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please give a site for advanced Japanese grammar forms
Thread poster: salman
salman
Local time: 20:36
English to Japanese
Feb 8, 2003

hello everybody,



I have just seen some postings such as それにもかかわらず、それなのに、それはさておきetc, and others such as おかげ、だらけ,etc to name only a few.

I request the site members and other experts to provide me a site that contains detailed explanation of these forms. This is solely for Level-2 and Level-1 proficiency test preparation.


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Mario Cerutti  Identity Verified
Japan
Local time: 00:06
Italian to Japanese
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Is your question clearly formulated? Feb 10, 2003

Otherwise I cannot understand how you are translating from Japanese into English without knowing these very basic terms? Perhaps you wanted to ask a slightly different question?



Kind regards



Mario Cerutti


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Ruchira Shukla
India
Local time: 20:36
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May be he is a student ! Feb 10, 2003

Hi

From what I can gather from his profile, I think Salman is just a student .. he lives in India and as far as I know there are not many grammar books available there … Infact there are hardly any books available related to learning Japanese language. Unless you get them from Japan.

Perhaps That’s why he wants to know a few good Grammar sites!

Frankly I dont know any .. so if any one knows of any good sites please share them !



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On 2003-02-10 11:24, aliseo wrote:

Otherwise I cannot understand how you are translating from Japanese into English without knowing these very basic terms? Perhaps you wanted to ask a slightly different question?



Kind regards



Mario Cerutti



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salman
Local time: 20:36
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some sites of japanese grammar Feb 10, 2003

Otherwise I cannot understand how you are translating from Japanese into English without knowing these very basic terms? Perhaps you wanted to ask a slightly different question?



mario san, what u presume about me is wrong. that¥'s because, my question is not related to translations because I can translated fairly well, but as I had mentioned, I need this for level-2 and level-1 preparation. Hope I am clear.





agree with ruchira¥'s opinion.



From what I can gather from his profile, I think Salman is just a student .. he lives in India and as far as I know there are not many grammar books available there … Infact there are hardly any books available related to learning Japanese language. Unless you get them from Japan.

Perhaps That’s why he wants to know a few good Grammar sites!

Frankly I dont know any .. so if any one knows of any good sites please share them !





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xxxHIROSE  Identity Verified
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Search with Japanese grammer Feb 10, 2003

My suggestion for Salman is to do an internet search with the key words of \"Japanese grammer\" rahter than \"translation\". I know there are many good sites. I just do not have time to do the search for you.



Good luck.



[ This Message was edited by:on2003-02-10 17:44]


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