By Johann Joseph Hoffmann
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1765. bdsi, or siyu-ran or Miydvi-koto-atsume View , of the by ISI-GAVA GA-BAU. 1812. * =5* ^* -j|^ fl~H u koto no w*/ ^i 2^ * ^. Ga-gen ka-zi kdku , Standard of the correct lan- in JTa/za-writing, by ITSI-OKA TAKE-FIKO. 1814. guage" O O . H^ |l| TANI-GAVA 6. ^ SI SEI. New ^f^ <_j * / TFa-^Mwwo siwori, or Guide to the Japanese language ," by 1830. Japanese. Opposed to the FUru-koto since the 16 th century, New the is for the Japanese, as it has newest type of which the style been in vogue may pass, in which the diplomatic documents of our time, particularly the Treaties concluded with the Western Powers in 1855, are composed The for this 1 ).
May known be attained. , the object of pursuit To is then determined : that being determined , that there will succeed a tranquil repose. That being attained, be careful deliberation, and that deliberation will be followed by the attainment (of the desired LEGGE, Chinese classics. Vol. I. 220. INTRODUCTION. Reading of the Japanese 35 text. Nagasaki oyobi Hakodate no minato no foka, tsugini nosuru ba-slyo ki-gen yori akubesi wo sano 1 ). The frequent use made of Chinese ideographic signs in this style of writing has for consequence, that even people of the lower order are more or less ac- quainted with education, and it make ample work-people panese appreciating a sort of knowledge , use of which, it.
Thus is ? L is words and write mitsi and mitsu, or cha- form of writing adopted by some, mits and The accented vowel \i it our writing we must, because in 1 e. end of the words. masi, masu, masita sounds as masi, mas, masta, , , The or u, in which these sounds as smd, ^? , 2/2 ^ chiefly those mdtsti , (pinetree) , short-close fy ? , sake is, (strong drink). The consonant, following a ciation, 7 -$ , though not in writing. Thus, dsa (the morning) as dssa; Since , ^ >" e. g. vowel ^^, is often doubled in pronun- fdna (flower) sounds as fauna; sake (strong drink) as sdkke.
A Japanese Grammar by Johann Joseph Hoffmann