Ch 13 Japanese typed. そう STUDY GUIDE FOR CH TEST"It looks like" and hearsay
Ch 13 Japanese typed. そう STUDY GUIDE FOR CH TEST"It looks like" and hearsay Japanese 203
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Taylor Kim on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to Japanese 203 at California State University - Fullerton taught by Mariko Koike in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 47 views. For similar materials see Intermediate Japanese I (A) in Foreign Language at California State University - Fullerton.
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Date Created: 09/30/15
Taylor Kim September 30 2015 Iapanese 203 I think the hardest part of Ch 13 is the 5 39Gj o 1 Verbs 5amp5 to rain Furu is the verb and when changing to it looks like quot you take the ij form and drop the masuo Therefore 5 U gt5 39 gt5 U 5 3963 Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Positive 5 95396 3 0 5 L539C L7quoto Negative 5 U5E7EL5 U5 L C 39 il 39C SL5E733750T39C 3o 339 o Keep in mind that only nai endings can take the past tense katta form That s why in present tense 5 U 5 becomes 5 U 5 396 L 7quot0 The sou cannot take the nai form and therefore the desu becomes deshita to indicate past tense You cannot have both that s considered a double negative 2 L adiectives EBlALlA delicious i adjectives for it looks like quot drop the i ending and take on sou For the negative you take the negative of the i adjective in this case 35 L L lt 73 L gt 215 L L It carries over for the negative and you just add 396 L 739 o LAdjectives Present Tense Past Tense Positive EBLL539C o EBL L539C LTO Negative EBL Llt7 E 539C 39O EBL Llt7 E 539C LTO Point to remember drop the i ending add sou For past tense add deshita for negative the kunai becomes kunasasou na adjectives 7 537172 healthy lively For the na adjectives you drop the na and just directly add the sou For the negative past tense you can either write the sou before or after ex 5 Cb ih ot j Cb h of 5 6 To be more consistent the sou comes before most of the changes 7 Present Tense Past Tense Adjectives Positive i 5 Gj o i 539 b7 o Negative f f L5 CbHD39CWZ f f L5 Cb b oi 39 Cb ot5f As a general rule for hearsay the sou comes after This is because you are quoting what someone else said without directly quoting what they said For example person A F ll It s raining Person B quotP bvl 5 3963 quot I heard its raining That s the structure of the hearsay sou 1 Verbs 5amp5 to rain Even in past tense and negative you still are quoting something you heard with sou That s why the sou comes after the positiveneg and the past tense conjugation Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Positive K 53963o Il JEOT539C j o Negative B BEL5 Gj o B BH OT5 C jo 2 L adjectives EBlALlA delicious The same thing applies for the i adjective sou comes after everything LAdjectives Present Tense Past Tense Positive EBDLL 539C O 3 5L L75 0T539C o Negative EBL Llt7 L539C O EBL Llt7337507quot539C 6 0 na adjectives 7 537172 healthy lively With the na adj it s a little different because you have to use the da and datta but the same general principles apply with i ff i i 5 3963 It s like person a its good person b I heard it s good That s why you have the da EAdjectives Present Tense Past Tense Positive 77in539630 f TSOT5 C jo Negative f ub b5 60 7T L C l2li7 l fifli b ot539 o Q
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