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Unformatted text preview: · ñ ? Thursday October 7, 2010 1 Subject marker: - h / h 1) 2) 1) 2) Subject marker: ~ h r h . r h . (= h Subject marker: ~ h hh . hh . h ) 2 Subject marker: - h / h (2) The subject marker ~ h / h indicates the previous noun where the subject marker is attached is the subject of the sentence. Subject Subject marker Verb uu u u u u 3 ~ ~ / ~ alternation Subject Subject marker uu Consonantending hh Vowelending Verb u . h . 4 1 (Do you have?) So far… è B ¶ªg ? “Do you have a pencil?” Ø A ¶ªg ? “Do you have an older brother?” h , h . “Yes, I do (have).” h ,h . “No, I don’t (have).” 5 2 (is located/existed) ¨ h Where is Andy? ? h . He is in the classroom. ¨ 6 Who is where? éD¸ . Basic sentence structure: → [Who]~ h / h [Where]~ k ª B ¶ éD ¸ 1) 2) ØD ¾ª Õ 3) h library, h . . a Î ¾D é . . school, h house 7 * ª ⇒ ⇒ WB N 1) 2) 3) 4) ?(~ where) h -h :r h Subject + h / h (=subject marker) [place]+ h (= location marker) ? Who is where? h -h (restroom) h -h (library) h -h (dorm) h -h (classroom) . gª 8 ? * ª 1) H 2) H, 3) H 4) H ¿ ª ¿ ª ¬ Õ ¬ Õ 5 ¿ Õ* ¿ ª Õ . . > Î > Î > Î > Î . . ~ h : subject marker ~ h : location marker 9 ? 1) 2) 3) 4) h h h h ~ h h h ~ ª ´ G Ø. ´ G Ø. h h [place] h . . . . . library restroom dorm 10 ? Do you know? P. 51 h ª ´ :I » Ø h : ~ ª ·* x h :h ,h h : ”ˆ< ª* h : ~· ª xw h (to know) know) Õ ? . Îa ? . . vs. h (don’t 11 ...
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