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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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Particles Signposts http://home.bluemarb......s/case.htm
So you've decided to pick up a little Japanese, simply because it looks interesting? or maybe you have practical reasons, like planning to spend some time there?
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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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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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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
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Wa vs. Ga Particles http://www.mindsprin......icles.html
Nouns, verbs, and adjectives are great, but the real depth of language comes from its prepositions (to, from, away, after, with, etc) because these fine forms show the important spatial, temporal...
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Sentence Ending http://japanese.abou......10401a.htm
In Japanese, there are many particles that are added to the end of a sentence. They express the speaker's emotions of doubt, emphasis, caution, hesitation, wonder, admiration, and so on. Warning POP UPS
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Module Grammar http://www.gu.edu.au......frame.html
School of Languages and Linguistics - Modulerized grammar explanations. Independent from any textbook. (Grifith University, Australia)
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Ko, So, A Chart http://www.as.ua.edu......osoado.htm
The words in yellow boxes are PRENOMINALS which means they must be followed by a noun or noun predicate (fill in the __ with a noun).
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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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Particles by Nona http://www.nona.dti.......tep02.html
Making yourself understood in foreign language is pretty difficult, isn't it? I think the proper way of using perticles (Jyoshi) helps it a lot in Japanese.
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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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Toronto.edu Particles http://www.math.toro......icles.html
The particle mo is a particle that can replace any of wa、ga、wo (topic, subject, object). It means 'in addition' or 'also'.
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Particle Overview http://www.geocities......2part.html
On their own, they are meaningless. When given a context, these define the function of the word/phrase/clause before it. Some particles function like prepositions "at", "in", "on", "by", "with", "to", etc.
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Particle Comparison (Kodansha) http://www.kodansha-......2200X.html
Particles are one of the most difficult aspects of the Japanese language. This is precisely why there are a good number of books on the market dealing with the subject.
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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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Particle Review http://www.as.ua.edu......ticles.htm
Here is a quick review of the function of particles. Please refer to the Grammar Index for links back to the Grammar Notes of each Module where the particles first appeared.
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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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Grammar Guide http://www.gu.edu.au......frame.html
School of Languages and Linguistics
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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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Particle Practice Sheet http://web.mit.edu/2......cle.L5.htm
Japanese particles practice quiz.
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