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08_shukudai_Jan14 - ೔ຊޠ!6 ॓୊!ീɹ 2010 ೥ 1 ݄...

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Unformatted text preview: ೔ຊޠ!6 ॓୊!ീɹ 2010 ೥ 1 ݄ 14 ೔ʢ໦ʣ ڭՊॻ ͔ 1. As you surely realize now, there are many ways to say "if" in Japanese. In Language V in the textbook (pp. 212-214), we learn a new way, using !ͳΒ/ This word is used in response to something said by another person. ͳΒ allows us to "pick up" what the other person says and then comment on it. Look at the example at the bottom of p. 214. The rst person says, ޱ࠲ΛͻΒ͖͍ͨΜͰ͢/! The second person reacts to this by saying something like the English "In that case . . . ." In Japanese we say ޱ࠲ΛͻΒ͖͍ͨ ͷͳΒɺ͜ͷਃࠐॻʹهೖԼ͞ ͍ɻ The ͷ before ͳΒ is optional. Study Language V to learn details about using ͳΒ . 2. On the HW paper write responses in Japanese to #1-4 in Ex. A on p. 215. Include ͳΒ or ͷͳΒ in each response. 3. Read the ೔ຊͷจԽ section on "Banks" on pp. 194-195. 4. Do your best to understand the purpose of the three forms pictured on pp. 221-222. Then, on the HW paper write answers to Ex. B on p. 223. HW paper write answers to Ex....
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