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Grammar summary Lesson2 E.Hoshino 2010 Lesson 8 w»“ X ™ w»“ things, people e &&/e && for Who) everyday use polite everyday use polite This (Can be a subject) This + NOUN can be a subject e near a speaker That (Can be a subject) That + NOUN can be a subject e near a listener That over there(Can be a subject) That over there + NOUN can be a subject e far from both ±hich (Can be a subject) ±hich + NOUN can be a subject e e person Whose + NOUN place everyday use polite everyday use polite This place (Can be a subject) This place+ NOUN can be a subject e near a speaker Place there (Can be a subject) Place there + NOUN can be a subject
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Unformatted text preview: e near a listener e & e & & e & & e & && Place over there(Can be a subject) Place over there + NOUN can be a subject e far from both e & & e & & e & && e & && ±here (Can be a subject) ±here + NOUN can be a subject e e& e&& e&& e&&& • &&& && && ² 8 ™w» “ too, as Well as, also The second property is sometimes dropped.³,‹» “*&&—iZ E& & e e e e e e replaced e replaced e replaced e & added e& added • ° 8«»“*&&´ƒµ »“ *& &h agreement, confirmation with a listener • ° y giving assurance to a listener Japanese speakers sometime combine r and r : (Yes, as you said, it’s tasty, isn’t it?)...
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