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There are about 127 million people worldwide who speak Japanese, both in Japan and abroad. Japanese is a so-called agglutinative language and has a complex system of polite forms, which is apparent in the hierarchical relationships within Japanese society. This is clearly visible when Japanese people converse with one another.
Chinese has had a major influence on the Japanese language for the past 1500 years. Japanese writing is based on a mixture of Kanji – Chinese characters – and Hiragana and Katakana – Japanese characters based on syllables. Japanese is one of the two languages that form a part of the Japanese-Ryukyuan language family – the other language in this family is Ryukyuans, which is the language spoken on the Ryukyuan Islands. The origin of this language family is still a mystery. In many areas Japanese appears to be related to other languages. The most common theories are that Japanese is related to languages that used to be spoken in Korea and Manchuria. Japanese is related to Korean and it is an Atlaic language, which, according to those who support this theory, includes Mongolian, Tungusic, Turkish and Korean, - Japanese is a Creole language, possibly with Austronesian influences – Japanese is a pure Austronesian language – Japanese is related to Tamil.
When Japan occupied Korea, Taiwan, parts of China and different islands in the Pacific Ocean during World War II, the inhabitants of those areas were all forced to learn Japanese. As a result, many of the inhabitants of those areas still speak Japanese to this day in addition to or instead of the language of their region. Many Japanese emigrants all over the world still speak Japanese as their first language. The largest concentration of Japanese emigrants is found in Brazil, followed by Australia and the United States, where they are largely concentrated in California and Hawaii. However, the second generation of emigrants seldom speaks fluent Japanese.
Japanese did not have its own writing system back in the fifth century. Once the Japanese came into contact with the Chinese culture through Korean monks and scholars, they took on the Chinese writing along with other aspects of Chinese culture. Over time, this led to a Japanese writing system. Chinese characters were used for words of Chinese origin or Japanese words with the same meaning. Word endings and expressions with a grammatical purpose were also written in this kanji script until the development of the syllable-based writing systems Hiragana and Katakana. These days, word endings and grammatical parts of sentences are written in Hiragana. Japanese students learn Kanji during their first year of school. During their years of schooling they are taught a curriculum of the most important characters as determined since 1945 by the Japanese ministry of education.
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