Teach Yourself Japanese

Table of Contents

0. Cover

1. Introduction
1.1. Introduction to Japanese
1.2. Romanization, phonemes, and morae
1.3. Grammatical terms

2. Standard hiragana
2.1. Hiragana for vowels
2.2. Hiragana for k/g + vowels
2.3. Hiragana for s/z + vowels
2.4. Hiragana for t/d + vowels
2.5. Hiragana for n + vowels
2.6. Hiragana for h/b/p + vowels
2.7. Hiragana for m + vowels
2.8. Hiragana for y + vowels
2.9. Hiragana for r + vowels
2.10. Hiragana for w + vowels
2.11. Hiragana for /N/, /Q/, and /H/

3. Double hiragana
3.1. Double hiragana for consonants + y + vowels
3.2. Hiragana only for imported words

4. Other kana information
4.1. Romanized Japanese in English
4.2. Hiragana table
4.3. Hiragana shapes
4.4. Katakana table
4.5. Katakana shapes
4.6. Punctuation
4.7. Java program to memorize kana
4.8. Java program to display kana
4.9. Java program to draw hiragana strokes
4.10. Java program to draw katakana strokes
4.11. Java game of hiragana and katakana

5. Numbers
5.1. Small numbers
5.2. Large numbers
5.3. Counters
5.4. Decimals and fractions
5.5. The months and the days
5.6. Java program to display numbers

6. Greetings

7. Basic grammar
7.1. Cases and postpositions
7.2. Topics and focuses
7.3. Verbs
7.4. Copula
7.5. Adjectives
7.6. Relative clauses
7.7. Negative forms
7.8. Java program to display inflections
7.9. Emotion markers
7.10. Questions

8. Vocabulary
8.1. Pronouns
8.2. Demonstratives
8.3. Body parts
8.4. Kinship
8.5. Colors
8.6. Space-time
8.7. Vertebrates
8.8. Invertebrates
8.9. Plants

9. Dialogues
9.1. Dialogue 1
9.2. Dialogue 2

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