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Unformatted text preview: 201 2010 l 9 l Master subtitle style Click to edit2 l 9/15/11 à 9/15/11 (review) x • Ä i¿ª j Study highlighted examples + A & B before reading section in each lesson. x A (both reading and • writing) You already learned these kanji, but these are new readings in the reading section. 9/15/11 l l l l XÏ i ¿ª l 9/15/11 ¨¨ A) (p.246 Websites for Kanji stroke order http://www.yamasa.cc/members/ocjs/kanjidi http://www.sp.cis.iwate-u.ac.jp/icampus/u/uk • Type the kanji you would like to search the stroke order. http://marinebat.com/gahoh/index.php?opti • Search the kanji you would like to search by the number of strokes. 9/15/11 2 o l áE & , 0C o øž ¥ºª j ll l o€ øž ¥ºª j ll o áE & , (C o áE & , 0C 9/15/11 Ž 1. 1. 1. 6 (reason) (situation) 12 (reason) (situation) 13 (reason1) (reason2) (situation) The º¥ –ø clause lists two or more reasons. It can be used to list reasons that lead to a situation mentioned in the main clause. l is preceded by the short form of adjectives, verbs, or copulas( l ), which can be in the affirmative, negative, present tense, or past tense. The order could be 9/15/11 (reason2) . (situation) (reason1) i-adj l ¨ i¿ ª Á ¨ i¿ ª Á ¨ i¿ ª j Á copul ¨ Á ¿ª j a ¨ Á ¿ª j verbs 9/15/11 na-adj ¨ Á¿ ª j ¨ Á¿ ª j verbs ¨ Á ¿ª j oÎ i j ª¿ 1 l lo i¿ª l ° 99 ª  w j ¸ ÐIw E l (it is cold) (I often catch a cold) l 9 ° ~X † j ª» bZ ªÂ ‰ j o 2l 9 w ª j ¸ IÐ wE l ~X † » ª j bZ  ‰ ª j o l l (I had a test yesterday) l (I had to do HW ) l ¸9 wj ªÂ IÐ wE l 3 9 ° 9l °w l° o i j ª¿ 9wj À ªÂ ¬Õ tÎ 4l 9 Âw l ° ° 9 ° oÎ i j ª¿ 9/15/11 È • • ˜ ¥ºª j It looks like…) The verb/adjective stem + l expresses an inference based on what the speaker has seen or felt. It cannot be used with adjectives of shape, color, or appearance because these imply direct visual observations, not inference (visual evidence is clear). Examples: l È ˜ ¥ ºª 9/15/11 round l red ø l l Å i¿ª j It looks like…) -adj (affirmative) l ø Åi¿ ª l l Exception l l l l l l ø Åi¿ ª l l -adj (affirmative) l l 9/15/11 l ø Åi¿ ª j l ø Åi¿ ª j l l l 9/15/11 9/15/11 è  i¿ª j is usually used with V(stem) l - It looks like…) non-controllable verbs l - ) potential forms l l 9/15/11 12,600 l € CK À ) € È l ˜ ]ºª j It looks like…) -adj (negative) l l l l È ˜]º ª j Exception l l l l -adj (negative) È ˜ ] º ª È ˜]º ª j l 9/15/11 È ˜]º ª j l l l Ș]ºª l l È ˜]º ª j È ˜]º ª j l Negative Form ªº x j ˜u l ªº x j ˜u l l l ll l l ªº x j ˜u ªº xu ˜ l ªº xu j ˜ ð 9/15/11 l l ªº xu j ˜ ªº xu j ˜ l l adjectives • ª j H—¥ º ª j • H—¥ º l ª j H—¥ º ª j • 9/15/11 H—¥ º H—¥ º ª j H—¥ º ª 2 H2w P l 9/15/11 AI (Í i (Í i H2 (Í i 2w P ÐIw E (Í i (Í i H2 Hl l ÐIw l E H ...
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