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日本語:言語学的入門

Japanese : A Linguistic Introduction

Hasegawa, Yoko

Cambridge Univ Pr 2015/01
392 p. 15 b/w illus. 23 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107032774
装丁違いISBN: 1107611474
KCN: 1020829420
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DDC: 495.65
KDC: B150 日本語
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This comprehensive introduction to the Japanese Language explores the Japanese lexicon, grammatical foundations, major clause types, clause linkage, and language usage. The discussion of formal and structural properties such as sound structure, vocabulary and grammer assist readers as they gain insight into historical and sociocultural aspects of Japanese.

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This comprehensive introduction to the Japanese language explores the Japanese lexicon, grammatical foundations, major clause types, clause linkage, and language usage. The discussion of formal and structural properties of Japanese such as sound structure, vocabulary and grammar assist readers as they gain insight into historical and sociocultural aspects of Japanese.
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Table of Contents

Part I. Introduction: 1. Typological and historical overview; 2. Dialects; 3. Sound system; 4. Writing system; Part II. Lexicon: 5. Vocabulary; 6. Word structure; Part III. Grammatical Foundations: 7. Grammatical relations and case marking; 8. Subjects and topics; 9. Tense, aspect, and taxis; Part IV. Major Clause Types: 10. Measurement and comparison; 11. Causatives; 12. Passives; 13. Benefactives; 14. Noun modification and complementation; 15. Nominalization; Part V. Clause Linkage: 16. Temporal clauses; 17. Causal and concessive clauses; 18. Conditional clauses; Part VI. Pragmatics (Language Usage): 19. Speech acts; 20. Politeness and honorifics I; 21. Politeness and honorifics II; 22. Speech style shift; 23. Sentence-final particles; 24. Modality and evidentiality; 25. Backchanneling; 26. Demonstratives; 27. Represented speech; 28. Gendered speech.