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This is the notes for the second week of classes, covering the Kanji and all of the Grammar Points.
Okinawa test material
This is a comprehensive list of the grammar points and the kanji for this lesson to help you study for the test. Good luck!
Hiragana Ka-To , Make sure to practice!
These are the notes from the week of August 24 to August 27. This includes the kanji and grammar points, along with examples and uses.
Chapter 1 goes over the following topics:
Vocabulary (countries, majors, occupations, family, and common, basic phrases.
Grammar (using particles, go over sentence structure when writing in Japanese, how to connect two nouns, how to write time, how to write numbers)
First day of class! Here are some of the basic ways to introduce yourself and the first row of Hiragana.
Here are some helpful phrases!
This is a neat little packet that lays out all the grammar rules we learned the first week so you can concentrate on the speaking and listening portion. Its easy-to-reference layout will make double checking and studying a breeze!
Do you having trouble memorizing kanji?
Are you a visual learner? This aid may be for you! I've taken some of the necessary kanji for most Japanese courses and drawn them into pictures that can be easily remembered. With the kanji comes the pronunciation, meaning, and a brief explanation of what the connection between the picture and kanji is.
(Kanji number 87-93, from Genki, second edition)
detailed notes of the course. Great for the midterm!
Descriptive notes. I got a 98 in the class, and won't disappoint you!
This is Elementary Japanese 2 week 6 notes (lectures 11 and 12). Hope it helps :)
The first five lessons we finished, along with the Hiragana characters we have done and the completed listed of phrase and words we are required to know.
This is J2 week 7 notes (lectures 13 and 14) in Hayashi sensei's class. Hope it helps :)
Keiko Amy Michael
This is just a sample upload.
These notes describe what we learned in week 1.