Unformatted text preview: EALC122: Japanese II Ch 11 Plain forms
Verb plain forms Affirmative Present Dic. Past (remember form?) Negative V: u V: a V: u V: a Practice 1 (Verbs) Change the following verbs from the polite form into the plain form. Adj. plain forms Affirmative Present Past Practice 2 ( Adj.) Change the following plain form. Negative Adjectives from the polite form into the Adj./ Noun plain forms Affirmative Present Past Practice 3 ( Adj.) Change the following plain form. Negative Adjectives from the polite form into the Where do you use the plain forms?
The following patterns all use Plain-Present/Past-Affirmative/Negative forms: [Plain form] giving explanations, reasons [Plain form] giving reasons [Plain form] hearsay [Plain form] Noun Noun Modification Practice 4: Translate the following English sentences into Japanese. 1. Yamada: Johnson-san, please listen to me. Johnson: What is it? Yamada: I went to the library to study yesterday, but I didn't study at all. Johnson: Why didn't you study? Yamada: Because I bumped into my bad friends..... 1. : : : : : ____________________________________ __________________________________ ____________________________________ 2. Yamada: I read on the internet that Hayao Miyazaki is going to make a new anime this year. Johnson: Who is Hayao Miyazaki? Yamada: Miyazaki is the person who made famous animes. Johnson: Oh, the person who made "Totoro"? Yamada: Yes! 2. : : : : : ! _______________________________________ ...
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- Fall '08
- Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli, Yamada, forms Affirmative Present