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This committee emphasized the necessity of such an adoption as most fundamental to the future progress and civilization of Japan. But from the phonetical point of view, there is no difference between them at all. ADDITIONAL SYLLABLES The additional sound syllables are with guttural sounds, g, z, d, and b, and are called "modified" or "nigori" sound. animosity (n.) Tekigaishin; Zoo; Nikushimi no Kokoro.

The author has tried to illustrate the meaning of each word by showing some of its background. annul (v.t.) torikesu; massatsusuru; jokyo- suru; nurikesu. apace (adv.) isoide; hayaashini; jinsokuni; sumiyakani. apart (adv.) (Toki ya Basho de) ai-wakarete; hikihanarete; bunrishite; betsubetsuni.

This was done in order to help the student picture the actual meaning. annular (adj.) Wa no yona; kanjono; Wa de shirusareta. apartment (n.) Apato (Hoteru no gotoku de ikutsu-ka no Heya ga Ikken no lye ni nari, okuno Kazoku ga sunde iru) .

Among these fifty basic sounds, the most important of them are the first five, which are composed of the vowels and from which the other unit sounds derive by prefixing the consonant to each of the vowels. (v.i.) kotaeru (Kotoba, Kakimbno, matawa Okonai nado de); (Mokuteki nado ni) kanau; jubun to naru; mitasu; Sekinin o motsu. antagonism («.) aihantaisuru Mono no Tekitai-koi; Tekitai; Tekitairyoku; Teki- gaishin. apocrypha (n.) Chosha no hakkirisenu Kaki- mono; Shusho ya Kakite ga hakkirisenu Shodai-kyokai no Kakimono; Apocrypha: Keigaiseisho (Kyuyaku-seisho no uchi de mukashi tsuite ite Ima wa Shinkyoha no Seisho kara habukarete iru Mono).

VOWELS a i u e o The pronunciation of these vowels is : A is a. (The sound a does not change into a as: same, came, tame, name, etc., or a, as in pan, am, an, ancient, etc. antagonist (n.) Tekitaisha (Giron ya Okonai de Jiokano Hito ni taikosuru Mono); Kyososha; Kataki; (Kusuri) hokano Kusuri no Koryoku o uchikesu Kusuri. (adj.) tekitaitekina; tekitai- koino; hantaino; ai-irenai; temukaino. apologize (v.i.) wabiru; iiwakesuru; koto- warisuru; benkaisuru.

Therefore^ pronunciation is very simple and limited. anonymous (adj.) Na o happyosenu; Chosha no Na o dasanu; tokumeinq; Chosha ya Dairinin no wakaranai. apiary (■».) Mitsubachi no Su no aru Basho; Hachi-no-su o ireta Hako ga takusan narande iru Tokoro.

Then again, besides these fifty-unit sounds, there are fifty-four more of these unit sounds which are related somewhat to the fifty basic sounds but are of less importance. another (adj.) hokano; tano; betsuno; tsugi- tashino; chigatta; 2. apiculture (n.) Hachi o kau koto; Yoho (Mitsubachi o kau Keieiho) .

From the beginning of his career, the author spent almost thirty years in crusading for the adoption of Romanized letters to express Japanese thoughts, instead of being dependent upon the Japanese characters. animal (n.) Ikimono; Dobutsu; (Seibutsu no uchi Shokubutsu kara hanareta Konchu, Tori, Hachurui, sonota no Honryudobutsu, Ningen nado o kuwaete iu) ; (Ningen to hikihanashita) Dobutsu; (yotsuashino) Dobutsu; Kemono; Kedamono; zankoku- na Ningen; Kemono no y5na Hito; 2. (adj.) Inochi o sazukerareta; Seimei o motta; kakki-tappurino.