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Gone fishin' : new angles on perennial problems

Author: Jay Rubin
Publisher: Tokyo ; New York : Kodansha International, ©1992.
Series: Power Japanese series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jay Rubin
ISBN: 4770016565 9784770016560
OCLC Number: 26697787
Description: 124 pages ; 19 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Learning the Language of the Infinite --
Pt. 1. Who's on First? The Myth of the Subjectless Sentence. Wa and Ga: The Answers to Unasked Questions. The Invisible Man's Family Reunion. Giving in Two Directions: Yaru, Ageru, Sashiageru; Kudasaru, Kureru. Receiving in One Direction: Morau, Itadaku. The Causative, with and without Directionals. Passives, Passivication, and the Passive-Causative. The Natural Potential. The Explainers: Kara Da, Wake Da, No Da --
Pt. 2. Out in Left Field. The Johnny Carson Hodo. Kanji. Shiru and Wakaru: To Know You Is Not Necessarily to Understand You. Taming Tame. Tsumori and the Vanishing Beefsteak. You Say Kimeru and I Say Kimaru. Warning: This Language Works Backwards. The Pleasures of Reading Japanese. The Unbelievable Complexity of Being: Aru vs. De Aru. Go Jump in the Lake, But Be Sure to Come Back. Fiddlers Three = Three Fiddlers? Eating in the Wrong Direction.
Series Title: Power Japanese series.
Other Titles: Gone fishing
New angles on perennial problems
Responsibility: Jay Rubin.

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