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Unformatted text preview: !6 ! 2010 1 8 1. Learn the list of new words and phrases under the heading ! (Postal and Parcel Delivery Service), on p. 186, along with the counters and in the middle of the page. Also, review the previously learned words listed here to make sure you can read, write, and use them, too. 2. We can indicate that something is unacceptable with the combination form of a verb or adjective + + or . form + is a way of saying "if you do ~" if X is ~." When you follow this with or , we get this meaning: "if you do X, it is unacceptable" = "you must not do X" Look at the rst example sentence on p. 195: This literally means, "If you turn your composition in late, it will not be acceptable." In natural English, this could be any of these: "You must not . . . ." "You should not . . . ." "You cannot . . . ." etc. The underlying idea in each translation is that something is unacceptable. Study the examples and other information in Language I (pp. 195-197) and con rm that this is the case. 3. Based on information in our "Course Policies" (there is a copy in the ADMIN folder on our SmartSite) and what you know from common sense, write 3 sentences on the homework paper telling what it is unacceptable to do in Japanese class. For example,...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2010 for the course JPN 5 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.
- Winter '08