Japanese

| University of California, Los Angeles
This title has been replaced by Japanese: Revised edition (2013)
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Japanese ranks as the sixth language of the world with more than 125 million speakers in the island state of Japan. Its genetic relation has been a topic of heated discussion, but Altaic and Austronesian languages appear to have contributed to the early formation of this language. It has a long written tradition, which goes back to texts from the eighth century AD. The modern writing system employs a mixture of Chinese characters and two sets of syllabary developed from the Chinese characters.

This book consists of fourteen chapters covering the phonology, morphology, the writing system, grammatical constructions, and discourse and pragmatic phenomena of Japanese.

It provides researchers with a useful typological reference and students of Japanese with a theory-neutral introduction to current linguistic research issues.

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Table of Contents
Preface
xiii
Romanization and text presentation
xv
List of abbreviations
xix
Map — Japan and surrounding areas
xx
1. Overview
1–10
2. Writing system
11–16
3. Sounds
17–28
4. Words
29–56
5. Morphology
57–81
6. Argument structures
83–104
7. Tense and aspect
105–124
8. Grammatical constructions
125–173
9. Noun phrase structures
175–193
10. Embedding
195–216
11. Information structure and the sentence form
217–246
12. Discourse and grammar
247–274
13. Pragmatics and grammar
275–304
14. Sample texts
305–332
Notes
333–342
References
343–350
Index
351–360
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Erratum

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During the printing process of this book an unfortunate error occurred: page number 151 was mixed with the same page of another book. You will find the correct page here.
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Subjects

Linguistics

Japanese linguistics
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2002066451 | Marc record