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  • 1 Japanese language — Japanese 日本語 Nihongo Nihongo (Japanese) in Japanese script Pronunciation …

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  • 2 Japanese language — Language spoken by about 125 million people on the islands of Japan, including the Ryukyus. The only other language of the Japanese archipelago is Ainu (see Ainu), now spoken by only a handful of people on Hokkaido, though once much more… …

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  • 4 Japanese language education in the United States — began in the late 19th century, aimed mainly at Japanese American children and conducted by parents and community institutions; over the course of the next century, it would slowly expand to include non Japanese as well as native speakers (mainly …

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  • 5 Japanese language education in India — has experienced a boom in recent years, helping it to begin to catch up with foreign languages more traditionally popular among Indians, such as French and German. A 2006 survey by the Japan Foundation showed 369 teachers teaching 11,011 students …

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  • 6 Japanese Language Proficiency Test — Certificate of Proficiency awarded for passing the Level N1 JLPT conducted in 2010. The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (日本語能力試験, Nihongo Nōryoku Shiken …

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  • 7 Japanese language education in Russia — formally dates back to December 1701 or January 1702, when Dembei, a shipwrecked Japanese merchant, was taken to Moscow and ordered to begin teaching the language as soon as possible.cite journal|last=Lensen|first=George Alexander|title=The… …

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  • 8 Japanese language education in Vietnam — first became widespread during the Empire of Vietnam, which was set up as a puppet state after Japan s 1941 World War II invasion of French Indochina. However, after Japan s 1945 surrender and withdrawal from Vietnam, there was little further… …

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  • 9 Japanese language education in Mongolia — formally dates back to 1975, when the National University of Mongolia established an elective course in Japanese language. A 2003 survey found 199 teachers teaching 9,080 students of Japanese at 67 different institutions.cite web|publisher=The… …

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  • 10 Japanese language education in Kazakhstan — dates back to 1992; the Japan Foundation s 2006 survey showed 51 teachers teaching the language to 1,569 students at thirteen institutions in Kazakhstan; the number of students increased by 38% as compared to the 2003 survey and more than triple… …

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  • 11 Japanese language education in Thailand — formally dates back to the 1960s, when Thai universities began to establish Japanese language courses. A 2006 survey by the Japan Foundation found 1,153 teachers teaching the language to 71,083 students at 385 institutions; the number of students …

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  • 12 Japanese language education in Qatar — is not very widespread. A 2006 survey by the Japan Foundation found only 2 institutions in Qatar teaching the language, with 3 teachers and 187 students.cite paper|title=2006年海外日本語教育機関調査結果: カタール (Results of the 2006 survey of overseas Japanese… …

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  • 13 Japanese Language and Literature — (JLL) is a journal published twice yearly (in April and November) by the Association of Teachers of Japanese (ATJ). Published continuously since the founding of the ATJ in 1963, JLL covers material on Japanese pedagogy , Japanese linguistics and… …

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  • 14 Japanese language and computers — In relation to the Japanese language and computers many adaptation issues arise, some unique to Japanese and others common to languages which have a very large number of characters. The number of characters needed in order to write English is… …

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  • 15 Japanese Language Proficiency Test — Die Japanisch Sprachprüfung Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT, jap. 日本語能力試験 nihongo nōryoku shiken) ist ein standardisierter Test zur Überprüfung der Kenntnisse der japanischen Sprache für Nicht Muttersprachler, hauptsächlich im Bereich… …

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  • 16 Japanese language proficiency test — Test d aptitude en japonais Le Test d Aptitude en Japonais (日本語能力試験, Nihongo nōryoku shiken?) est le test de maîtrise du japonais le plus populaire. Il est souvent désigné par son appellation en anglais Japanese Language Proficiency Test ou par l …

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  • 17 Classification of the Japanese language — The immediate classification of the Japanese language is clear: it is a Japonic language, along with the Ryukyuan languages. Traditionally, these are considered dialects of a single language isolate. However, more distant connections remain… …

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  • 18 Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies — Infobox University name = Inter University Center for Japanese Language Studies native name = nihongo|アメリカ・カナダ大学連合に本研究センター|Amerika Kanada Daigaku Rengō Nihon Kenkyū Sentā latin name = motto = established = 1961 type = endowment = staff = faculty …

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  • 19 Classical Japanese language — The Classical Japanese language (文語, bungo?) is the literary form of the Japanese language that was the standard until the early Shōwa period (1926–89). It is based on Early Middle Japanese, the language as spoken during the Heian era (794–1185) …

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  • 20 Dong Du Japanese language School — (Japanese language: ドンズー日本語学校) is a school that provides Japanese language courses from basic to advanced, translation level in Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. They also provide Vietnamese language course for Japanese teachers and… …

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