Composition_handouts - 325031151 Compositions The purpose...

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Unformatted text preview: 325031151 Compositions The purpose of writing a composition is for you to review and practice using everything you have learned so far in Japanese. Write what you are able to write about with the patterns and vocabulary you already know. Hint—315'; How to use lififfifi liffiffifi is the type of paper used in Japan both by students and by professional writers to write essays. (D Write vertically, from top to bottom, right to left. (2 Every character takes up one box, whether it is big or small. E Elm quotation marks @ Every punctuation mark takes up one box. 7 :6 Th Period comm/ - quotation Exceptions: if a sentence (or clause) ends in the last box of a line, write the period (or comma) in the same box along with the character. I @ All small characters, periods and commas go in the UPPER RIGHT hand corner of the box (see (2 and @ above). (9 139131- elongation marks are vertical lines HES“ Quotation marks start like this \ .1 and end like this \ Write the title of your composition in the line farthest to the right. lndent the title so that the first character of the title is in the fourth box from the top. Write your name on the second line, so that the last character of your name is in the second from the last box of that line. If you write your full name in 13 9131', write yOur given name before your family name. Put a dot mm between to separate them. If you write your family name in iifii, write your family name first, and then your given name. There should be one blank box to separate your family name and your given name. if both your first and your last name are in 35?, write your family name before your given name and do not put a dot between them. Start your composition on the third line. lndent one box when starting a paragraphiii.e. start each new paragraph in the second box. There are-no-blank boxes between-sentences. The-second sentence starts immediately after the period, which has an entire box to itself. In the main part of the composition (i.e. excluding the title and your name), boxes should be left blank only when-startinganew paragraph and at the end of a paragraph. WKflMALwi JlB Spring 2010 (m voLxuUtmofi« :7”! I Ktxx ®$8K8$AWKEZC5ihmfi§iLto CiihfitTémmflTLA/B «MEHfitq/i/NTA Z7 vbymlflvELiLA/B ,vwx77bfileLf#%%Ai IVA/.0 fiEWJAUMU¢$\iL£/.o._ VirgnUiL #3 ,TMT‘ flEHB$M¢TEWVXFfi7V «Fulxii Wfiwhbb©5 lfh55-k5 [I Write the following passages in the Eifim {fibelow referring {’EYUDE‘EU‘J‘ in the Homework packet. bkhw<0§i§£h€b& DELHSQiiitbxiLb&£fi&“fl%ibto%;5&KIATM6fifit EfitfimtfiéibtoEgjtfiiflflotffifiifihhfttoiiiiw fifl$0ibto DELwifimggntébiifléi@QQQTK©€E&EZ&K§U$€ATL to @eumam: < 0 fi‘i?‘£€h‘lf/u&'6 L730 Note: The words with dotted underlines should be written in katakana and solid underlines should be written in kanji. ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2010 for the course EEP 175 taught by Professor Christiantraeger during the Fall '09 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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