Japanese self-addressed questions
Self-addressed questions (SAQs) are characterized as “uttered in the absence of an addressee” in the literature ( Eckardt 2020 , 2). Based on this characterization, the
This paper shows that there is a subclass of adjectives in Japanese called adjectival nouns, which consists of adjectives mostly of foreign origin, and this subset of the adjectives is required to undergo nominalization by the merger of a null nominalizing suffix. This process of nominalization takes place either prior to the PF interface or at PF, depending on the types of null nominalizing suffixes that merge with adjectival nouns. The proposed multilevel nominalization analysis has desirable consequences for adjectival nouns, and can also be extended to a subclass of verbs in Japanese, which likewise are typically of foreign origin.
Nonetheless, journalists attacking Veress highlighted only two elements in his activities of the era before 1945: the Japanese Symphony , as a document of the composer's Japanese-friendly and Fascist convictions, and his inaugural speech at the Academy of
English segment speech in feet, while Japanese is a representative mora-timed language and speakers of Japanese segment speech in morae. Following this claim, clear differences can be expected between the rhythm of English produced by native speakers of