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JPN 101 study guide test LL 1-3

by: Cassandra Lawton

JPN 101 study guide test LL 1-3 JPN 101

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This is a study guide that goes over some of the main concepts of lessons 1-3. I do not know what will be on the test this is not a guarantee that these concepts will be on the test. But this shou...
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This 5 page Study Guide was uploaded by Cassandra Lawton on Saturday October 1, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to JPN 101 at Michigan State University taught by Uheara in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 21 views.


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Study guide test lessons 1-3 L1 Jikoo shookai Introduce yourself including your name, major, year in school, nationality. Say hello and nice to meet you. Be able to write in hiragana and speak out loud. EX Romaji: Konnichiwa. Hello Watashi wa X desu. I am X Ninensee desu. 2 year student Senkoo wa kagaku desu Major is science Watashi wa Amerika-jin desu. I am American Doozo yoroshoku onegaishimasu Nice to meet you. EX hiragana: こんにちわ わたしわ x です にねんせい です せんこう は かがく です アメリカじん です どぞよろしく おねがいします Time in a different place dialogue Be able to listen to a conversation and know what time and where the speaker is saying. Be able to ask and respond to what time it is where you are and in a different place. EX dialogue: X-san: Sumimasen! Excuse me. Tookyo wa ima naji desu ka? What time is it in tookyo? Y-san: kuji desu 9 o clock X-san: Gogo kuji desu ne/ka? 9 o clock pm right? Y-san: Hai, soo desu Yes, that’s right. OR iie, gozen kuji desu no 9oclock am. X-san: arigatoo gozaimasu Thank you. Y-san: Iie No problem Personal Questions Be able to answer questions like what is your major, or are you Japanese. EX: Senkoo wa nan desu ka? What is your major? A: Senkoo wa kagaku desu. Or rekishi desu. Major is science. OR history EX: Nihonjin desu ka? Are you Japanese? A: hai, soo desu OR iie, Amerika-jin desu. Yes. OR No, I’m American. EX: oikutsu desu ka? How old are you? A: juuhassai desu 18 years old. L2 Negative Sentences Use ja nai desu to negate sentence. EX: genki desu ka? Are you well? Can answer: genki desu I’m well Maa-maa desu I’m so so Iie, genki ja nai desu. No I’m not fine EX: Nihonjin desu ka? Can answer: Hai, soo desu Yes I am. Iie, Nihonjin ja nai desu. No I’m not Japanese. Amerikajin desu. I’m American. Shopping dialogue Clerk X-san X-san: kore wa ikura desu ka? (pointing at denwa) How much is this phone? Clerk: Sore wa senkyuuhyaku en desu. That phone is 1900 yen. X-san: Soo desu. Jaa, sono pen wa ikura desu ka? Is that so. Then, how much is that pen? Clerk: Pen wa hyaku en desu. The pen is 100 Yen X-san: Kono Tokee mo hyaku en desu? Is the watch also 100 yen? Clerk: Iie, kono tokee wa sen en desu. No, the watch is 1000 yen. X-san: Soo desu. Ano kaban wa ikura desu ka? Is that so. How much is that bag? Clerk: Are wa sanman gosen happyaku en desu That bag is 35,800 Yen. X-san: Takai desu ne. Jaa, pen o kudasai. That’s expensive. Then, I’ll take the pen. Clerk: Hai, arigato gozaimasu Thank you. Pay special attention to mo, prices, and are, kore, sore, ano, sono, kono. Whose ___ is this. Dialogue Kore wa dare no saifu desu ka? Whose wallet is this? Watashi no saifu desu. Arigatoo gozaimasu. It is my wallet. Thank you. OR use iie, watashi wa saifu jyanai desu. Mary-san no saifu desu. =No it is not mine. It is Mary’s L3 Verb dialogue Dialogue: Do you…. X-san: Y-san osushi O tabemaska? X-san: Y, do you eat sushi? Y-san: Hai, tabemasu. OR iie, tabemasen Y-san: Yes I eat. OR No I don’t. X-san: Soo desu ka X-san: Is that so. What time do you… Dialogue: Time which go to bed and wake up X-san: Y-san nanji ni nemasuka? X-san: Y, what time do you go to sleep? Y-san gozen ichiji han goro ni nemasu. Y-san: I go to sleep around 1:30AM X-san: osoi desu ne. (it’s late). X-san: is that so. That’s late. Jaa, nanji ni okimasuka Then what time do you wake up? Y-san: rokuji juugo fun goro ni okimasu. Y-san: I wake around 6:15 X-san: soo desuka. Hayai desu ne. X-san: Is that so. That’s early Frequency adverbs dialogue Ex: ashita M.Mall ni ikimasenka? Tomorrow go to M.Mall (together)? EX: kissen de koohii o nomimasen ka? At the cafeteria drink coffee (together)? EX: gogo shichiji ni sushi o tabemasen ka? At 7:00 pm sushi (together)? Invitations dialogue X-san: Y-san, Shiyuumatsu wa taitei nani o sumasuka? What do you usually do on weekends Y-san: soo desu ne. Taite IM West de supotsu o shimasu. Demo, tokidoki ocha o nomimasu. Let me see. Usually go to IM west to do sports. But sometimes go to drink tea. X-san: soodesuka… jaa, nichiyoobi ni ocha o iishyoni nomimasen ka? Is that so. Then Sunday want to drink tea together? Y-san: nichichiyoobi wa chyotoo Sunday is a little….. X-san: jaa, doyoobi wa doodesuka? Then, how about Saturday? Y-san: iidesune Sounds good All the questions we’ve had thus far: Questions we’ve learned thus far: Ikura desu ka? = How much is it? Nan desu ka?= What is it? Nanji desu ka?= What time is it? Oikutsu desu ka?= How old are you? Nannensee desu ka?= What school year are you? Doko desu ka?= Where is it? Dore desu ka? = Which one is it? Dono hon desu ka?= which book is it? Dare desu ka?= Who are they? Dare no hon desu ka? Whose book is it? Be able to answer each type of question. Also be able to negate sentence and answer correctly. Use correct particles. Be able to do all of this in hiragana


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