1 edition of The grammatical voice in Japanese found in the catalog.
The grammatical voice in Japanese
Includes bibliographical references (p. -150) and indexes.
|Statement||by Junichi Toyota|
|LC Classifications||PL589 .T69 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||2012429443|
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The Grammatical Voice in Japanese: A Typological Perspective [Junichi Toyota] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Grammatical Voice in Japanese: A Typological PerspectiveCited by: 2. Figure Samples of different patterns of grammatical voice and its form (Lazard ) Figure Conceptual space of the Japanese voice system Figure Conceptual space of the Japanese voice system in Old Japanese Figure Conceptual space of the Japanese voice system in Late Old Japanese and Middle Japanese Figure This monograph investigates how Japanese employs different structures found in the grammatical voice, both synchronically and diachronically.
The Japanese voice system, especially the passive voice, Read more. This monograph investigates how Japanese employs different structures found in the grammatical voice, both synchronically and diachronically. The Japanese voice system, especially the passive voice, has provided much interesting data for typological comparison, and Japanese examples are often cited in various linguistic works.
Japanese is a synthetic language with a regular agglutinative subject-object-verb (SOV) morphology, with both productive and fixed elements. In language typology, it has many features divergent from most European languages.
Its phrases are exclusively head-final and compound sentences are exclusively left- branching. There are many such languages, but few among Attributive form (連体形 rentaikei): である de aru. Voice, in grammar, form of a verb indicating the relation between the participants in a narrated event (subject, object) and the event distinctions of voice found in languages are those of active, passive, and middle voice.
These distinctions may be made by The grammatical voice in Japanese book, as in Latin, or by syntactic variation, as in active-passive opposition can be illustrated.
A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar is basically intended for 1st and 2nd year students and teachers of Japanese for whom the grammatical explanations from textbooks were not good enough.
One common complaint of language textbooks is that they tend to be exhaustive in drilling a small amount of grammar. The Grammatical Voice in Japanese: A Typological Perspective by Junichi Toyota () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Grammatical Voice in Japanese: A Typological Perspective by Junichi Toyota ()Manufacturer: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. "Case" is a linguistics term regarding a manner of categorizing nouns, pronouns, adjectives, participles, and numerals according to their traditionally corresponding grammatical functions within a given phrase, clause, or some languages, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, determiners, participles, prepositions, numerals, articles and their modifiers take different.
Get this from a library. Grammatical voice in Japanese: a typological perspective. [Junichi Toyota] -- This monograph investigates how Japanese employs different structures found in the grammatical voice, both synchronically and diachronically.
The Japanese voice system, especially the passive voice. An Introduction to Japanese Syntax, Grammar and Language 6th draft revision- 30 October 2. 3 A disclaimer of sorts This book is still a draft version, meaning that while I have invested a lot of time in trying to make sure the information contained in it is correct, I cannot make any guarantees – I am.
Passive voice is often much less precise: "The mayor signed the bill" is more precise than "the bill was signed." The comment about journalism favoring passive makes no sense to me, a journalist. DavidH July 8, (UTC) Despite what the article says, the passive voice is very common in Japanese.
I will change the page accordingly. Alternations in grammatical voice that operate on the same argument structure consistently show information-structural differences. The major distinction in information structure is between topic (‘what the utterance is about’) and focus (the constituent that, given a well-formed question-answer pair, is the part of the answer that.
The book was easily readable and demonstrated that it is a great reference book for Japanese grammar in a number of ways. The author did a good job of organizing the material and provided plenty of examples and contexts/5.
The grammatical category of voice covers a wide range of phenomena, including causatives, applicatives, passives, antipassives, middles, and others. One aspect of English that Japanese simply doesn’t have is the idea of uncountable ble, especially with descriptors.
In Japanese the word “たくさん” (pronounced takusan) is commonly used for much and many. Put into an English sentence, it would look like “Wow.
That’s takusan rain!” or “Wow. that’s takusan apples!”Author: Kelsey Leuzinger. Japanese Grammatical Terms. 本 hon book, 飛行機 hikouki plane) 動詞 doushi – verb (食べる taberu to eat, 考える kangaeru to think, 話す hanasu to speak) 形容詞 keiyoushi – adjective (青い aoi blue, かわいい kawaii cute, きれい kirei beautiful).
Grammatical voice synonyms, Grammatical voice pronunciation, Grammatical voice translation, English dictionary definition of Grammatical voice. The active voice is a type of grammatical voice in which the subject of a sentence is also the agent.
Book/Report publication status published subject. Languages and Literature; keywords middle voice, passive voice, alignment, grammatical voice, Japanese pages pages publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing ISBN language English LU publication. yes id d51f7cfb-cbcbc-8aa7c7ba2a (old id ) date added to LUP Pages: Japanese nouns are non-inflecting: they have neither gender nor number.
is currently phrased seems a bit confused to me. Grammatical gender plays no role in Japanese grammar. Japanese nouns do not change form to indicate grammatical role, gender, etc. The two concepts interact, but they're basically independent.
That is not at all clear from. This book aims to bridge the gap between the extensive research on Japanese mimetics and its availability to an international audience, and also to provide a better understanding of grammatical and structural aspects of sound-symbolic words from a Japanese perspective.
This book, and its "intermediate" and "advanced" counterparts, are among the most useful Japanese language learning tools you can pick up, especially if you are studying independently and/or trying to learn to read.
It is NOT a textbook, but instead a resource for hundreds of basic Japanese grammar constructs/5.Johnson gave little attention to collocation, idiom, and grammatical information, although he provided a brief grammar at the front.: In English, conjunctions, determiners, interjections, particles, and pronouns are grammatical words.: Hiragana is a cursive script used for writing grammatical elements and some native words, and is the main medium for young children's .