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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide for The Final Japanese 1 Fall 11 What you are expected to know: "Genki I" lesson 1 thorough lesson 5. See A- E below. A. Tasks you should be able to do: 1. All greetings (textbook p.34-35 ) Introducing yourself: (name) (optional) 3. Asking and telling telephone numbers: A: B: 4. (459-8763) Asking and telling the time using a.m. & p.m. and five/ten minutes; A: B: (4:15 A.M) A B: Asking someone's age: A: B: Talking about things and price: + noun Customer : Store clerk: Customer : Store clerk: 5. 7. Talking about daily activities using expressions of frequency: - - 1 1 8. Talking about schedules: A: A: A: A: + negative polite non-past verbs / + positive polite non-past verbs B: B: B: B: 9. Particles : textbook p.90- 91 plus the ones you learned in lessons 1 and 2 ( - 10. Talking about things/people using location words and Describing where things are using location words: Talking about the past states using 2 / : 11. 12. 2 13. Talking about what you did using time expressions: Talking about what you did/did not using expressions of frequency: + positive polite past verbs + negative polite past verbs Expressions of quantity and duration of activities: / - - - More particles : textbook p.113 (A and B, with person or people) textbook p.99 A summary of combinations and replacement of particles nothing/ / / ---> ( textbook p.111) ---> ----> ---- > 16. 17. Describing things/people using adjectives and adverbs: 1) adjectives 2) adjectives 3 3 3) adjective +noun 4) adjective + noun 5) Adjective + Adjective using te-form 18. Expressing what you like and dislike about things/people. 19. Making suggestions: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: B. Vocabulary: textbook p.40-41, p.57, p.60-61, p.69, months), and p.130-131 - p.86-87 , p.104-105 , p.127 (your own birthday, C. Grammar: what you learned in class (lesson 1 through lesson 5) D. Katakana: textbook p. 79 (menu), p.294-296, workbook p.124-128 - Your name (both first name and last name) - Your school's name, some common words such as food, drinks, places, etc. 4 4 / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / etc / / T / / / / / / / / / / / / / E. : textbook p.298-305, workbook p.129-132 5 5 ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course BIOCHEM 100 taught by Professor Dalbey during the Fall '10 term at UCSC.
- Fall '10