Item #64967 日粤會話 / Nichietsu kaiwa [= Japanese-Yue (Cantonese) conversation]
日粤會話 / Nichietsu kaiwa [= Japanese-Yue (Cantonese) conversation]

日粤會話 / Nichietsu kaiwa [= Japanese-Yue (Cantonese) conversation]

Taihoku: Taiwan Governor General's Office, 1940. Second printing, 16mo, pp. [4], 8, 352, [10], [2]; parallel text in Japanese and Chinese with Japanese introduction and furigana aids; one chart plate; modern burgundy library buckram, original printed paper wrappers bound in; wrappers soiled, else near fine. Etsu, or Yue, is a group of dialects spoken in South East China, the most prominent of which is Cantonese. This book provides a pronunciation guide and Japanese-Yue reference list of vocabulary and useful phrases broken down by subjects, such as numbers, buildings, food, giving orders, seeking accommodation, etc. Georgetown only in OCLC, listing the first printing. Item #64967

Price: $125.00

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