DICTIONARY OF INTERMEDIATE JAPN GRAMMAR
To advance beyond beginning-level Japanese, students must develop an understanding of complex sentence structures for reading authentic texts, a mastery of conjunctions and transitional phrases for coherent sentence production, and a familiarity with nuances among related expressions for conveying ideas accurately. Arranged in dictionary form, with an abundance of example sentences, A Dictionary of Intermediate Japanese Grammar goes beyond the basics to provide students with information essential at the intermediate level.
The book includes three key sections: Special Topics in Intermediate Japanese Grammar, Main Entries, and Appendices. Main entries use furigana instead of romanization, and contain detailed, easy-to-understand explanations, examples, and charts for 200 topics from both written and spoken Japanese. Appendices deal with katakana transcription, particles, verbs, and more. Indexes are in English and romanized Japanese.