Proceedings of the second conference on japanese linguistics and language teaching. Ediz. inglese e giapponese.pdf

Proceedings of the second conference on japanese linguistics and language teaching. Ediz. inglese e giapponese

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JAPANESE: SECOND LANGUAGE 4 Section One: Response: Listening 30% (47 Marks) This section contains 19 questions. Answer all questions in English in the spaces provided. You will hear six (6) texts in Japanese. Each text will be played twice, with a short pause between the first and second readings. Traditionally, linguistic research has focused on the Indo-European language family - particularly English - and languages like Japanese and Chinese have not been pursued in theoretical developments. However, once scholars started to pay more attention to Japanese, its similarities to and difference

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