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Free Learning Tagalog samples, quick references (cheat sheets), and various Learning Tagalog for Classroom Use (PDF) · Essential Tagalog Grammar Index. Learn Tagalog free online with our comprehensive Tagalog grammar. Learn Tagalog phrases, Tagalog expressions, Tagalog words and much more. Brief table. 6 Essential Tagalog Grammar. Pronouns. Ang pronouns. Personal pronouns. Demonstrative pronouns. Uses of Ang pronouns. Ng pronouns.
Introduction A. Japanese Sentence-final Particles Japanese Sentence-Final Particles are a type of particles used at utterance-final position in spoken language and popular written media. SFPs display a variety of discourse-pragmatic functions and are frequently found in spoken Japanese between people in an informal relationship. They are utilized as a tool to guarantee that conversations are delivered smoothly and non-confrontational and to carry a social meaning without changing the referential meaning of the sentence Cook, ; Maynard, , Japanese SFPs exhibit 1 a speaker's certainty in an assertion, 2 a speaker's level of willingness to have an utterance challenged, and 3 a speaker's "solicitation of confirmatory response" Tsuchihashi, p. Other than all these functions of SFPs, they can also be categorized into three basic types: Question, Agreement or Confirmation, and Emphatic according to Fujimoto
Final glottal stops Some final vowels end with a glottal stop when followed by a pause e. Kumust a? How are you?
Kumusta n a? These optional long vowels are not indicated in this book.
When not followed by a pause. Maaga pa h. Although it is used in some dictionaries and Tagalog learning materials.
The system is explained in Appendix A p. I tlog. Gabi na. Abri l. Replaceable sounds Replaceable vowel sounds Some vowel sounds in native words can be replaced under certain conditions. Pe rlas. E le ksyon. Biyo lin.
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Japanese Sentence-final Particles Japanese Sentence-Final Particles are a type of particles used at utterance-final position in spoken language and popular written media. SFPs display a variety of discourse-pragmatic functions and are frequently found in spoken Japanese between people in an informal relationship.
They are utilized as a tool to guarantee that conversations are delivered smoothly and non-confrontational and to carry a social meaning without changing the referential meaning of the sentence Cook, ; Maynard, , Japanese SFPs exhibit 1 a speaker's certainty in an assertion, 2 a speaker's level of willingness to have an utterance challenged, and 3 a speaker's "solicitation of confirmatory response" Tsuchihashi, p.
Other than all these functions of SFPs, they can also be categorized into three basic types: Question, Agreement or Confirmation, and Emphatic according to Fujimoto The basic types of SFPs are used by both men and women and all other SFPs belong to a subtype of one of the basic types.
Objective In this paper, the researcher will examine only the particles with obscure or the unknown origins categorized by Prassol , particularly na, ne, yo, and zo. Particles ne and yo are the most exclusively studied of all the SFPs, however we would not want to focus on just the two but also of na and the understudied zo. The data is comprised of Random samples of each genre were taken.
The compiled materials date from a roughly 30 year period - and the main body of the corpus texts are from Also, Detective Conan Volume 1 manga original Japanese version and Tagalog-translated version were used to compare both languages and seek for complementary SFPs. Sample sentences from various studies of the SFPs were also cited and analyzed D. Some subtype of SFPs with just a difference on the intonation will not be fully discussed.
Gender and age variables will be taken into account; however the sentences being analyzed are as much as possible all-male dialogues. Tagalog SFPs will also be mentioned and compared. Data Analysis A. Functions The SFPs will be discussed accordingly. They will also be categorized based on the analyzed functions. Ne Ne is poly-functional and its function is determined by the context. Ne is usually used to display feelings of being impressed or even a casual exclamation, mild warnings, soft insistence Fujimoto, , an intimate question or a tag question marker Kendall, , emphasis, and agreement.
The intonation variation of Ne which is Nee is used in the same way but implies even more emotion. All in all, it softens a statement and invites the hearer to confirm.
Ne is used commonly by both genders Vranic, However, if there is the SFP ne, a speaker would require a hearer to elicit agreement with him.
Na Na has various functions at the end of an utterance. In this section, the researcher limited the functions into which is similar to other SFPs.
Like Ne, there is a lengthened naa which has more emotional tone than the basic na, and expresses wishful thinking. Furthermore, Na is also a tag question marker but is stronger than ne Kendal, ; Nishiguchi, It is also used as a tone where the speaker is lecturing the hearer.
It is often used in comments and to report personal thoughts which are clearly not strong claim, but eliciting response from the hearer.
As it is casual in tone, it is used more in the plain form than the polite form and by male speakers. The researcher belives that na and other SFPs such as ze and zo are symbols of masculine speech and indicate the forcefulness of an utterance Ochs, or strong insistence of the speaker Uyeno, Yo Yo, same as the other SFPs, has various functions.
However in this paper, emphasis on command will not be analyzed. Uyeno states that yo is used when the speaker want to force the information on the hearer. Yo has two usages according to Kinsui , kyoji which is teaching or notifying and chuui or alert. Fujimoto, ; Kendall, This SFP together with ze do not exist in English, a fact which can cause them to be labelled by language teachers as untranslatable e.
Kawashima Zo has the functions of drawing attention while cautioning and marking a monologue mainly used by men. Some functions are rhetoric, reprimand, and emphasis Vranic, It also differs from SFP ze where ze functions as a decision and as a way to look cool. In example 4. However, we can also categorized Basic agreement Ne unisex and its subtype agreement Na male ; and basic emphatic Yo unisex and its subtype Zo male.
Also, in McCready , these SFPs are divided into speaker-oriented particles yo, zo and hearer — oriented particles ne, na. While yo can appear with imperatives, zo cannot, as well as several other clause types.
In hearer-oriented particles, na is the male speech counterpart of ne and the dialects of Western Japan. However, women also sometimes use even the male SFP na. According to Okamoto , SFPs are not symbols of power or masculinity, rather they are symbols of youth and freedom. Some of the SFPs are derived from other types of grammatical categories. You can put whatever you need to learn to good use at once.
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