The new edition of An Introduction to Japanese Linguistics gives an updated, comprehensive account of Japanese linguistics, covering. The third edition of this established textbook has beenthoroughly updated and revised. It maintains its broad coverage oftopics from phonetics. An introduction to Japanese linguistics. [Natsuko Tsujimura] — The third edition of this established textbook has been thoroughly updated and revised.
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An introduction to Japanese linguistics (eBook, ) 
Itscoverage spans phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, language acquisition, and language variation, and now draws on theauthor’s extensive expertise by incorporating her own data, examples and theoretical analyses throughout.
The third edition introduces an approach which is lesstheoretical and more descriptive, leading to significantmodifications to the chapters on phonetics, syntax, and phonologyin particular. Updated exercises explore descriptive andtheoretical issues, and each chapter now ends with a discussion onlanguage acquisition providing useful context for readers.
Ideal asa descriptive source and a theoretical foundation for students andscholars in this field, An Introduction to JapaneseLinguistics offers an invaluable pedagogical tool to learnbasic notions and terminology in linguistics and to develop skillsin linguistic analysis and japaanese.
Babibu Language 72 3. Nominalization 6 Issues linguisticss Japanese Morphology 3: Syntactic V V Compounds 6. Semantic Relations 6. Transitivity and Argument Structure 6. Review Text “This newly-revised edition provides in-depth coverage of all areas of Japanese grammar, in an accessible style which will make it a valuable pedagogical and reference work for anyone interested in Japanese linguistics.
Superbly suited as a textbook at both undergraduate and graduate level. It covers a wide range of topics from phonetics to dialectal variation and presents a comprehensive picture of what the language is like. The insightful discussion in each chapter provides students of Japanese and linguistics with many good research topics to investigate further.
Review quote “This newly-revised edition provides in-depth coverage of all areas of Japanese grammar, in an accessible style which will make it a valuable pedagogical and reference work for anyone interested in Japanese linguistics. Peter Sells, University of York?
Linguitics impressive, judiciously revised 3rd edition with comprehensive coverage of the main areas within Japanese linguistics.
An Introduction to Japanese Linguistics
Bjarke Frellesvig, University of Oxford? This book is an excellent invitation to Japanese Linguistics for anyone interested in the language. The insightful discussion in each chapter provides students of Japanese and linguistics with many good research topics to investigate further.?
Mamoru Saito, Nanzan University show more. Critical Conceptsand is Review Editor of the journal Language. She has published extensively on various aspects of Japanese linguistics, including phonology, syntax, semantics, and sociolinguistics. Book ratings by Goodreads.
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