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By Samuel Elmo Martin
Have you puzzled a couple of jap sentence your textbook fails to provide an explanation for? Do you are feeling not sure concerning the use of «wa,» «ga,» and «mo?» Or what the principles and meanings of phrases of their literary kinds are? if that is so, you can find your solutions in A Reference Grammar of jap, the main accomplished and trustworthy reference resource on hand. With an intensive 105-page index, the reader will speedy locate motives for debris corresponding to wa, ga, mo, ni, and de tough nouns resembling mono, koto, tokoro, wake, hazu, and tame sentence extensions resembling ne, yo, sa, yara, and nari verb tenses, literary varieties, detrimental kinds - in brief, every little thing excited about the japanese language. For the intense scholar, this booklet is imperative for clearing up the ambiguities of perplexing eastern sentences.
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8) ; ... 4) . E 1 7. )'; sinai koto n i wa 'unless' ( pp. 396, 552) ; dare no syookai ni 'at whose i ntroduction'. de 0. 2. The uses marked E below can be treat ed as this. But it has been suggested that only those uses for which the pol ite desite can be substituted ( § 22. 1 ) are appropriately considered the COP U LA gerund as such. 1 . ) . Cf. kara 9. 2. materia l '( made) out of' = kara 3 (but preferred to kara in speech) : kam i de tukuru 'makes it (out) of paper', kl de dekite iru 'is made (out) of wood'.
G. , to mark the possessed in a possessive sentence, here regarded as somethi ng more than a simplex to begin with, as explai ned in § 3. 5 and elsewhere. Simi lar ly, N to marks not only the reciproca l-considered an adj unct in the simplex-but also the "comitative", here considered an abbreviation of N t�1 issyo/tomo(-) ni 'together with', i n turn an adverbia l i zation of a separate nom i nal sentence that contai ns a reciprocal. It is possible that the reciprocal should be given two positions in the neutra l order: d irectly af ter the object (thus final position) when the pred icate is a transitive verb; d irectly after the subject (as above) with other pred icates.
489- 90. E 5d. Kotosi wa n f-nen -buri de Toodai no si ken ga atte, ... 'This year for the first time in two years Tokyo U niversity [ entrance] examinations are taking place, and . ' (SA 2673. 1 6a) . E 5e. N ippon-zikan de II kesa I mimei I ... 'Before dawn this morning, Japa n time, . . 1 23a ) -the second de is cause (6). E 6. cause or reason (= no tame ; cf. ni l b) : soko de 'for that reason'; byooki de yasum u 'stays home with i l lness'; N an de sinda daroo 'I wonder what he d ied of/from '; hisyo-ti de sirarete iru mati 'a town known as/for a summer resort'; kane de komaru 'is em barrassed by the money' (cf.
A Reference Grammar of Japanese by Samuel Elmo Martin