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JAPANESE Links (39)   Materials (12)   
Number of speakers: 125.000.000 (1985)
Language Code: JPN
In language groups: JAPANESE » JAPANESE
Spoken in: JAPAN [Details]

The Japanese language is spoken by about 125.000.000 people. The vast majority of the speakers live in Japan.

The linguistic adherence of Japanese is still matter of dispute: Some scholars link Japanese to Korean and the Altaic language family... [more ...]

1   GOO General Japanese-English Online Dictionary
2   JP NET/WW Kanji Kanji Project: Build Your Own Kanji Study Web Pages
3   Japanese Counter Word
4   Japanese Dictionaries
5   Japanese Grammar
6   Japanese KaNa Orthography Part I
7   Japanese Kana Orthography Part II
8   Japanese Kanji-English Dictionary
9   Japanese Katakana-English Dictionary
10   Japanese Language
11   Japanese Language
12   Japanese Language
13   Japanese Language Guide
14   Japanese Language Lessons
15   Japanese Literature
16   Japanese Name
17   Japanese Online Dictionary
18   Japanese Phrasebook
19   Japanese Proverbs
20   Japanese-English Dictionary
21   Japanese-English Dictionary Interface (JEDI)
22   Japanese-Online.Com
23   Jim Breen's WWWJDIC Japanese-English Dictionary Server
24   Kanji , Hiragana, Katakana and Romaji ...
25   Kanji Dictionary
26   Learn Japanese
27   Learn Japanese on the Web
28   Linguistics and Language-Related Web Sites in Japan
29   List of English Words with Japanese Origin
30   MIT Japanese Language Program
31   Office XP Tool: Japanese Language Pack
32   Rendaku
33   Rendaku: Its Domain and Linguistic Conditions
34   Sanseido Web Dictionary
35   Teach Yourself Japanese
36   TheJapanesePage.Com
37   Using Japanese Language on Your Computer
38   WikiBooks: Japanese
39   YourDictionary.Com

1  Accentuation and Rendaku in Proper Nouns and their Theoretical Implications
2  Bibliograhpy of "Voicing in Japanese"
3  Corpus-Based Analysis of Vowel Devoicing in Spontaneous Japanese - An Interim Report
4  Devoiced Accented Vowels in Japanese
5  Recognizing Japanese Numeral-Classifier Combinations
6  Rendaku in Inflected Words
7  Rendaku in Loanwords
8  Rendaku: Its domain and linguistic conditions
9  Sei-daku: More than a voicing difference – For a better understanding of the rendaku phenomenon
10  Sequential voicing, postnasal voicing, and Lyman’s Law revisited
11  Some Factors concerning Vowel Devoicing: Consecutive Vowel Devoicing and Morpheme/Word Boundary
12  The Implicational Distribution of Prenasalized Stops in Japanese: Another Case of FAITH Demotion