9780300041880

Japanese, The Spoken Language Part 2

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  • ISBN13:

    9780300041880

  • ISBN10:

    0300041888

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 5/25/1988
  • Publisher: Yale University Press

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Summary

This three-volume textbook stresses Japanese as it is spoken today in Japan. Jordan has introduced the language in a totally systematic fashion and in manageable segments, so that students who have mastered the material in the book can handle the spoken language with considerable facility.

Table of Contents

Lesson 13 1(29)
SECTION A
1(13)
Structural Patterns
5(9)
1. /Interrogative + mo/: dare mo
5(2)
2. /ka mo sirenai/
7(1)
3. Gerund of the Adjectival
7(1)
4. Compounds
8(6)
SECTION B
14(12)
Structural Patterns
19(7)
1. no de
19(1)
2. tikai uti
20(1)
3. |desu ne(e)|
20(6)
SECTION C
26(4)
Lesson 14 30(27)
SECTION A
30(13)
Structural Patterns
34(9)
1. /moo + Affirmative Predicate/; /mada + Negative Predicate/
34(2)
2. More on Questions without ka: Tabemasita?
36(1)
3. /Nominal + ni + suru/
36(1)
4. Food and Drink
37(6)
SECTION B
43(10)
Structural Patterns
48(5)
1. kenkoo ni ii
48(1)
2. /mada + Affirmative Predicate/; /moo + Negative Predicate/
48(1)
3. Sentence-Final Gerund in Informal Requests
49(4)
SECTION C
53(4)
Lesson 15 57(26)
SECTION A
57(12)
Structural Patterns
61(8)
1. Comparison of Two Items: yori and hodo
61(1)
2. More on Affective Predicates
62(1)
3. Compounds in -sugiru
63(1)
4. /(o)miyage ni kau/
63(1)
5. Phrase-Particle ya
64(5)
SECTION B
69(10)
Structural Patterns
72(7)
1. Verbals of Eating and Drinking
72(1)
2. Comparing Three or More Items: uti (XXX) naka; itiban
73(1)
3. Verbal Gerund + oru
74(1)
4. narubeku
74(5)
SECTION C
79(4)
Lesson 16 83(25)
SECTION A
83(10)
Structural Patterns
87(6)
1. Verbal Pairs: Transitive/Intransitive
87(1)
2. /Transitive Verbal Gerund + aru/
88(1)
3. /Operational Verbal Gerund + oku/
89(4)
SECTION B
93(11)
Structural Patterns
98(6)
1. /Verbal Gerund + simau/
98(1)
2. /Verbal Gerund + kara/
98(1)
3. Expressing Purpose
99(5)
SECTION C
104(4)
Lesson 17 108(30)
SECTION A
108(12)
Structural Patterns
111(9)
1. Verbals of Giving
111(2)
2. /Gerund + Verbal of Giving/
113(1)
3. Additional Request Patterns
114(6)
SECTION B
120(13)
Structural Patterns
125(8)
1. Verbals of Receiving
125(1)
2. /Gerund + Verbal of Receiving/
126(1)
3. oyasui
127(1)
4. kimeru/kimaru
127(6)
SECTION C
133(5)
Lesson 18 138(26)
SECTION A
138(10)
Structural Patterns
142(6)
1. Polite Requests: oagari-kudasai
142(1)
2. Special Polite Adjectival Forms: arigatai (is greater than) arigatoo
142(1)
3. Embedded Alternate Questions
143(1)
4. Okamai naku.
144(4)
SECTION B
148(12)
Structural Patterns
152(8)
1. /X to (XXX) (t)te iu/
152(2)
2. Embedded Information Questions
154(6)
SECTION C
160(4)
Lesson 19 164(32)
SECTION A
164(13)
Structural Patterns
169(8)
1. Sentence Modifiers with Verbal and Adjectival Final Predicates
169(2)
2. Anticipatory no
171(1)
3. deru mae
172(1)
4. /Verbal Gerund + miru/
172(5)
SECTION B
177(14)
Structural Patterns
182(9)
1. Sentence Modifiers with /Nominal + Copula/ Final Predicates
182(2)
2. Sentence Modifiers as Partitive Descriptors
184(1)
3. Onomatopoeia
185(1)
4. dete simatta ato de
186(1)
5. Spoken Narrative Style
186(5)
SECTION C
191(5)
Lesson 20 196(32)
SECTION A
196(16)
Structural Patterns
200(12)
1. iku no ni wa
200(1)
2. Comparison of Activities
200(2)
3. denwa ip-pon de
202(1)
4. tumori
203(1)
5. Approximate Numbers
203(1)
6. The Direct-Style Consultative
204(8)
SECTION B
212(11)
Structural Patterns
216(7)
1. hazu
216(1)
2. More on tumori
217(6)
SECTION C
223(5)
Lesson 21 228(29)
SECTION A
228(12)
Structural Patterns
233(7)
1. kimatta mono
233(1)
2. Phrase-Particle sika
233(1)
3. /Predicate + soo da/
234(1)
4. koto
235(5)
SECTION B
240(12)
Structural Patterns
245(7)
1. /Gerund + mo/
245(1)
2. Permission
246(1)
3. Interrogatives with /Gerund + mo/ Sequences
246(6)
SECTION C
252(5)
Lesson 22 257(29)
SECTION A
257(12)
Structural Patterns
261(8)
1. /Negative Gerund + mo/; Negative Permission
261(1)
2. /X ni yoru to/; /X ni yotte/
262(1)
3. harete kuru
263(6)
SECTION B
269(12)
Structural Patterns
273(8)
1. /Gerund + wa/
273(1)
2. Necessity and Prohibition
274(1)
3. -kata (XXX) -yoo
275(1)
4. Self-Correction
276(5)
SECTION C
281(5)
Lesson 23 286(30)
SECTION A
286(13)
Structural Patterns
291(8)
1. /o- + Verbal Stem + da/
291(1)
2. tame
291(1)
3. Particle si
292(1)
4. paat(e)ii de mo
293(6)
SECTION B
299(12)
Structural Patterns
303(8)
1. Alternate Negative Stem in -(a)zu
303(1)
2. Uses of -(a)zu ni/-(a)nai de
304(2)
3. kangaeta dake
306(5)
SECTION C
311(5)
Lesson 24 316(33)
SECTION A
316(14)
Structural Patterns
321(9)
1. /--koto ni suru/; /--koto ni naru/
321(1)
2. /Interrogative + ka/
322(1)
3. -mitai
322(1)
4. yoo
323(7)
SECTION B
330(13)
Structural Patterns
335(8)
1. -sa
335(1)
2. -soo
336(1)
3. -rasii
337(6)
SECTION C
343(6)
Japanese-English Glossary 349(27)
English-Japanese Glossary 376(19)
Index 395

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