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Intermediate Japanese. A Grammar and Workbook

EAN : 9780415498593

Intermediate Japanese. A Grammar and Workbook
ISBN : 978-0-415-49859-3 // ISBN : 9780415498593
Date de parution : 2012
Editeur : Routledge
Nombre de pages : 284
Langue : anglais, japonais
Pays d'origine : Japon

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Intermediate Japanese is designed for learners who have achieved a basic proficiency and wish to progress to more complex language. Each unit combines clear, concise grammar explanations with examples and exercises to help build confidence and fluency.

The book is divided into two parts. Part One outlines fundamental components of Japanese including particles, question words, verb types and tense while Part Two builds on this foundation by introducing grammatical patterns organised by the task they achieve.

Features include:

  • clear, accessible format
  • jargon-free explanations of grammar
  • many useful and culturally relevant examples
  • abundant exercises with full answer key
  • detailed index of grammar patterns.

Intermediate Japanese reviews the principal elements presented in its sister volume, Basic Japanese, and introduces more complicated structures. Suitable for both classroom use and the independent learner, the two books form a compendium of the essentials of Japanese grammar.

Contenus :

Part 1: Basic building blocks 

1. More counters 
2. Particles that require special attention 
3. Question words 
4. More on social roles
5. Verb types 
6. Tense 
7. Connecting phrases and sentences 
8. Overviews of grammatical contexts that require certain forms 

Part 2: Grammar by tasks 

  9. Referring to previously introduced items
10. Describing quantity
11. Describing timing 
12. Giving commands 
13. Expressing obligation
14. Expressing intentions 
15. Expressing and implying purposes 
16. Giving reasons
17. Describing changes 
18. Describing one’s experience 
19. Estimating likelihood of events
20. More on quotation 
21. Expressing conditions 
22. Shifting perspectives 
23. Indicating conformity to or deviation from expectations 
24. Expressing desires 
25. Expressing influence over other and by others.

À propos des auteurs:

Shoko Hamano is Professor of Japanese and International Affairs in The Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures at George Washington University.

Takae Tsujioka is a Japanese Teaching Instructor in The Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures at George Washington University.

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