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JPN 101 lesson three

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These notes cover frequency adverbs, invitations, contrasting particle wa, and other particles we've covered. I give specific examples and dialogue for each section. Hope this helps!
Elementary Japanese I
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cassandra Lawton on Tuesday October 4, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to JPN 101 at Michigan State University taught by Uheara in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.


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Date Created: 10/04/16
Lesson three notes part three days 5-8 Frequency adverbs These are words that give how often. Two visual examples: These words are usually placed after the topic. EX: X: Syuumatsu wa taitei nani o shimasu ka? What do you usually do on weekends? Y: Taitei uchi de benkiyooshimasu. I usually stay at home and study. Invitations When you invite people to do something/ go somewhere together. EX: Nichiyobi wa toshokan de ishyooni benkiyooshimasen ka? Why don’t we study at the library together? EX dialogue: X: Y-san wa koohii o nomimasu ka? Y, do you drink coffee? Y: Hai, yoku nomimasu. Yes, often I drink. X: jaa, ashta ishyoni ni kisaten ni ikimasenka? Then, tomorrow why don’t we go to the café together? Y: ashita wa chyoto… nichiyobi wa doo desu ka? Tomorrow is a little… why not Sunday? X: iidesu ne! Contrasting particle wa Use contrasting particle wa to contrast a sentence that is asked. Ex: yoku coffee o nomimasu ka? Do you drink coffee often? Iie, zenzen coffee wa nomimasen. No I never drink coffee Because you’re saying no I don’t drink coffee Also use when you say something and then say but… EX: yoku coffee o nomiasu ka? Do you drink coffee often? Hai, Yoku nomimasu. Demo zenzen ocha wa nomimasen. Yes I drink. But I don’t drink tea. Some particles we’ve covered 1) Subject wa direct object o verb 2) Subject wa place to stay in de verb 3) Subject wa place to arrive at ni motion verb (ex to go, come, return) 4) Subject wa specific point in time ni verb 5) Subject wa unspecific (no particle) verb


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