Japanese Prelim 1 Drill Check Lesson 16 A Drill E Tyotto, toranku akete kudasai. Would you just open the trunk. Sumimasen kedo, akanai n desu. Im sorry, but (the fact is) it wont open. 1. Tyotto, kagi kakete kudasai. 2. Tyotto, mizu tomete kudasai. 3
[Transitive/Intransitive Verbals [-18B] Katagiri
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Transitive/Instransitive Verbal Pairs (JSLPart 1 - Part 3
kaer-u return 7A
"I returned home."
tome-ru stop (something) 7 B
"I stopped the car."
tomar-u come to a halt/stop over
"The car stoppe
I. Rewrite CC2 of Lesson 20B in distal-style only
II. Rewrite CC2 so that it becomes an exchange between two male friends in direct style.
III. Complete the following conversation.(Use as many as you
I. The original CC1 is a conversation between a female student using distal-style (i.e. style) and a
professor using informal, direct style. Rewrite the conversation in direct-style only replacing with and
A2: (male speech)
Ku-form of the adjective.
Ku-form of the adjective in Japanese is called the "stem" of the adjective.
is also an adjective.
"become cheap" OR "is goint to become cheap"
Ku-form of (not cheap)is
become "not cheap"
(Coffee was cheap before, but)
Japan 2201 (2013)
QUIZ 3 (Eavesdropping 16)
a) cfw_ Neither A nor B, cfw_ lunch
b) cfw_ before
c) wait cfw_ read
a) the phone number of that politicians secretary.
b) in the notebook, cfw_on , cfw_bookshelf is not a note.
Japanese 2201 "INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE" 2013 FALL
READ FROM BEGINNING TO END CAREFULLY. MANY THINGS SUCH AS GRADING
SYSTEM ARE DIFFERENT FROM LAST YEARS JAPAN 1101-1102
"Intermediate Japanese" is a course for students who have learned an elementa
This verbal is not so often used in its simple imperfective/perfective form alone, whether it
is in direct style () or distal style () , nor their negative forms (
It is more frequently spoken or heard in its gerund form ( or its stem form ( )with
The -VSTEM honorifics (e.g. , , etc.) are appropriate for situations calling for considerable formality, especially where a
big status gap exists between speaker and hearer. However, it is also possible to express respect without standin