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Unformatted text preview: JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Intermediate Lesson Meet Hideo and Mel! 2 Kanji Transcript Kana Transcript Translation Vocabulary Grammar Points Grammar Points 2 3 4 5 5 6 Lesson Code: 054_I2_021006 February 10th 2006 / 2006 2 10 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts 2 Lesson Code: 054_I2_021006 February 10th 2006 / 2006 2 10 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts 3 Lesson Code: 054_I2_021006 February 10th 2006 / 2006 2 10 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Translation Hideo Sayuri Hideo Sayuri Hideo Mel Sayuri Mel Hideo Mel Sayuri Hideo Sayuri Hideo Sayuri Mel Hideo Sayuri Hideo Sayuri Hideo Sayuri Mel Sayuri Mel Sayuri Mel Sayuri Mel Hideo Mel Sayuri Hideo Sayuri Hideo Mel Sayuri Hideo Sayuri Sayuri is here! Sayuri! Over here. You guys are always at Starbucks. Why? It's nonsmoking and their Mocha latte is great! I see. By the way, Long time no see, Mel and Hideo! Long time! Long time! Are you serious? Are you copying Hideo? He's quite a good Japanese teacher. Thank you. You are quite a good student. No no, it's because of you professor (Professor Hideo). I'm really, really thankful. You guys don't change. When are you guys going to grow up? By the way, what are you doing recently? Continuously working on my thesis. I've just handed it in. Oh it was So, you properly handed it in? Yes, just in time! Right now, I feel like I'm on top of the world! Great! Great! And you guys? What happened to your theses? I bought mine on the Internet! Same as always. Not funny. You are just as bad as Mel! That may be true. I'll ask you one more time. Did you properly hand in your theses? Piece of cake! No problem. Are you serious? Yep. In Japanese was tough, right? In Japanese? I wrote mine in English. That's too sneaky!! It's not fair! Too bad. Today I also handed mine in. Oh, I feel great! How about going snowboarding this weekend? I'm in! I'm in! I want to go, too! OK. It's been decided. Where's Yoko? I don't know. I also don't know. I wonder where she is. The deadline is at three. Now it's two thirty. I wonder if she is OK. Give Yoko a call. She's not picking up! I wonder if she is OK... February 10th 2006 / 2006 2 10 4 Lesson Code: 054_I2_021006 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Vocabulary Kanji Kana sutaba kinen mokarate umai masaka mane otona bakari kibun netto English Starbucks nonsmoking Mocha latte great, good, really delicious unbelievable imitation adult just just in time feeling Internet Grammar Points Okakede, meaning thanks to, is a phrase used to indicate that as the result of someone, something or action or state an outcome or state is acheived, usually a favorable one. It is possible to use okagede in a sentence with an unfavorable outcome such as when using irony. Naru is an auxiliary verb that when appended to a noun or adjective means the subject becomes something, someone or some state. 5 Noun na-adj i-adj Meaning ill adult Meaning free (time) happy Meaning interesting cold fun Construction Construction Construction Meaning to become ill to become an adult Meaning to become free to become happy Meaning to become interesting to become cold to become fun is a sentence ending particle used in informal speech, almost exclusively by females, to express a high degree of uncertainty. V.plain/plain past + kashira - I wonder if someone will meet. - I wonder if someone met. Lesson Code: 054_I2_021006 February 10th 2006 / 2006 2 10 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts i-adj /past + kashira - I wonder if something is delicious - I wonder if something was delicious na-adj /past + kashira - I wonder if someone/somthing is happy - I wonder if someone/something was happy noun /past + kashira - I wonder if someone is a teacher - I wonder if someone was a teacher Kana is a sentence ending particle used in informal masculine speech, and often by females, to express a high degree of uncertainty. V.plain/plain past + kana - I wonder if someone go. - I wonder if someone went. i-adj /past + kana - I wonder if something is cold - I wonder if something was cold na-adj /past + kana 6 noun /past + kana - I wonder if somewhere/somthing is lively - I wonder if somewhere/something was lively - I wonder if someone is a teacher - I wonder if someone was a teacher Lesson Code: 054_I2_021006 February 10th 2006 / 2006 2 10 ...
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