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Very little is known about the Japanese of this period.
Because writing like the "Kanji" which later devolved into the writing systems "Hiragana" and "Katakana" Old Japanese is the oldest attested stage of the Japanese language.
Japanese equivalents of adjectives are also conjugated.Some of these Chinese texts show the influences of Japanese grammar, such as the word order (for example, placing the verb after the object).In these hybrid texts, Chinese characters are also occasionally used phonetically to represent Japanese particles."hair of the eye"); modern mieru ("to be visible") and kikoeru ("to be audible") retain what may have been a mediopassive suffix -yu(ru) (kikoyu → kikoyuru (the attributive form, which slowly replaced the plain form starting in the late Heian period) Early Middle Japanese is the Japanese of the Heian period, from 794 to 1185. The end of Early Middle Japanese sees the beginning of a shift where the attributive form (Japanese rentaikei) slowly replaces the uninflected form (shūshikei) for those verb classes where the two were distinct.Early Middle Japanese sees a significant amount of Chinese influence on the language's phonology – length distinctions become phonemic for both consonants and vowels, and series of both labialised (e.g. Late Middle Japanese covers the years from 1185 to 1600, and is normally divided into two sections, roughly equivalent to the Kamakura period and the Muromachi period, respectively.