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As a free online dating community, chatting with ladies & guys, and using its endless dating services is 100% free.So become a member today and discover strong emotions, exchange positive feelings while fulfilling your unspoken desires...The pedagogical principle has been applied, for example, in the study of words. I IVa and ga 3 Subordinate subjects q No / Ni 9 Wo ... nakodo a go-between (in marriage), from naka middle and kito. When it seems likely to aid the memory of the student to indicate the origin of a word, this is done ; but when the etymology is disputed or apt to be confusing, nothing is said about it and the student must learn the word as a whole. ii No substituted for ga 13 Compounds, VIII , IX 15 Derivatives 21 PREDICATE ADJECTIVES 24 THE PRONOUN Personal 27 Honorifics 31 Demonstratives *.. 36 " Same "," such " 38 Interrogatives 42 Indefinites 45 "Every", "other" 49 Translation of relatives 53 " Self V' one another" 57 THE NUMERAL Native forms and combinations, XXL, XXII 61 Chinese forms and units 67 Dates ... A TEXT-BOOK OF COLLOQUIAL JAPANESE BASED ON THE LEHRBUCH DER JAPANISCHEN UMGANGSSPRAGHE BY Dr. When used as predicates they must be followed by destt . RUDOLF LANGE PROFESSOR OF JAPANESE AT THE SCHOOL OF ORIENTAL LANGUAGES UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN REVISED ENGLISH EDITION BY CHRISTOPHER NOSS FORMERLY MISSIONARY OF THE REFORMED CHURCH, SENDAI METHODIST TOKYO 19O7 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED COPYRIGHT 1903 BY CHRISTOPHER NOSS REPRINTED APRIL IQO? In some localities ivakarimasen also means: I cannot agree; it won't do ; it is impossible. The selections at the end have been somewhat increased. So yuto is often read yu-oke and motokin, gwan-kin (c). In many compounds the words retain their proper meaning and in translation must be separated by " and " : sai-shi (c) wife and child (ren), family. The aim of the book is pedagogical rather than scientific ; hence the combination of system and no-system and the num- erous repetitions. CHRISTOPHER Noss LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA November, 1906. Contents INTRODUCTION The Japanese language ix Sinico- Japanese ix Words derived from western languages xin The standard colloquial xin Practical hints xv Helps for further study xvi ORTHOGRAPHY AND PRONUNCIATION The ideographic script xix Kana xix Romaji xxui Vowels xxiv Consonants xxvn Accent xxxr THE NOUN Number and gender ... o-fuku (c) or iki-kaefi going and returning, jo-ge (c) above and below (also ue-shita), up and down. In some cases there have been changes in the sound : akyudo, akindo merchant, from aki (nai) trade and kito.
It's an awesome medium for online communication with interesting people who are open to friendship, flirting, true love, and building a relationship towards marriage.Accordingly it was my aim to recast all the material in such a way as to make it most helpful to the English-speaking student. Lange is not responsible for any errors that it may contain. 1 8 THE NOUN [vin okii kivaji ga s'kunai* Yube no kwaji wa tskebi dt atta kere- domo, sono hi wo ts'keta mono wa b mada wakarimasen. Doits (Germany) ni wa jishin ga s'kunai keredomo, Nikon ni wa jishin ga oi. Kono shashin wa anata ni yoku nite imas\ Kwaji wa toi ka. e The name of a district in Tokyo, from asai thin and kitsa grass. g This term, like Seiyojin, is practically limited to the European races, h In speaking of another's going, aide desu is more polite than ikiinasu ix] COMPOUNDS 19 CHAPTER IX. There are also compounds in which Chinese and Japanese words occur together : jo-biikuro envelope, from Jj (c) letter a.ndfu&uro sack. tonari next house, neighbor, yen circle, dollar (two shil- mise shop, store. 221154 IV PREFACE If I had been permitted to remain in Japan I might have undertaken a complete reconstruction of the work ; but that is out of the question for the present. ju-bako set of lacquered boxes, fromjw (c) pile up and hako- moto-kin capital, principal, from moto basis and kin (c) money. BY THE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE TOKYO, JAPAN The basis of this book is the first volume of the series of Lehrbucher des Seminars far Orientalische Sprachen, publish- ed at Berlin in 1890. Lange, before his appoint- ment at Berlin, had been for a number of years instructor in the German language at the Daigaku Yobimon (Preparatory School to the University) in Tokyo. d The beginner may find it difficult to distinguish mo and mada. In the next sentence Kanda is the name of a district in the same city, from /(vzw/god and fa paddy- field. Since that time all his energies have been devoted to the task of making his country- men acquainted with the Japanese language and literature. The latter is commonly associated with negative ideas and may be used alone in the sense of " not yet." Mada samni. Mo means " still " only in such expressions as mo hifotsn still one, one more. g When an interrogative sentence is fcrmed with a word like doko t the subject (or object) of the English sentence often takes iva. a If kwaji were followed by wa, the natural implication would be that small fires were not infrequent.