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Chapter 1 Lesson Test Format - You hear gakusee You hear...

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You hear: gakusee ( がくせい ) (かくせい がくせい がくせ がくせえ) You hear: konbanwa (こんばんは) You write: こんばんは A: You met your friends in the afternoon. How would you greet them? (a. おはよう b. じゃあ、また c. こんにちは d. こんばんは ) B: How would you say “ Please read (it).” (a. かいてください b. みてください c. きいてください
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