JPN 1 Study Guide-Final Fall-11

JPN 1 Study Guide-Final Fall-11 - Study Guide for the Final...

Info iconThis preview shows page 1. Sign up to view the full content.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

Unformatted text preview: Study Guide for the Final JPN1 Fall 11 "Genki I" Lesson 1~5 & part of Lesson 7(P.173 "Te-forms" for joining sentences): Text P. 24~143, P. 290~305 & Workbook P. 11~53, P. 117~132 Make sure you go over all the exercises in the textbook and workbook. A. Vocabulary & Grammar -X Y - Question Sentences - A Negative Sentence of X Y --X Y (L2) - Noun conjugation (formal or long form Non-past and Past) (L4) - noun1 noun2 - Demonstrative Words (ko-so-a-do) ; +noun; noun - Verb Types (Verbs that take an object & verbs that do not take an object), Verb Conjugation (formal or long form Affirmative & Negative, Non-past & Past, and - Particles: Destination; Specific Time (You should not use for Relative time such as a place of existence (used when a verb is or ); (person) (to ask); (person ) (to meet); ( ); a place of action; ( together with) and (combining two nouns); (also); (to (a place/as far as (a place)/till (a time) - direct object; topic; subject; "I tell you," "you know" ; conforming or seeking agreement to what has been said - Frequency Adverbs ( +negative, +negative) - Quantity Adverbs ( ) - Describing where things are located using location words - Duration (hours) - Days of the week, days of months, and other time expressions such as next year, last year, tomorrow, and yesterday -X (How different are they from English "go" and "come" - See Expression Notes 4, text P. 94) - Adjectives (i-adjectives and na-adjectives), Adjective conjugation (formal or long form Affirmative & Negative, Non-past & Past) - Adjectival te-forms (combine two adjectives) and Noun te-forms e.g. L7 P. 173) - Degree Expressions ( ) - Counting ( ...) B. Hiragana reading & Writing C. Katakana reading & Writing: You have to write your name in katakana. 1 D. Kanji reading & Writing: In addition to what was covered for the kanji quizzes, you should be able to read and write dates of months in kanji ( .....), including your birthday. E. Tasks you should be able to perform (orally and writing): - Greetings - Thanking and Apologizing - Self-introduction (school's name, academic year, major, age, nationality) - Asking and telling telephone numbers - Asking and telling time - Asking and telling name, age and nationality - Describing one's family (age, occupation, character) - Asking and telling prices - Ordering (basic) food at a restaurant - Asking and telling locations using - Understanding simple instructional language (See textbook P. 83) - Describing things/people using adjectives and adverbs (e.g. ) - Expressing what you like and dislike about things/people, including Verb+ Verb+ - Making suggestions: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: F. Oral Presentation: Self-introduction (See oral presentation study guide) 2 ...
View Full Document

{[ snackBarMessage ]}

Ask a homework question - tutors are online