Japanese pronouns (or Japanese deictic classifiers) are words in the Japanese language used to address or refer to present people or things, where present means people or things that can be pointed at.
Japanese Satsuma Pottery Gotheborg
Satsuma or Satsuma Yaki, generic marks; Generic Satsuma marks refer to marks added to a Japanese ceramic piece to indicate a style in general instead being the name of a specific company, studio or any individual artist.
Maruchan (マルちゃん, Maru chan) is a Japanese brand of instant ramen noodles and related products produced by Toyo Suisan Kaisha, Ltd of Tokyo, Japan.
What is the difference between san, sama, kun and chan?
Chan (ちゃん) is a form of san used to refer to children and female family members, close friends and lovers. The change from san to chan is a kind of "baby talk" in Japanese where "sh" sounds are turned into "ch" sounds, such as chitchai for chiisai, "small".
Korean: Some sociolinguistic characteristics | Gerd ...
Lecture given at the seminar ‘Languages in Asia’ La Trobe University, 10 August 2009 KOREAN Some sociolinguistic characteristics Gerd Jendraschek RCLT, La Trobe University [email protected] 1.
Japan Glossary | JapanVisitor Japan Travel Guide
Japan glossary listing: read an A Z glossary of Japanese cultural and linguistic terms and their meanings in English.
South Korea CULTURAL IDENTITY Country Studies
South Korea Table of Contents. South Korea's homogeneous population shares a common ethnic, cultural, and linguistic heritage. National self image is, on one level, unambiguously defined by the convergence of territorial, ethnic, linguistic, and cultural identities.
You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink.
Theory about Korean Origins Leon's Planet Index
Encyclopedia Britannica (Concise) has an article entitled "Korean Language" wherein one may read the following: "Korean is not closely related to any other language, though a distant genetic kinship to Japanese is now thought probable by some scholars, and an even more remote relationship to the Altaic languages is possible.
JLPT1kanji JLPT1vocab on…romaji kun ア アシア…つぐ ア オ…おもねる アイ…あわれ あわれむ かなしい アイ…いとしい