Re: Documenting -E Suffix?
> Posted by: "Solveig Throndardottir"Also check if they have a website, you can often find out this and other
> Noble Cousin!
> Greetings from Solveig!
>> Also, as for the book, it is in a local university library but I
>> don't think they let non-students/faculity use the library (i.e.
>> look at a book)... I know some Japanese from college... how much
>> does one need to know (i.e are the names listed or are they tucked
>> into paragraphs?)
> It largely depends on how they control their stacks. Asking is the
> only way to find out.
information there. It's also possible that they may sell library cards,
if it's local enough for you to visit often, this may be an option.
- Noble Cousins!
Greetings from Solveig!
> Also check if they have a website, you can often find out this andThese are excellent points. I have gotten access to the Harvard Yen-
> information there. It's also possible that they may sell library
> if it's local enough for you to visit often, this may be an option.
Ching Library by filling out a form at circulation. This allows me to
freely roam their stacks and read books inside the library. Cornell
University's library sells library privileges for $20.00 a month
which allows you to check books out of the library. I currently have
20 of their books sitting in a box near me.
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