
Dake vs Shika vs Bakari (0/8) Gurai / Goro (0/6)
Demo vs Sae (0/6) Mo vs To (0/10)
Ne / Yo (0/6) Tomo (0/5)
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A Logical Particles http://homepage3.nif......r_part.htm
Particles are very important elements in Japanese, although they generally have a few syllables less than three and no inflections.
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About.com Particles http://japanese.abou......ticles.htm
A particle (joshi) is a word that shows the relationship of a word, a phrase, or a clause to the rest of the sentence. (pop ups)
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All ABout Particles http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155
All About Particles covers 69 particles, the most common ones along with the less frequent. The particles are shown to have some 200 usages-sufficient to keep most students hard at work for a good many years. The book can be approached as a textbook and studied religiously from beginning to end. All About Particles shines: light enough to carry around, slim enough to fit into the corner of a shoulder bag, concise enough to take one quickly to the crux of the matter, it combines the best of several worlds and is priced to be affordable.
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All Particles Explained http://www.colby.edu......Index.html
When designing a page in Netscape Composer, be sure that View -- Encoding is set properly first (Shift-JIS). This is especially important when cutting and pasting Japanese encoded text from another application into Composer.
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Big List of Particles http://www.gu.edu.au......icles.html
When used as a particle, 「は」 is pronounced as "wa". However, it should not be written as 「わ」. 「は」 follows a noun or a noun substitute to indicate the topic of the sentence. 「は」 is sometimes believed to indicate the "subject".
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Case Particle http://homepage3.nif......son-e4.htm
Case particle ga. The main function of the case particle ga is to indicate the subject.
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Complete Particle List http://www.colby.edu......particles/
When designing a page in Netscape Composer, be sure that View -- Encoding is set properly first (Shift-JIS). This is especially important when cutting and pasting Japanese encoded text from another application into Composer.
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Dictionary of Particles http://www.amazon.co......e&n=283155
Covering over 100 particles in alphabetical order, the dictionary explains the meanings of each (most have more than one) and gives sample sentences for each meaning. Illustrations are provided where necessary for clarification. There are also exercises at the back of the book for those who wish to test their knowledge of particle usage. Appendices and endpaper charts are provided for easy access.
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Differences with English http://home.inter.ne......ences.html
1. There are no words in Japanese equivalent to the English articles "a", "an", and "the". If, for example, you want to refer to a book in Japanese, you don't have to say "a book" or "the book". You just say hon (book).
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Documents about Japanese http://www.jpf.org.u......sicws.html
Documents for teaching Japanese, but we can use them to learn.
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Function of Structural Particles http://home.inter.ne......ehome.html
As has been stated in a number of different ways in the other Cyber Tutorials, structural particles are the central aspect of the Japanese language.
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Games to Learn Japanese http://www.southwold......panese.htm
Games for learning Japanese. They are very much good.
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Grammar Guide http://www.gu.edu.au......frame.html
School of Languages and Linguistics
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Grammar in Use http://www.amazon.co......052162598X
Amazon.co.jp?F Grammar in Use Intermediate With Answers: Self-Study Reference and Practice for Students of English (Grammar in Use): ?m??: Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer by Raymond Murphy,William R. Smalzer
Added:6 Dec 2006 Clicks:13 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
Grammar Quizzes http://www.tiu.ac.jp......index.html
12 Grammar quizzes with varying levels of difficulty.
Added:23 Jun 2006 Clicks:183 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)
Added:18 Jul 2006 Clicks:277 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
iKnow Online Learning http://www.smart.fm
Possibly the greatest online learning took for quickly grasping Japanese kanji, vocab, and grammar. AND it is FREE.
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Interogatives http://www.gu.edu.au......tives.html
「なん」 is used with auxiliary 「ですか」, particles other than 「が」, 「を」 and 「か」, and counter suffixes. 「それは、なんですか。」 (What is that?) 「それは、なんのほんですか。」 (What book is that?) 「いま、なんじですか。」 (What time is it now?)
Added:1 Nov 2005 Clicks:37 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
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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Japanese 1-2-3 http://www.japanese123.com/
Learn Japanese. Study kanji, grammar, and advanced Nihongo! - This is a great site with so many lessons in many varied forms. I have learned a lot from it.
Added:7 Jan 2008 Clicks:114 Rating:0.00 Reviews:0 Review this web site
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