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  1. Japanese Bowl ppt. David Zheng Period 1

  2. Lesson 6 1.わかれる 2.で にぎわっています 5.あげました 6.はしって 7.はしっては 8.ならいようにね 9.でしょうね 11.ちゃった

  3. わかれる Takes the particle “to” after the person Means “to part” Examples: せんせいとわかれて. I parted ways with my teacher. だびととわかけて. I parted ways with David.

  4. で にぎわっています Means “crowded with people” or “lively” Example がっこうでにぎわっています. School is full. うちでにぎわっています. My house is crowded.

  5. あげました “give”- used when the recipient of a gift is someone other than the speaker May not be used if someone gives speaker’s family gifts Examples: せんせいはだびとにはしをあげました. The teacher gave David chopsticks.

  6. はしって “-te” form of hashiru, run Followed by motion verbs to indicate how one moved Example: はしってかえる. I went running home. はしってはいく. I went running.

  7. はしっては Meaning “don’t run” [V-te+ha+damedesu/ikemasen] means prohibition Examples: いまかえってはいけません. Don’t go home now. たべてはいけません. Don’t eat it.

  8. ならいようにね Used to advise someone to try to do… or try not to do… Proceeded by dictionary form or informal negative nonpast form of verb Example: たべない. Try not to eat.

  9. でしょうね Used when speaker wants to confirm what is believed to be correct Example: ねこはおいしいでしょうね. Cats are delicious, right?

  10. ちゃった Drop –te from V-te form and add chatta Means the completion of an action Example: ねこをたべちゃった. The cat is all eaten. いぬをたべちゃった. The dog is all eaten.

  11. Lesson 7 2.あって 4.てもらい 5.よかった 7.くて 9.はきやすい 10.なか 12.きめる 13.あずかります

  12. あって Takusanatte means because there are many Te form and a adj means some reason or cause for action Example: おいしいくて. Because it is delicious. (I ate it)

  13. てもらい Person 1 ha person 2 ni v-temorai = person 1 recieves a favor from person 2 Example: せんせいはだびとにねこをたべてもらいます. The teacher helped David eat the cat.

  14. よかった Means good N-de yokatta V-te yokatta Adj-kute yokatta Example: ねてよかった Sleep is good.

  15. くて Adj-kute + adj-I Use to express two adj at once Example: ちさくておいしい. Small and delicious.

  16. はきやすい V-masu stem + yasui (easy) V-masu stem + nikui (hard) Example: してんをするやすい The test was easy.

  17. なか Best among ____ Item 1 item 2 item 3 nonakade dorega ichiban desu Example: ねこといぬとひとのなかでどかがいちばんです。 Cat, dog and human, which is best.

  18. きめる Means decide Particle ni follows subject of sentence Example: いぬとねこにきめた Decide dog or cat.

  19. あずかります Honorifcs Holding something Example: ねこをいたしましょうか. Hold my cat.

  20. Lesson 13 • To express “having the appearance of” • -soo is the base of an adj or verb to derive an expression meaning “looking as if” • Ex.omoshiroi-omoshiroo kuru-kisoo

  21. To express one’s wish or intention • Verb ending with –yoo is used to express intention • Ex. Yomu- yomoo

  22. Lesson 14 • Asking for permission to do something • Te-mo ii-desu-ka is used to ask for permission to do something • Ex. Haitte-mo ii-desu-yo (may I come in)

  23. Lesson 15 • To express desire and intention • Tai expresses speakers intention to do something • Ex. Nomu-nomitai kuru- kaitai • Tsumori may also be used for intention

  24. Lesson 16 • To convey something you’ve heard use soo-desu • Ex. Kimura-san-wa konai-soo-desu (I heard Kimura is not coming) Hokkaidoo-wa samui-soo-desu (They say it’s cold in Hokkaido)

  25. Lesson 17 • The potential form of verbs • Used to express “can do” or “can’t do” • Plain potential form is made depending on verb groups • u verbs- replace final u with eru • ru verbs- replace final ru with rareru

  26. Lesson 18 • -te aru, express state resulting from action • Ex. Sutoobuga tsuiteiru (heater’s on) sitobuga tsuketearu (heater’s on- because someone)

  27. -te oku is used to indicate an action for later use • Ex. Denwa o kakete okimashita • (I called him ahead of time- to check if he was home) • Ex. Wakai toki-ni asonde-oita hoo-ga ii • (you had better enjoy your self while your young)

  28. 50 Questions

  29. Good Luck :P

  30. Nagaku means • Long time • Short time • No time • All the time

  31. Sangatsu means • Three months • Wednesday • March • Tuesday

  32. Daijoubu means • All right • Hurricane • Big rain • Air

  33. Men usually say • Ee • Boku • Anata • Atashi

  34. -soo can mean • Seems • See • Look • Saw

  35. Nishuukan-inai-desu translate • Within two weeks • Within two years • It has been two years • It has been two weeks

  36. -eba form of Taberu • Tebeba • Taberueba • Taeba • Tabereba

  37. Which –eba form in correct • Mateba • Sureba • Kureba • All of the above

  38. Old woman in Japanese • Furuii • Obasan • Obaasan • Ojisan

  39. What do men use to address people younger then themselves • Kini • Kiki • Kiwi • Kimi

  40. Answers • A • C • A • B • A • A • D • D • C • D

  41. BREAK

  42. Very much in Japanese • Totemo • Totomo • Tetomo • Todomo

  43. -ta added to base verb means • Want • Hate • Like • Intention

  44. Tsumori means • Intention • Want • Like • Hate

  45. Kitai means • First person • Done • Want • Like

  46. 日记 means • Diary • Sunday • About • Cool

  47. Sugu means • Right • Large number • About • Cool

  48. Mo can means • Large number • Right • About • Cool

  49. Itchoo means • 1,000 • 10,000 • 1,000,000,000 • 10,000,000,000