JAPN130B10_HW6

JAPN130B10_HW6 - JAPN 130B_Win_2010 HW6 E¢ 1. ¢ ) pE *...

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Unformatted text preview: JAPN 130B_Win_2010 HW6 E¢ 1. ¢ ) pE * “ ¶ 7 ‚ ) P E ¢ + *n * “" º ∙ Lec Sec. ‚ H #∙ x* n “ 2. E¢ p¢ ) +E * “ ¶ 7 ‚ ) P E ¢ ‘ ) E ¢ @¢ E + @ 7 @¢ E + @ 7 You don’t need to read the whole site. Look for the following information. http://eigo.be/expressions/katakana.htm a. +@ $ @@ E ¢ b. +@ &@ @ E ¢ Use ‘find (‘command’ ‘f”) ’ function. 3. ) a. ¢ @@ +E @ : xn “ # ∙ xn “ # * ∙ xn “ # * ∙ c.º Ð * . When you read the website, use “Popjisyo.com.” xn “ # * ∙ xn “ # ∙ to guess Make your best guess if you don’t know the meaning of the following http://www.lexiophiles.com/nihonngo/ukkari­tsukatte­shimaisouna­wasei­eigo 1 JAPN 130B_Win_2010 Are the following statements correct? Write ○ if it is correct, write × if it is incorrect. ( ) ( ) There are countless of borrowed words in Japanese. The author of the article thinks that it is possible to communicate in Japanese without using borrowed words. ( ) According to the author, Japanglish was coined by combining English words; and therefore, it is easy for English speakers to understand. 2 JAPN 130B_Win_2010 º * Vocabulary List for Quiz 2 & 3 ¶ l . . . *º 1. ºÆ* * ¸S B“ ‚ ¶ l pº~ 2. +. ¢ E * º~ *. ‘ E ¢ *) . . ¶. . l . . . T. + @@ @E p ¢+ E ¢ . pº~ 3. +. ¢ E * ‘ E ¢ +) . . !* “ (n ∙ .*Ð º *. º ºÆ* * ¸S B“ ‚ ‚“­ * Ñ ˜ nº * ∙ *Ð º -* “ ¨n ∙ -* “ ¨n ∙ -* “ ¨n ∙ -“ ¨n ∙ -“ ¨n ∙ -* “ ¨n ∙ ¢ + p¢ ) E8 * “ ¶ 7 E -“ ¨n ∙ *Ð º -“ ¨n ∙ -“ ¨n ∙ — -* “ ¨n ∙ . ¢ pº~ . ) +. E¢ E * ‘ E ¢ ]) . . . .. .*Ð º . -* “ ¨n ∙ 3 JAPN 130B_Win_2010 º * 0 “∙n * P E ¢ + @ E¢ @ + @ E ¢ + p * º ~ . @ @ 7 “∙n to claim, to maintain n “ ∙ frequency n * “ ∙ “ n ∙ already to be established E* ¢ “∙n º * ¢ + @ ­ E¢ @ + @ E ¢ + p * º ~ . @ “∙n * “∙n : to replace, to substitute to include “ n ∙ “ n ∙ again as­is n * “ ∙ n “ ∙ n “ ∙ to suggest to ignore to permeate, to penetrate 4 ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2010 for the course JAPN 130B taught by Professor Sato during the Winter '10 term at UCSD.

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