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Japanese 112 Week 7 Notes

by: Riley Evans

Japanese 112 Week 7 Notes JPN 112

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These notes cover using places as a reference point for giving directions, asking where a place is within a certain area, as well as listing multiple locations. In addition, these notes cover all v...
First-Year Japanese
Setsuko Nakajima
Class Notes
Japanese, Japanese 112, Nakajima, OSU
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Riley Evans on Wednesday February 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to JPN 112 at Oregon State University taught by Setsuko Nakajima in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 40 views. For similar materials see First-Year Japanese in Japanese at Oregon State University.


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Date Created: 02/17/16
Week 7 Japanese112WinterTerm2016 New Grammar! ● More location/direction giving So far, we have used the sentence structure: Place/Iteは ​ Locatio(の Direction wo​に あります。 But what if they don’t know where the location is? Usually, we use reference points to point out where an item is in relation to that point, which is the new sentence structure we learned. The basic structure is: Locatioに ​Item/Thinが あります[ね]。 So if someone were to ask where a post office is, you wouldn’t just say it’s over there, you’d usually point out something it’s next to, THEN say its relation to that reference point (IE- a supermarket) So a sentence could look like: A: すみません、ゆうびんきょうくはどこですか?/ Excuse me, where is the post office? B: あ、あそこにスーパーがありますね。/ Oh, there’s a Supermarket over there [don’t you see?]. B: ゆうびんきょうくはスーパーのとなりにあります。/The post office is next door to the supermarket. ● There is an object/place in multiple locations 1 Much like using も to list things you do, you can use it to list when there are multiple locations for a place/thing. The basic structure is: Item/plac​ locatiにも ​Locatioにも あります​ 。 Theitemis iocatioas well ocatio.​ IE: OSU は コワリスにも ベンドにも あります OSU is in Corvallis as well as Bend. ● Where is a place within an area? If you’re in a big city, there are probably a lot of Starbucks. So if someone were to direct you to a Starbucks across the city, that wouldn’t be helpful. So we use the sentence structure: Item/place は Location の ど こ ですか          どちら  にありますか Which more or less directly transllocati, where Item/pla?”​ IE: Starbucks は Downtownのどこにありますか? In Downtown, where is Starbucks? あたらしいことば こうえん Park えいがかん Movie Theatre りょう Dorm きっぷうりば Ticket office 〜せんのえき ___Train line 2 こうしゅう(でんわ)Public (phone) たいしかん Embassy りょうじかん Consulate とらのもん Toranomon, place where US Embassy is レストラン Restaurants スーパー Supermarket デパート Department Store 3


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