A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar by Seiichi Makino, Michio Tsutsui

By Seiichi Makino, Michio Tsutsui

It is a dictionary of debris and different eastern Grammar constructs with a great advent to the phrases used and the root of the japanese language in general.
Every build has a transparent clarification and some examples to compliment it.
The phrases seem either in eastern and in in romaji (pronounciation written in Latin characters)
The point of this publication makes this a very good reference for 1st and 2d yr scholars of Japanes in addition to lecturers who train on that level.

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Gianni has run (Italian) b. Gianni e corso a casa. Gianni is run to home (4) a. *Ne hanno corso/i due. of-them have run two b. Ne sono corsi due a casa. AGR two to home (Hoekstra and Mulder 1990) (5) a. misrado. ' (Hebrew) b. misrado. ' c. -misrado. ' (6) In het tweede bedrijf werd er doorde nieuwe acteur in the second act was there by the new actor op het juiste ogenblik gevallen. on cue fallen (7) a. praxim nablu le-rani/li. ' (Dutch; Perlmutter 1978) (Hebrew) Why Events? 33 b. praxiiri! ' (8) a.

Gianni has run (Italian) b. Gianni e corso a casa. Gianni is run to home (4) a. *Ne hanno corso/i due. of-them have run two b. Ne sono corsi due a casa. AGR two to home (Hoekstra and Mulder 1990) (5) a. misrado. ' (Hebrew) b. misrado. ' c. -misrado. ' (6) In het tweede bedrijf werd er doorde nieuwe acteur in the second act was there by the new actor op het juiste ogenblik gevallen. on cue fallen (7) a. praxim nablu le-rani/li. ' (Dutch; Perlmutter 1978) (Hebrew) Why Events? 33 b. praxiiri! ' (8) a.

Shirts) b. cross (that) bridge when (we) come to (it) (cf. cross that bridge when we come to it, literally) c. depend on (cf. sit on) d. kick the bucket (cf. kick the bucket, literally) The constituents in (27) have very clear, characterizable formal properties which parallel exactly those associated with counterpart non-fixed expressions, for example those given in parentheses in (27). Trousers is plural, and must trigger plural agreement, where relevant. On in depend on is a preposition, its complement must be a DP, and the resulting PP acts on a par with other PPs syntactically.

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