Japanese: The Written Language: Part 1, Volume 1 (Workbook) (Yale Language Series) download epub
by Mari Noda,Eleanor Harz Jorden
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Other books in this series
Other books in this series. Learn to Write Chinese Characters. Here they have been transformed into a question-and-answer format, with most exchanges covering a single point.
Eleanor Harz Jorden is the Mary Donlon Alger Professor of Linguistics, Emerita, Cornell University. Country of Publication.
It is appropriate for beginning and intermediate students in a college or self-study program. Note: Audio files NOT included).
Eleanor Harz Jorden, Mari Noda, Masayuki Itomitsu. Building on the katakana syllabary presented in Volume 1, it introduces the hiragana syllabary and 100 kanji as well as reading and writing strategies. The main text includes drills and exercises set in realistic sociocultural contexts. This is the companion workbook.
This paper examines the realisation of pitch range in Chinese-English bilinguals. These differences are interpreted in terms of the tonal differences between the two. References Graham, Calbert. Fundamental Frequency Range in Japanese and English: The Case of Simultaneous Bilinguals.
Publisher: Yale University Press; Bilingual, Workbook edition (July 11, 2005)
Pages: 112 pages