Folkestone, Kent: Global Oriental. Oldest attested stage of the Japanese language. Personal pronouns were distinguished by taking the genitive marker ga , in contrast to the marker no 2 used with demonstratives and nouns. Logograms Kanbun Kanji by concept by stroke count Kanji radicals by frequency by stroke count Ryakuji. Typically for a Japonic language and for a step in the evolutionary line of modern Japanese, Old Japanese was a primarily agglutinative language with subject—object—verb word ordering. Old Japanese: A Phonetic Reconstruction. A limited number of Japanese words, mostly personal names and place names, are recorded phonetically in ancient Chinese texts such as the "Wei Zhi" portion of the Records of the Three Kingdoms 3rd century AD , but the transcriptions by Chinese scholars are unreliable. Kanbun Kanji by concept by stroke count Kanji radicals by frequency by stroke count Ryakuji. The Languages of Japan and Korea.
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