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Unformatted text preview: 2007 THIS IS NOT A HOMEWORK!! FOR YOUR SELF-STUDY ONLY Lesson F Kanji Reading/Writing Worksheet I. An e-mail to a customer. TO: firstname.lastname@example.org FROM: email@example.com RE: Fall *1 *2 Notes: *1 *2 shuttle bus a van in hiragana. 1. Write the reading of the underlined kanji 2. Who is in the writer's in-group? How can you tell that s/he is an in-group member? 3. Where does the writer work? 4. Where will the recipient/customer get on the shuttle bus? 5. How does the bus look like? How can the recipient/customer identify it? 1 2007 THIS IS NOT A HOMEWORK!! FOR YOUR SELF-STUDY ONLY II. Fall Your acquaintance, Mr/s. Yamaguchi, has asked you to get/buy some wine for a reception. S/he asked if you know any good wine store. Write an e-mail to Yamaguchi, including the following information. 1) Inform him/her that tasty wine stores are located between the station and the department store as well as near the university. 2) Ask him/her which one s/he prefers. 3) As for wine, check if red wine will do (i.e. sufficient for the reception). TO: yamaguchiA@yahoo.co.jp FROM: YOU@cornell.edu RE: See Page 3 for a SAMPLE writing. 2 2007 <Sample Writing> TO: yamaguchiA@yahoo.co.jp FROM: YOU@cornell.edu RE: Fall 3 ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2008 for the course JAPAN 1101 taught by Professor Suzuki,m&staff during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).
- Fall '08