Ch4-PastTense

Ch4-PastTense - Chapter 4- There is/are, Past Tense Kanji ?...

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Kanji ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? day, sun, Japan ? ? ? ? ? ? book, basis, this ? ? ? ? ? ? person ? ? ? day of the week ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? moon (Monday) ? ? ? ? fire (Tuesday) ? ? ? ? ? ? water (Wednesday) ? ? ? ? ? tree (Thursday) ? ? ? ? ? ? gold (Friday) ? ? ? ? ? soil, earth (Saturday) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? on top ? ? ? ? ? below ? ? ? ? ? ? ? in ? ? ? half There is/are ~ ? ? ? When we are describing “there is,” we use the verb ? ? ? Whenever it is used, the particle ? is replaced with ? ? This verb is used for inanimate objects or things! ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? There is a pork cutlet. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? There is a concert in New York. For people and living things, the verb ? ? is used. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? There is a black cat. Dates ? ? ?   yesterday ? ? ?   today ? ? ?   tomorrow In Japanese, dates are written much the same as hours, just with different characters of course! The format is this:
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2012 for the course JAP 1120 taught by Professor Brettwalter during the Fall '11 term at FSU.

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Ch4-PastTense - Chapter 4- There is/are, Past Tense Kanji ?...

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