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How to Tell the Difference between Japanese Particles Comparisons and Exercises by Naoko Chino

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Published by Kodansha International .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Grammar, syntax, linguistic structure,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Foreign Language Study,
  • Language,
  • Japanese,
  • Foreign Language Study / Japanese

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9037287M
ISBN 10477002200X
ISBN 109784770022004

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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. Most of these books take up particles. In this way, while not replacing general reference books on particles, this book goes a step beyond them and helps students nail down the troubling differences between students who find themselves befuddled when confronting such differences, How to Tell the Difference Between Japanese Particles should prove the perfect tool to. How to Tell the Difference between Japanese Particles [Japanese grammar books] By grouping particles that are similar in function, this book helps students pin down differences in usage that would ordinarily take years to master. Definitions, sample sentences, usage notes, and quizzes enable students to move to a higher level of comprehension. How to Tell the Difference Between Japanese Particles: Comparisons and Exercises. 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.

You might have guessed from the title that this book is all about sussing out the differences between particles with similar meanings, and you’d be right. “ How to Tell the Difference between Japanese Particles “(US) is another book by Naoko Chino and it shows by how well this little book is organized. How to Tell the Difference between Japanese Particles 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.   The Basic Differences Between Ga and Wa "Wa" is used to mark something that has already been introduced into the conversation or is familiar with both a speaker and a listener. (proper nouns, genetic names etc.) "Ga" is used when a situation . Japanese particles are small words that indicate relations of words within a sentence. Most of Japanese learners are not found of particles and most teachers don’t make things easier. If you have trouble keeping all the particles straight, this guide will illuminate you by explaining how to perfectly use them.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for How to Tell the Difference between Japanese Particles: Comparisons and Exercises at Read honest and /5. 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. Most of these books take up particles as independent entities, so that after having studies them, students are, if all goes well, familiar with the functions of the individual particles. One unfortunate side to this approach is. Get this from a library! How to tell the difference between Japanese particles: comparisons and exercises. [Naoko Chino] -- Comprehensive text that groups particles that are similar in function and aims to help students pin down differences in usage that would ordinarily take years to master. Definitions, sample.   To tell the difference between Chinese, Japanese, and Korean writing, look out for ovals and circles for a sign that it’s Korean, since these shapes are not usually used in Chinese or Japanese. Chinese characters will appear as complex squares, with lots of strokes within : K.