Japanese Self-Taught with Phonetic Pronunciation

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    It therefore supplies the words in common every-day use, classified according to subject, including extensive vocabularies for the Army and Navy, Trade and Commerce, Missionary enterprise, Travel, c, c, together with a large number of colloquial phrases and sentences of a practical character, similarly classified. Throughout these sections the pronunciation of the Japanese words is added in accordance with Marlborough swell-known system of phonetics, a system which by its simplicity enables anyone speaking English to read off the words at a glance, although previously unacquainted with the language. The student will of course do well to avail himself as far as possible of the services of a competent instructor in order to perfect his pronunciation, etc.; on the other hand, teachers will find in this book a useful supplement to their oral instruction. The Publishers have had the valuable assistance, as Editor, of Mr. W. J. S. Shand, who was for twenty-seven years resident in Japan, and has had four years experience as Director of theS chool of Japanese Language and Literature in London. For the native characters the syllabaries and the rules of transliteration, the student is referred to Japanese Grammar Self-T aught (M arlborough sS elf-T aughtS eries, No. 18), of which this volume is the complement, the two works forming a very comprehensive and useful manual of the Japanese language for students, naval and military officers and public servants, commercial men and traders, missionaries, travellers and tourists. London,
    • Publisher : Palala Press
    • Language : English
    • Hardcover : 332 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 1346681333
    • ISBN-13 : 978-1346681337
    • Item Weight : 1.41 pounds
    • Dimensions : 6.14 x 0.75 x 9.21 inches
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