JAPN 101, Fall 2015
HW#16: Practice exercises on wa and ga Score _/33 (_%)
Choose the appropriate phrase particle (underline or circle). (1 pt @)
Sore wa/ga nan desu ka?
What is that?
Sumisu-san wa/ga dare desu ka?
Who is Mr. Smith?
Ya s u k o K o s a k a M i t a m u r a
HOW TO WRITE WORDS
Now that you have learned how to write all of the Hiragana symbols, the
next step is to learn how to use them in writing words. In order to do this you
must first identify the
Answer the following questions based on the Structural Patterns in your JSL text.
1) A Japanese Verbal is a word which has a number of different forms including one form ending in
_ and another in _.
2) List three verbals.
Fill in the blanks for each of
the conversations below with
the appropriate interrogatives. (nan, dare, dore, ikura, and doo)
1. A: _desu ka.
B: Kaban desu.
2. A: _desu ka.
B: Are desu.
3. A: _desu ka.
B: 25-en desu yo.
Sapanese 1 Homework 7 Name:
Fiil in each space with the Katakana
to make words. Pay attention to iong vowels.
lobster Japanese 1 Hamew-ork 7 Name:
Fili in. each space with the Katakana
to make words. Pay attention to long vowels.
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IAPN 101, AU15 Name K951 I 68 pts
ISL Lesson 5A Review Sheet (in katakana)
General instructions: You may write in hiragana/katakana or romam'zation, but in
either case be sure that your spelling is correct or you will lose points!
I. Underline the words o
Eavesdropping: Lesson 2
(On the basis of the
exchanges on the online
soundfile, answer the following questions [in English]. In each case, A refers to
the first speaker, and B to the second speaker.
JAPN 101, Fall 2015
Review sheet, Lesson 6B (HW#_24_)
A) Nihongo de kotaete kudasai. (Please answer in Japanese.) You may use
romanization or hiragana/katakana, but be sure to use the appropriate
1. Give Japanese equivalents for the following :(Romaji)
Fill in the blanks with Kore, Sore, Are, Dore, Kono, Sono
On the basis of the exchanges on the online soundfile, answer the following questions [in
English] . In each case, A refers to the first speaker, and B to the second speaker.
Answer the following questions based on the chart below.
The day after tomorrow
dare desu ka._
Asita wa Kawasaki san desu ka.
dare ga k
JAPN 101, AU 15
Supplement to Lesson 5A worksheet (HW #19)
Note that sentences with dake have a variety of different possible translations, as
illustrated below. Carefully consider what is the general category vs. t
Listen and Practice
CC-Classroom Instructions and GUP (p.24-p.25)
Classroom Instruction ( CI) and Greetings and Use