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Which is a better language Japanese or French for a telecom SW engg according to the number of telecom job openings for different languages?
Asked in Japan, Japanese Language and Culture
What languages does a Japanese language school teach?
A Japanese language school teaches Japanese (by definition).
Asked in English Language
Is japanese one of the hardest languages to learn?
According to the Foreign Service Institute, Japanese is one of the most difficult languages for English speakers to learn (along with Arabic dialects and Chinese dialects). ...
Is Chinese and Japanese language same?
Chinese has different sounds, lettering, and meanings to their writings. Japanese is the same way but Japanese do borrow the Chinese lettering from the Chinese and but the Japanese do have their own pronunciation for it. They are still different languages. ...
Asked in Languages and Cultures
What countries language is not related to any other language in the world?
Korean and Japanese are their own separate group of languages. Even though Korean and Japanese are similar in sounds, not in alphabet. Japanese has Chinese characters, but have different sound for each character. So yes Korean and Japaneses are the only languages in the world not to be related to any other language in the world. ...
Asked in Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo
How do you change the language of a Nintendo 3DS from Japanese into English?
You can't - if the 3DS has Japanese language then it is a Japanese model and the only available languages are Japanese, Korean and simplified Chinese. ...
Asked in Ancient History
Which are the ancient languages?
Akkadian language Ancient Egyptian language Elamite language Etruscan language Extinct languages of Italy Gaulish language Ancient Greek language Hittite language Hurro-Urartian languages Archaic Japanese language Latin language Old Chinese Old Persian language Old South Arabian languages Paleo-Balkan languages Paleo-Iberian languages Pāli Sanskrit Sumerian language ...
What languages are spoken in Japan?
Japanese is the national language and the only one really used. However, there are many regional dialects such as the one spoken in Osaka, which sometimes has radically different words than those in standard Japanese. Writing Hiragana (ひらがな）- Japan's own original Writing system Katakana (カタカナ） Another writing system Kanji （漢字）- Chinese characters used in Japanese The main language is Japanese. However a lot of people can speak some level of English. Other languages are taught just as they are anywhere in the world ranging from Korean...
Asked in Chinese Language and Culture
Which language takes longer to write Japanese or Chinese?
Chinese and Japanese are different and totally unrelated languages. However, they use the same script. So, it wouldn't matter. The Korean language, another unrelated languages used to use the Chinese script but they have their own writing system now. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Izuru Shimmura written?
Izuru Shimmura has written: 'Nihon no kotoba' -- subject(s): Japanese language 'Kotoba no rekishi' -- subject(s): Japanese philology, History 'Gengogaku gairon' -- subject(s): Japanese language, Language and languages 'Tenseki sodan' -- subject(s): Libraries, Books 'Gengogaku gairon' -- subject(s): Japanese language, Language and languages ...
Is Tagalog similar to Japanese?
TAGALOG AND JAPANESE IS NOT SIMILAR AT ALL. Tagalog (A branch of Filipino language) was connected to Austronesian languages, while Japanese was connected to Japonic languages. Their writing is very different to each other too. Tagalog writing was using Latin letters and was once written with Baybayin (now extinct). Japanese uses Kanji, Katakana and Hiragana. Japanese language, is pretty hard in writing; but in word construction, Tagalog is a brain-crusher. ...
Asked in Japan
What are the top three languages of Japan?
The top language in Japan is Japanese. After that, there are about 15 minority languages (including sign languages), but none of these can be considered a "top" language. For more information about the languages of Japan, click here. ...
Asked in History of Japan, Languages and Cultures
What languages were spoken in the Tokugawa Shogunate?
Japanese was the official language of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
Is there a major difference between the Japanese language and the Chinese language?
There are many differences between the two languages, but it takes time to spot them. Japanese is often written in kanji, which is Chinese calligraphy but is also made up of katakana and hiragana, two alphabets used only by the Japanese language. The language itself is very different, because it is a different country, culture and lifestyle. The number system is taken from the Chinese language, but it should be noted that Japanese has its own counting system that isn't recognized by...
Asked in Languages and Cultures
What Language was spoken in 1441 bc?
At that time, there were approximately 3,000 different languages spoken on the Earth, including: Ancestral Pueblo languages in North America Hebrew Hindi and many other languages of India Greek Egyptian Chinese Japanese ...
Asked in Translations
How do you spell the seven days of the week in Asian?
There is no language called "Asian". Asia consists of many different countries and many different languages, such as Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Laotian, Vietnamese, etc. Please specify which language you mean. ...