Japanese-Language Education around the Globe - Vol.17

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Vol.17 (issued on June, 2007)

The academic papers section


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The Usage of “-te naranai” , “-te tamaranai” and “-te shikataganai” : A Comparison between Native Speakers of Japanese and Learners of Japanese

 

SUGIMURA Yasushi

2. Meaning and Usage of the Bound Morpheme ―sei in Modern Japanese TANAN Ponsan
3. A Contrastive Study of Topic Shifting in Chinese and Japanese Conversation ―Focusing on Topic Closing Process― YANG Hong
4. What do English Speakers Know about gera- gera and yota-yota? A Cross-linguistic Investigation of Mimetic Words of Laughing and Walking IWASAKI Noriko
David P. VINSON
Gabriella VIGLIOCCO
5. Learning “~dasu,” a Compound Verb Suffix, for Koreans Studying the Japanese Language ―Focusing on the Comparison of Semantic Domain with Native Japanese Speakers― BAEK Yiyun
6. Excuses Offered for Refusals in Japanese and English NISHIMURA Fumiko
7. A Cognitive Linguistic Approach to Unified Analysis of the Dative (-ni) Case SUGAI Kazumi

The practical / current-status reports section


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Report on the “Tokimeki Japanese Level Test” in Argentina: Targeting Learners below Level 4 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)

 

TOYOTA Maki
MORI Yuko

9. Introducing Content-based Curriculum in Intensive Courses for International Co-op Program at the University of Cincinnati, USA FUJIOKA-ITO Noriko
NAKAKUBO Takako
10. Designing a Learning Environment: Teacher Training Course as a Learner Community Chihiro Kinoshita THOMSON
11. An Application of Standards: Japanese-Language Curriculum Development for Graduate Students of International Relations USHIDA Eiko

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