"Japanese, The Spoken Language" by Eleanor Harz Jorden

Japanese, The Spoken Language Part 1, A Question and Answer Supplement Eleanor Harz Jorden, Mari Noda

Yale Language Series
Publication date:
25 May 1994
Yale University Press
132 pages: 279 x 216mm

This supplement to Japanese: The Spoken Languages (JSL), Part I, has been prepared to guide the instructor and the student step-by-step through the explanations of structure that are found in the main textbook. The question-and-answer format makes the material easier to follow by providing the questions that should be asked and the accurate answers to them. Meticulously prepared, this supplement makes the sections on structural patterns in JSL  much simpler to use.

Eleanor Harz Jorden is the Mary Donlon Alger Professor of Linguistics emeritus at Cornell University.  Mari Noda is an assistant professor of Japanese in the Department of  East Asian Languages and Literatures at The Ohio State University.