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JPN 101 lesson 2 notes

by: Cassandra Lawton

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These notes cover particles used. I explain the difference between grammatical particles and sentence final particles. I give examples. I also introduce how to negate a sentence.
Elementary Japanese I
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cassandra Lawton on Wednesday September 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to JPN 101 at Michigan State University taught by Uheara in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views.


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Date Created: 09/28/16
Notes JPN lesson 2 Types of Particles Grammatical particales - Shows what grammatical function a word serves in a sentence Ex: Wa Sentence final particles -indicates a nuance of entire sentence Ex: Ka? Grammar particles Wa- Topic of sentence Ex: watashi wa nihongojin desu. No- Creates compound noun Ex: kore wa nihon no tokei Wo- Direct object of sentence Ex: pen wo kudasai Mo- repeat particle Ex: Watashi wa nihongojin. Tadashi-san mo nihongojin. Sentence Final particles: Ka: is either a question or exclamation (!) sentence Ne: speakers confirmation/ empathy for hearer Yo: indicates the speaker is telling something the hearer doesn’t know How to negate a sentence Ex: Genki desu ka? Can answer: Genki desu (yes I am) Maa-maa desu (so-so) Or iie, genki jyanai desu (no I’m not fine) Just add jyanai desu to make negative. Will be explained further in lesson 3.


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