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Unformatted text preview: JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Intermediate Lesson Meet Sayuri Suzuki 1 Kanji Transcript Kana Transcript Translation Vocabulary Grammar Points 2 2 3 4 4 Lesson Code: 047_I1_020306 February 3rd 2006 / 2006 2 3 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts 2 Lesson Code: 047_I1_020306 February 3rd 2006 / 2006 2 3 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Translation Professor Yamada Sayuri Professor Yamada Sayuri Professor Yamada Sayuri Professor Yamada Sayuri Long time no see. You don't like this (my) class? I love your class! It's just that I'm busy these days. What about your thesis? Well... The deadline is next week! Yes, I will make it in time. Good luck. I will give it my best! 3 Lesson Code: 047_I1_020306 February 3rd 2006 / 2006 2 3 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Vocabulary Kanji Kana hisashiburi hisabisa tada saikin hima ronbun shimekiri English long time Been a while! class, lesson just, only recently, these days free paper, essay, thesis, article deadline next week this week all right, properly (here:)hand in, submit chanto dasu Grammar Points 4 and less and less English, in intermediate classes. Today we introduce the following terms: Next vocabulary (keyword) please. What is the next keyword? Break it down. Normal speed please. Today's grammar point is the use of the particle wa Background: You're waiting for you two friends, Yoshi and Sakura, to show up together at Shinjuku. Yoshi shows up alone. You: Sakura wa? - The literal translation is, "Sakura?" However, it should be interpreted as, "Where is Sakura?" The "Where is" Doko desu ka? - is inferred. Lesson Code: 047_I1_020306 February 3rd 2006 / 2006 2 3 ...
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