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This Japanese language page is presented as an additional supplement for Linguistic Anthropology General Resources.

 

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Japanese in the Age of Technology __ "Some languages can be written in only 26 characters, while others require several thousand characters for everyday purposes. Languages of the first type are easy to automate; not so the latter. As they have advanced from letterpress printing to the typewriter to the word processor, people who use non-Roman alphabets have always faced a daunting task in adapting their written languages to the latest technology. The struggle continues on the Internet today." Learn about things are being handled. - from DNP - http://www.honco.net/japanese/index.html 


Japanese Language __ History, grammar, Kanji, poetry, and much more in this guide. - illustrated - from japan-guide.com - http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e621.html

 

Japanese Language __ You will find Japanese Language schools, grammar and other resources. - From japanese-language.org - http://www.japanese-language.org/  

 


Japanese Language __ "...However, unlike other languages, Japanese is unique to both linguists and to the people speaking the language. The Japanese by and large believe their language to be a highly unique language—some believe it to be unlike any other language in existence. Western linguists believe that Japanese is a language clearly related to other, Northern Asian languages, but there is a fair amount of disagreement among them. Suffice it to say that Japanese is the only human language where we can't quite decide where it came from or what other languages it's related to." A good overview. - From wsu.edu - http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/ANCJAPAN/LANGUAGE.HTM 
 
Japanese language __ "Historical linguists who specialize in Japanese agree that it is one of the two members of the Japonic language family, but remain divided as to the origins of the Japonic languages. An older view, still held by many non-specialists, is that Japanese is a language isolate." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_language

 

Japanese language links __ Great collection of resources for Japanese language. - From omniglot.com - http://www.omniglot.com/writing/japanese_links.htm  

 

 


Japanese Language Research Center-links __ Good list of Internet resources. Sadly, some of them are not working but may be fixed. - From Japanese Language Research Center - http://www.age.ne.jp/x/oswcjlrc/jlrc/link-e.htm 


Japanese (Roman-ji) __ This site has many resources to help you learning Japanese language. - From Visual Interactive Syntax Learning - http://visl.hum.ou.dk/visl/ja/ 

 

Japanese-Online Lesson Index __ You will find sixteen Japanese language lessons. Lessons one through five are in English, lessons six to sixteen contain Japanese characters. Instructions provided on how to display the characters on your computer. - From japaneseonline.com - http://www.japanese-online.com/NonMem_JLL.htm 


TheJapanesePage.com - Learn Japanese for FREE -- How to Wow! with language, culture, kanji, and grammar __ "Learn Japanese for free: Explore the fun side of the Japanese language. Study kanji, JLPT prep, grammar, culture, and much more all FREE!" - From thejapanesepage.com - http://www.thejapanesepage.com/news.php 

 


Jim Breen's WWWJDIC Japanese-English Dictionary Server __ You will find many resources about the Japanese language. Search for words, translate words, view documents, and much more. - From monash.edu.au - http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi-bin/wwwjdic.cgi?1C


JP NET Home Page __ Online resources for Japan and Japanese language. - from MIT - http://web.mit.edu/jpnet/ 


Kanji-Step - Japanese Language Resource Center __ "At kanjistep.com you can find information about the Japanese language, culture and other Japan related topics. Our goal is to help students of Japanese to master the language and build a global community of people interested in Japan, its language and culture." A lot of resources, mostly free. - From kanjistep.com - http://www.kanjistep.com/ 

 

Kkyoto Shimbun "Try to learn the Kyoto Dialect" __"The Kyoto dialect, Kyo Kotoba, which has a long history and developed in Kyoto's own refined culture, has a unique sound apart from standard Japanese. Moreover, the implication of a word changes according to place, time, relationship between people and subtle pronunciation." From Ms. Hiromi Ichida - http://www.kyoto-np.co.jp/kp/ojikoji/kotoba/kotoba_e.html

 

 

Learn Japanese - Japanese Language __ You can learn Japanese with free online lessons including vocabulary, grammar, hiragana, katakana, kanji and more. - From about.com - http://japanese.about.com/

 

Learn to Speak the Japanese Language Online for Free __ Free online Japanese language lessons and resources. - From elanguageschool.net - http://learnjapanese.elanguageschool.net/

 

National Council of Japanese Language Teachers __ "NCJLT is an organization dedicated to the promotion and development of Japanese language teaching at the elementary, secondary, and higher education levels across the United States."  Learn about the organization and its goals. - From ncjlt.org -  http://www.ncjlt.org/

 
Online English to Japanese to English Dictionary __ That is just what it is. - From freedict.com - http://www.freedict.com/onldict/jap.html 


 

 

 

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