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Unformatted text preview: hú–Àª* Q Q Q Q Q Q Aprilú h xÀ – ª VQ1(Nouns on 176) VQ2 Q Nouns on 177 Q Verbs & Adj on 177 & 178) Q xª &– Q h Àú 2Q 3Q KQ1 KQ2 HW1 HW2 Last Chapter Test Final Exam: May 8th 10:30am-12:30pm i PHYS112 If you have more than two exams on the same day, you can take it earlier. --- Let me know! Q Q Q Q fall, autumn Q Q Wind Q Q Climate Q Q North Cloud Q Q Rain air temperature Season Last year Cloudy Q This morning Q This year Q recent, recently Q Typhoon Q Rainy season Q Weather Q Summer Q Weather forecast Øõ`¾ªx Southwest Q Southeast Q West Q Shower (rain) Q After Øõ`¾ª Q Q Sunny weather Spring Q Q East h J Q Q Q Q Q ˜ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q øò`¾ª Q Q Hô P184 D. Q Japan uses the Celsius scale for temperature. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q xª À – K ý Q Q Q Q Q Q Q xª À – K ý Q Q ¨ý–Àª Q Q Q Q Q Q ô`¾ªx J Q Q Q Q Q ¸©™ Q õ`¾ª K Q õ`¾ª K ÐÉìB h€™¿ªx Q Q Q ô`¾ª K Q QQ QQ QQ Q ô`¾ªK ô`¾ªx K x ô`¾ªK ô`¾ªx K x ô`¾ªK Q ¨ö`¾ª Q Q ó`¾ªx m Q ¨ó`¾ª Q Q ·ªx ˜Õi ÐÉìB •™¿ªx r Q B x •™¿ªÐÉìr Q ÐÉìB •™¿ªx r Q ™ ÈR Kanji and compounds you can now read! (p.218) •Q ª¾ • ó h ` Q •Q •Q ª¾ • ó h ` •Q ª¾ • ó h ` •Q •Q •Q ª¾ • ó h ` •Q •Q •Q • • • • Q Q Q Q • • • • • • • • Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q • • • • • • • • • • • Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Review : i -form + J ¨ Review ¨ -form i In chapter 10, you learned the verb Q – form + Q , which express resultant state. This interpretation is common for verbs used to express wearing clothes or accessories. ¿ Mà ™ Q Q ¿ Mà ™ Q Q Review : i -form + J ¨ Review ¨ -form i Also, if the verb indicates an instantaneous change of state or transfer (e.g. Q , Q Q Q ), then the verb Q – form + Q will express a resultant state. P°™ P°™ ¿ P°™ Q Q Q Q Q Q Review : i -form + J ¨ Review ¨ -form i The Q -form of the verb Q (to come to know), À –m ý (to know), express the resultant of one’s discovery of information. ¿ J€ ™ Q Q (Mr. Tanaka knows that person.) ¿x Q Q (Mr. Tanaka found out the person’s name yesterday.) Resultant State : Q -form + Q Q Ongoing Action x ¾ ` -õ ø ª Grammar 1 p.192~ A. Ongoing action The verb Q -form + Q can express ongoing action when used with certain action verbs. The Verb indicate activities that take place for a period of time. EX) ÑX Q Q ™ ÑX i -form + Q past. below is on going action in the p ª¾ ` ª¾ ` ª¾ ` ª¾ ` p i i Present þÈ Past ª¾ ` ª¾ ` ª¾ ` ª¾ ` þÈ þÈ þÈ þÈ þÈ þÈ þÈ Present p * ª¾ ` þ È Past * ª¾ ` þ È i p * ª¾ ` þ È * ª¾ ` þ È i i * ª¾ ` þ È * ª¾ ` þ È * ª À – ú P P * ª À – ú * ª À – ú * ª À – ú * ª À – ú * ª À – ú * ª À – ú P P Y H r W ¸ * * ªÀJ — ¸. ¨à¦ Work in a group of 3-4 people. One student does the gesture of one of the actions above and the rest of the students guess what he/she is doing. Answer in JAPANESE! JAPANESE Pair Work: Activity 2 (P.194) • Ask your partner : xªÉ Ð ¾ _ •j ¸ • And, your partner will answer with a fake Bì xЪame: ¸ nÉ ¾ _ j Q ¿ † •¿ x ¿ † •¿ x Q The verb Q – form + Q is often contracted to the verb Q – form + Q conversation (in both formal and casual styles). `ø ¸ `ø ¸ `ø ¸ Q Q Qª ¾ ` ø ¸ x Qª ¾ ` ø ¸ x Q xª ¾ ` ø ¸ Q Q Q Q Q Q `ø ¸ Q x ª ¾ Qø ¸ ` Q Q Telephone Conversation: Telephone Ð * A:¾ È_ ªd Ð * B:¾ È_ ªd ÎE Õ * Ð ª ¾ _ ¬ ; 1 A:¿ x† ê * ª¿ Q »P Ð * B:¾ m ª _y ª ¿ ¿ x† Q Q ¾T r _ Q Q One more usage: Q - Q Q Ongoing è xÀ – ú ª ¾ _j • March 28(Sat) March 22(Sun) March 21 (Sat)- ÐÉìB _¾ªx ÈC Q can be translated 2 different ways. 1)¿ .ˆ ªO Q lø (Mr. Tanaka is playing golf right now.) 2)¿O ª .ˆ xO ª ¿ .ˆ ªO ¿ .ˆ ªO ¿ .ˆ (Mr.Tanaka plays golf often recently.) Activity 4 p.195 Ask three people the question below, and write down the answers. A: Q B: QQ EX) ˜ ªa 4 À c J ™ Q x4À ˜ a ª Q x4Éa˜ª À ¿ O Bì ª Ð ! x™ Q Q ªa ˜ x4 À Q VQ2 Q & Qª K xO ¿. Q Q Q Q Q April x¿K ªO . Nouns on 177 Q Verbs & Adj on 177 & 178) Q 2Q 3Q KQ1 KQ2 HW1 HW2 Last Chapter Test Final Exam: May 8th 10:30am-12:30pm i PHYS112 If you have more than two exams on the same day, you can take it earlier. --- Let me know! ...
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