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Japanese translation: 命令形

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English term or phrase:instructional language
Japanese translation:命令形
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08:33 Aug 2, 2006
English to Japanese translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Linguistics / Technical Writing
English term or phrase: instructional language
When writing user manual technical writers have to bear in mind that procedures must be written in "instructional language" for easy understanding.
sanjainihongo
India
Local time: 01:01
命令形
Explanation:
Other word for "instructional language" is order language. This means sentences written in order form. They are, for example, in Japanese ”しなさい” languages such as ”行きなさい” ”書きなさい” ”言いなさい” or ”行ってはならない” ”書くな” ”言うな", etc. and their variations. Also in English "Do this", "Do that", or "Don't do this", "Don't do that", also called "imperative mood".

See following site:

http://anglaisfrancais.hp.infoseek.co.jp/i/imperative.html

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命令形


Explanation:
Other word for "instructional language" is order language. This means sentences written in order form. They are, for example, in Japanese ”しなさい” languages such as ”行きなさい” ”書きなさい” ”言いなさい” or ”行ってはならない” ”書くな” ”言うな", etc. and their variations. Also in English "Do this", "Do that", or "Don't do this", "Don't do that", also called "imperative mood".

See following site:

http://anglaisfrancais.hp.infoseek.co.jp/i/imperative.html



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