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Unformatted text preview: JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Beginner Lesson Me Too! And Asking Questions 4 Kanji Transcript Kana Transcript 2 2 2 Translation Vocabulary Grammar Points 2 3 3 Lesson Code: 005_B4_122205 December 22nd 2005 / 2005 12 22 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts 2 Natsuko Watashi wa Natsuko desu. Anata wa Amerikajin desu ka? Hai. Watashi wa Amerikajin desu. Translation Natsuko I am Natsuko. Are you American? Peter Yes. I am American. Peter I am Peter. Are you Japanese? Kazunori Yes. I am Japanese. desu ka? Kazunori Hai. Watashi wa Nihonjin desu. Lesson Code: 005_B4_122205 December 22nd 2005 / 2005 12 22 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Vocabulary Kanji Kana Amerikajin Nihonjin mo omoshiroi tanoshii isogashii samui American Japanese Norwegian also (particle) fun, interesting fun busy cold English 3 Grammar Points Today's grammar point introduces two particles - ka, an interrogative particle, and the particle mo, as used to express "too, also." Forming an interrogative sentence using the ka particle is very straightforward. Just append the ka particle to a declarative sentence, and it becomes an interrogative. For example: Watashi wa Nihonjin desu. I am Japanese. Anata wa Nihonjin desu ka? You are Japanese? In these two sentences, the subjects can be omitted when the meaning is clear from context. In this case, the only difference would be the particle ka. Lesson Code: 005_B4_122205 December 22nd 2005 / 2005 12 22 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts When two objects share the same property, you can use the additive particle mo to indicate so. The mo parmo replaces the particles wa, ga, and o, and follows other particles. An example: I am Norwegian. I am also Norwegian. 4 Lesson Code: 005_B4_122205 December 22nd 2005 / 2005 12 22 ...
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