By Eleanor Harz Jorden
Первая часть учебника японского языка от Йельского университета.
Довольно таки известный учебник. Основной упор делается на азы разговорной речи и наработку шаблонов. По мнению авторов, изучение японского языка надо начинать с разговорной речи. И только потом переходить к письму и чтению. Я с ними согласен на все сто :-)
К сожалению, у меня нет аудиокассет к этому учебнику. Если у кого-то имеются, то не стесняйтесь добавлять :-). Спасибо заранее.
Желательно качать с rapidshare.com, т.к. файл лежит на Premium-Account.
Для тех же, кто не дружит с рапидой, приводится зеркало.
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Shcherba) which was considered by many classics of linguistics to play a key role in mastering a language. 1. 1. Purely Semantic Distinctions These diﬀerences are the most interesting and at the same time the most complex and varied, as they usually hold not only for a given synonym series but for a whole semantic class of words. For the verbs of locomotion, for example, differences of purpose are typical. Words denoting human emotional and intellectual properties and states are frequently distinguished by the features of cause and the way in which these properties and states are manifested.
Webster: ‘bad luck or adverse fortune’ or ‘an instance of adverse fortune’. Accident, casualty, mishap: ‘an accidental event having negative or damaging inﬂuence on a person’s normal activities or functioning’. Webster: ‘chance or a chance event bringing injury or loss’. Jump, leap, spring, bound, skip, hop: (a) ‘by a sudden muscular eﬀort to move oneself spatially, losing contact with any support’, or (b) ‘to move by this means’. Webster: ‘suddenly move in space by or as if by muscular eﬀort’.
Examine and inspect are synonymous in the sense ‘to consider something in detail with the aim of understanding or evaluating it’. Examine may 30 Problems of Synonymy equally denote considering something out of idle curiosity (he examined the passers-by, then with the same lack of intensity he examined his ﬁngers), and inspection with serious intent (he raised his eyes to examine her face very carefully; the jury examined the cups closely). Unlike this, inspect always denotes a fairly close consideration, usually with the aim of checking, monitoring, or exposing defects: to inspect each car (the pearl under magniﬁcation; the ﬁre-prevention system of the plant); to inspect every length of cloth for defects.