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 ...
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