10-4-7 - Vocabulary s Time Morning 0 Tomorrow s When Today...

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Unformatted text preview: 10-4-2007 Vocabulary: -- s Time-- Morning 0 Tomorrow , s When Today At about , Tonight , L[L Xj Weekend, L[ L + SaturdayA [email protected] M f Sunday f [email protected] Every day L[L Xj Every night Msf D a~, Every morninga fD~ , s M , s Monday M 3 f a Tuesday M3 af Wednesdayf 3 M a Thursday M3 a f Friday M3 f a Verb: U-Verbs: (o -verbs)o Plain form: To goa L M3 To go back; to return , s To listen; to ,hear s To drink m To speak, to talk To read To meetc To buy To write To take To wait To understand , s To get up; to wake up , s (destination 0 /0 )0 (destination 0 /0 )0 (~0 ) (~0 ) (language 0 /0 ) (~0 ) Ru-verb (o -verb) plain forms: To eatM3 af (~0 )0 To sleep 7 H To see; to look at , H (~0 ) Irregular Verbs: To ,come H (destination 0 /0 ) To do H (~0 ) To studya f M 3 (~0 ) 0 Form (non-past affirmative/ non-past negative) (see handout) There are three types of verbs in this category: 1. plain forms or the "dictionary forms" 2. the present tense (non-past) affirmative forms 3. the present tense (non-past) negative forms Depends on different types of verbs, some follow regular conjugation patterns while some has irregular patterns. Depends on the patterns, the verbs in this category are classified in 3 types: 1. Irregular Verbs Plain form (non-past/affirm.) 0 -form (non-past/affirm.) 0 -form (non-past/neg.) 0 , H 0 0 (To do) (0 (to come) , ) H , H 0 (study) H (0 ) 0 2. Ru-Verbs-End with 0 ; to change to 0 form, drop 0 then add 0 or 0 . Plain form (non-past/affirm.) 0 -form (non-past/affirm.) 0 -form (non-past/neg.) 0 0 0 0 (To eat)0 (0 (To see)0 (0 (To sleep)0 (0 (To wake up)(0 ) ) ) ) H 0 0 0 (0 (0 (0 (0 ) ) ) ) H H H H H ( (0 (0 H ( ) ) ) ) 3. U-Verbs-All end with "0 line. To change into 0 form, change the "0 line " " into "0 line then add 0 " or 0 . EX: 0 end with "0 ; change "0 into " " "0 then add 0 " /0 , so it becomes 0 /0 . Plain form (non-past/affirm.) 0 -form (non-past/affirm.) 0 -form (non-past/neg.) 0 0 0 talk) (0 (0 (0 ) (to listen/hear) ) (to drink) ) (to speak/to H ^ 0 0 (0 (0 (0 ) ) ) H^ H ^ , H ^ H (^ H (^ (0 ) ) ) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (0 (0 (0 (0 (0 (0 (0 ) (to read) ) (to meet) ) (to buy) ) (to write) ) (to take) ) (to wait) 0 0 0 0 0 0 (0 (0 (0 (0 (0 (0 (0 ) ) ) ) ) ) ) F u~ F u~ F u~ F u~ F u~ F u~ , F u~ 0 ) (~u F (~u F (~u F (~u F (~u F (~u F (0 ) ) ) ) ) ) ) (to understand) F u~ 0 : object marker Object (noun) +o -- LaTM 1 ~ ,MD a fTM ~ , Mf~ a TM D , F u~ , Mf~ a TMD M3 a f M3 a f + Activity Verb /~ O u /~ F u /~ F u , F /~u /~ F u /a 3 /a 3 (not/listen to the music) (not/drink the juice) (not/read Japanese) (not/ speak Japanese) (not/eat sushi) (not/see the English movie) (not/play tennis) + 0 ,+u ~ F A: B ~ , F u B: 0 , (~u F 0 , u (~ F 0F ~ u (B san, are you playing tennis ?) 0 )~u F (No, I'm not playing tennis.) 0 )0 (Yes, I'm.) A: B { 0 everymorning?) B:M a3 f , 0F ~ u 0F ~ u (B san, what do you eat 0 (I eat cereal everymorning.) A: B B: M a3f X 0 (0 { 0F ~ u 0F ~ u )g 0 (B san, What do you do on weekend0 ) (I listen to the music during 0 weekend.) (I study Japanese on weekend.)0 A: 0 0 B: 0 0 ) Mf a3 0 R (What else do you do then?) 0 =and then(0 (I also study Japanes.) 0 0 Particle: with specific time and date EX:0 R-- , R , R k Subject +o R c La 0 (7 mE k @ @ @@ o ( Saturdayk Sunday R 4 pm0 9:30 am0 +o timeo 0b 0 +o Doing activity E @c (7 @ E @c (7 @ I study Japanese on Sat. I play tennis on Sunday. I eat dinner at 4 pm. I eat breakfast at 9:30 am. 0 R (Usually= , R What time do you usually go to sleep every night? B: M a3f 0 0 I usually go to sleep at 10 pm. , A: R It's so early. , B: R Yes, it is. Early--o Around--o (o ) o Late-- -- R ) A: B f M3 a ) Around 10 pm 3 ...
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