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Unformatted text preview: JPN412L Oral Performance Exam 1 (Chap. 4) - You need to sign up for the oral performance exam (OP) in advance. - On the day of the OP, come to the location before your scheduled time. We will not be able to make up missed OP. Outside the room, wait quietly and do not talk loudly. Those who have finished the oral performance exam must not discuss the content with other students. - Oral Performance Exam 1 covers chapter 4. It lasts 6 minutes and has 3 sections. I. Interview: Study activities such as activity 8, 11, 13, 19, 31, and 38 in chapter 4. Here are some examples that you may be asked. 1. G23 2. etc. etc. G23 3. etc. G23 4. G2 Adj. G23 etc. 5. etc. 7. etc. 8. 9. G23 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 25 G25 G25 G2 G2 etc. etc. G27 G27 etc. (3rd person) etc. etc. G2 II. Role Play: Your Japanese friend is sick, but does not know which medicine to take, how much, or how often. You ask his/her symptoms and kindly give him/her some advice. (Study the LFS in chapter 4. Be creative.) III. Student-led conversation: Carry a short (1-2 minutes) conversation with the interviewer on "the body and health (also feeling and emotions)." You (not the interviewer) lead the conversation. Therefore, you should prepare some questions to ask the interviewer. You may use the list of questions in the "Interview" section as a guide. Pay attention to tense and try to connect phrases. J J ...
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