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Genki I - Workbook - Elementarpanese Course (with bookmarks) 5

Genki I - Workbook - Elementarpanese Course (with bookmarks) 5

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Unformatted text preview: Preface This workbook is designed as supplementary material for the textbook Gen/ti: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese. It contains grammar exercises as well as listening practice and practice for kanji, and reinforces what was taught in each lesson of the textbook. The Dialogue and Grammar section in this book contains a worksheet for each grammar point introduced in the textbook. The sheets include such exercises as translating English into Japanese, expressing the given pictures in Japanese, filling in the blanks, and answering open- end questions. Exercises are provided in such a way that students can also review the previously taught grammar items and vocabulary. A worksheet for comprehensive listening practice is provided at the end of each lesson. It requires students to listen to three or four dialogues on the CD, and to answer questions on the sheet. These exercises should be carried out at the end of each lesson because the dialogues include a number of the study points from the lesson. The Reading and Writing section consists of kanji worksheets and fill-in-the-blank type questions about the kanji. (Vol. 1 also includes English-Japanese translations.) Newly introduced kanji should be written over and over on the sheet until memorized. First, trace the lightly printed kanji samples, paying attention to the balance of the characters. For stroke order, refer to the kanji chart in the textbook. Continue by copying kanji into the blank boxes. For the fill-in-the-blank questions about kanji, students should read through the whole sentences before filling in the blanks in order to learn kanji in context. For the English-Japanese translations in Vol. 1, students are encouraged to use previously taught kanji as much as possible. ...
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