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· Bridging the Gap: Police - Japanese, Fifth Edition

· Y's of Life (Available in print and as an eBook)

· Bridging the Gap: Police - Japanese, Third Edition

· Physical Security for Information Protection

· Basic Security Management

· Everything (Available in print; e-book, 2nd Ed.; and Kindle, 3rd Ed.)


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· Battered Box

· Our Garden

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Object Marking in Japanese: A Self-study Programmed Lesson
by Robert T. Wood   


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Books by Robert T. Wood     View all 7
· Physical Security for Information Protection
· Basic Security Management
· Y's of Life (Available in print and as an eBook)


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Publisher:  Lulu.com ISBN-10:  1411640659 Type:  Non-Fiction
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Copyright:  September 9, 2005 ISBN-13:  9781411640658


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This programmed, self-paced lesson focuses exclusively on the use of postpostions (ga and (w)o) with grammatical objects in the Japanese language without wavering or getting off track in the labyrinth of Japanese syntax and other grammatical issues.

This text is a carefully programmed lesson that focuses strictly on the use of postpostions (ga and (w)o) in Japanese grammar; an area that is often confusing and a difficult stumbling block for students of Japanese language.A unique attribute of the lesson is a formula for explaining the relationship between Japanese verb structure and postpositions. A theory that Wood developed more than 20 years ago and has refined. It is an interesting and revolutionary way of looking at sentence structure and how, by evaluating the verb structure, one can determine the proper postposition for use with a direct object in a Japanese sentence.  




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Books by
Robert T. Wood



Physical Security for Information Protection

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Basic Security Management

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Y's of Life (Available in print and as an eBook)

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Everything (Available in print; e-book, 2nd Ed.; and Kindle, 3rd Ed.)

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Bridging the Gap: Police - Japanese, Fifth Edition

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Bridging the Gap: Police - Japanese, Third Edition





Object Marking in Japanese: A Self-study Programmed Lesson

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