- Japanese (language)
noun (common) (futsuumeishi); nouns which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
- 日本語 【にっぽんご】
Are there any knacks, or good sites, for downloading Japanese software?
This expression has really caught my fancy, as a type of English metaphorical expression not in Japanese.
In many languages the way dictionary-form words end is fixed; in Japanese they end in a 'u row' character.
You're an arrogant dirty foreigner who claims your dictionary is correct even though you don't understand the nuances of Japanese.
A certain movie was novelized - rather it was a scenario written for a movie that was expanded as a novel and localized to Japanese.
The object is that which in Japanese would generally be indicated with "ni" or "o".
Word processors for use with Japanese include Microsoft Word and JustSystem's Ichitaro.
In Japan there are a lot of translations from English to Japanese and from Japanese to English, but there isn't much real demand for Japanese to Spanish or Spanish to Japanese.
This book aims to provide an explanation of modern Japanese grammar that is as systematic and as easily understood as possible.
The "subject" is the person or object to carry out the action in the sentence. Transformed to Japanese it would be the part that end in "wa" or "ga".
She could only take Japanese lessons for a few hours.
She translated the letter from Japanese into French.
They established a Japanese language class for the refugees.