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Unformatted text preview: Eigo de In English is a marker that means "in, at, by" depending on sentence context. Toukyo yuki desu ka Is this headed for Tokyo? (Used for public trasportation)   [chimei]yuki desu ka. Is this headed for [placename]? Hai. Sou desu. Yes, it is. Yes, thats right. Iie, Chigaimasu. No, Wrong. Toukyou yuki wa? Where is the [means of transportation] heading for for Tokyo? (See Survival Phrases #4 (022_S4_010906) regarding usage of "wa") Asa meshi mae Expression: Piece of cake Survival Phrases 3 Lesson code: JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts / 026_S6_012306 2006 23rd January 2006 01 23...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2010 for the course EAST ASIAN Japanese 1 taught by Professor Galante during the Spring '10 term at greenriver.edu.
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