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may I translate this article and publish it in LJ community with proper credits to 15:44, 18 October 2006 (EDT)

  • Sure, that would be fine. If you have more to add to the list or to embellish it, please do so. Thanks for asking!

I just want to make people aware that the word I put in as an adverb was just one I looked up. not one I know. John2 18:21, 8 July 2008 (EDT)

more work :)

just for completeness, this is the list of words marked as (gram) (grammar) in EDICT.

一人称 [いちにんしょう] /(n) (gram) first person/
仮定形 [かていけい] /(n) (gram) hypothetical form/
過去形 [かこけい] /(n) (gram) past tense/
格変化 [かくへんか] /(n) (gram) change of case/
冠詞 [かんし] /(n) (gram) article/
完了時制 [かんりょうじせい] /(n) (gram) perfect tense/
感嘆詞 [かんたんし] /(n) (gram) interjection/
感歎詞 [かんたんし] /(oK) (n) (gram) interjection/
間接目的語 [かんせつもくてきご] /(n) (gram) indirect object/
客語 [かくご] /(n) (gram) object/
客語 [きゃくご] /(n) (gram) object/
近称 [きんしょう] /(n) (gram) (grammatical term indicating) proximity/
係り結び [かかりむすび] /(n) (gram) connection/relation/linked form/bounded form/
係結び [かかりむすび] /(n) (gram) connection/relation/linked form/bounded form/
係助詞 [かかりじょし] /(n) (gram) binding (linking, connecting) particle, i.e. specifying an expression later in the sentence/
形容詞句 [けいようしく] /(n) (gram) adjective phrase/adjectival phrase/
敬体 [けいたい] /(n) (gram) distal style/
原級 [げんきゅう] /(n,n) (1) one's former grade/(2) (gram) positive grade/
現在完了 [げんざいかんりょう] /(n) (gram) present perfect tense/
三人称 [さんにんしょう] /(n) (gram) third person/
指定詞 [していし] /(n) (gram) copula/
時制 [じせい] /(n) (gram) tense/
時相 [じそう] /(n) (gram) tense/
主格 [しゅかく] /(n) (gram) nominative case/
主語 [しゅご] /(n) (gram) subject/(P)/
主文 [しゅぶん] /(n) (gram) the text/the main clause/the main part of a document/
受身形 [うけみけい] /(n) (gram) passive voice/
修飾 [しゅうしょく] /(n,vs) (1) ornamentation/embellishment/decoration/adornment/polish up (writing)/(2) modification (gram)/
修飾語 [しゅうしょくご] /(n) (gram) modifier/
終止形 [しゅうしけい] /(n) (gram) predicative form/
述部 [じゅつぶ] /(n) (gram) predicate/
所有格 [しょゆうかく] /(n) (gram) possessive case/
助詞 [じょし] /(n) (gram) particle/postposition/(P)/
助辞 [じょじ] /(n) (gram) particle/auxiliary word/
常体 [じょうたい] /(n) (gram) direct style/
人称 [にんしょう] /(n) (gram) person/personal/
接続語 [せつぞくご] /(n) (gram) conjunction or particle/
接続詞 [せつぞくし] /(n) (gram) conjunction/
前置詞 [ぜんちし] /(n) (gram) preposition/
属格 [ぞっかく] /(n) (gram) genitive case/
他称 [たしょう] /(n) (gram) third person/
打ち消し [うちけし] /(n) (gram) negation/denial/negative/(P)/
打消 [うちけし] /(n) (gram) negation/denial/negative/
打消し [うちけし] /(n) (gram) negation/denial/negative/(P)/
対格 [たいかく] /(n) (gram) accusative case/
代名詞 [だいめいし] /(n) (gram) pronoun/(P)/
第一人称 [だいいちにんしょう] /(n) (gram) first person/
第三人称 [だいさんにんしょう] /(n) (gram) third person/
第二人称 [だいににんしょう] /(n) (gram) second person/
奪格 [だっかく] /(n) (gram) ablative/
直接目的語 [ちょくせつもくてきご] /(n) (gram) direct object/
二人称 [ににんしょう] /(n) (gram) second person/
不可算名詞 [ふかさんめいし] /(n) (gram) uncountable noun/
付加語 [ふかご] /(n) (gram) adjunct word/
副詞 [ふくし] /(n) (gram) adverb/(P)/
物質名詞 [ぶっしつめいし] /(n) (gram) material noun/
補語 [ほご] /(n) (gram) complement/
未然形 [みぜんけい] /(n) (gram) imperfective form/
名詞節 [めいしせつ] /(n) (gram) noun clause/nominal clause/
命令形 [めいれいけい] /(n) (gram) imperative mood/
目的語 [もくてきご] /(n) (gram) object/
連体形 [れんたいけい] /(n) (gram) participle adjective/attributive form/
連用形 [れんようけい] /(n) (gram) conjunctive form/continuative form/
已然形 [いぜんけい] /(n) (gram) old name for imperfective form/

Linguistic/Grammar Japanese Grammar Terms?

Just a small question on the purpose of this page: Do we want to include the Japanese equivalent of all grammar terms in linguistic grammar in general? Or just those grammatical terms that apply to the Japanese language? (eg, we would not need to include case, nominative, instrumental etc) As this is about the Japanese language, I think that we should stick to the second option, only those terms that one may encounter when learning Japanese. --Blutorange 18:22, 15 May 2010 (UTC)

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