In Japanese (and other East Asian languages), the denominator of a fraction is read as a part of the modifier to the numerator: 3分の5 'five that was divided by three' 'five thirds' This ...
No I'm not claiming the Altaic hypothesis so try not to bring that up in answers. Still there are grammatical similarities between Japanese and Turkish such as agglutination and use of postpositions ...
Like how it is common to see their/there and "could/would/should of" instead of "could/would/should have" in English discussions.
Everyone says Japanese is a hard language, but if you remove the Kanji learning part from it, is it just as easy as any other language which just has a different writing system? Is spoken Japanese ...
In Japan and in Japanese the Honbu of Judo is called Kodakan [講道館] or a place for the study of the way... I would like to know, if in appropriate Japanese language it would be possible to discover a ...