Grammar HW (2) Lesson 1 Unit 3

Grammar HW (2) Lesson 1 Unit 3 - (0.1 x7=0.7(1 I(polite(2...

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Lesson 1 Grammar Homework (2) Unit 3 name:________________________ points:_______/__2___ Write down the answers following the example. Pay close attention to grammar and spelling. Units 1 & 2 review: Fill in the following blanks. Fill in words or morphemes in __, and particles in ( ). (0.1 x 4=0.7) (1) You just met someone on your campus in Japan. Ask if she is a freshman. いちねんせい_______( )。 (2) Answering to (1), say “Yes, I am (it is as you say).” ええ、___________。 (3) Alternatively, answering to (2), “No, I am a sophomore.” ______、にねんせい______。 (4) Alternative to (1), ask the person what year she is. __________です( )。 Unit 3: Particle I. Particle as possessive marker Give Japanese equivalent to the following words.
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Unformatted text preview: (0.1 x7=0.7) (1) I (polite) (2) I (male referring to himself) (3) possessive marker (4) major (5) my name (6) Takeshi-san's university (7) Katoo-san’s (this name has a long /o/) major II. の to mark one's affiliation (where the person belongs to, to identify with): school, company (0.1 x 3=0.3) (1) Tanaka, who works at IBM IBM のたなか (2) (talking to his client) (I) am Tanaka of IBM. (わたしは) IBM のたなかです。 (3) Katoo (who is a student of/who works at) RIT RIT ( )かとう (4) (talking to his friends in another college) I am Katoo, affiliated with RIT. RIT ( )______ です。 III. の as a connector of 2 nouns (0.1 x 3 = 0.3) (1) Japanese student にほんじんのがくせい (2) RIT student __________________ ( ) _______________...
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