Japanese Language

The foundation of the Japanese language, of course, is the first group – wagons. The words of the second group (Kang) are bookish words and are used mainly in written language. The advent of the third group of words Japanese must expand ties with other countries. If we talk about the grammar of Japanese, then there exists a proposal – a clearly defined procedure words. Tim Cawley is open to suggestions. For example, the same bunch is subject addition predicate (verb).

It is worth noting that the invariant particle-ga is always accompanied by the subject, and unchanging-a particle of – addition. In Japanese language has a case. Their presence makes it possible to preserve the value of the proposal, in whatever order (other than the usual) would not stand in its words. The order of words in a sentence can vary from one condition: the verb (predicate) should be at the end of sentences. Semantic core of the proposal in the Japanese language, that is the most important part of it, always placed at the end of sentences. This can be a verb or noun. Verbs in Japanese language does not depend on the type and number. They have special endings, indicating the time, the negation and the type of verb. If the meaning of the sentence is clear for whom it is addressed, the rules allow the Japanese to remove minor the sentence and leave a verb. Japanese language one word can express the sentence to determine which meaning in other languages use multiple words.