(as if someone is hitting the drum)
(ones stronger hand)
1. Examine the quiz for no more than half an hour, so youll know the types of questions. You may not
take notes but you may refer to references (textbook, dictionaries, etc.)
2. Study as you need.
3. Take the quiz with no references (tex
Sections & Instructors:
LJPN100 First Year Japanese I
LJPN100 Section 1 CRN 78896
10:00 - 10:50 am ANS 131
LJPN100 Section 2 CRN 78897
11:00 - 11:50 am ANS 031
Instructor: Kate Kim
LJPN100 Section 3 CRN 79998
12:00 - 12:50 pm Stadi
LJPN100 First Year Japanese I Fall 2017 CRN 78896.78897.78898.78899 Syllabus
Yookoso! An Invitation to Contemporary Japanese
Chapters / Reading assignments
1 8 21 M Overview / Introduction/Questionnaire
22 T Dear Student xxv / Pronunciation / Greetings
LCC200J Fall ()Final Exam Outline/Guidelines
Review the vocabulary pertinent to travel.
Review the structures such as
OO form +OO form +
ReviewPacket pg. 99
Transitive verb +Intransitive verb +
CJLEA Question Making Committee
2016 Study Guide & Sample Questions
B. Place names in Kanji
D. Kotowaza (Proverbs)
E. Kanyo hyogen (Idiomatic Expressions)
F. Kasane-kotoba (Onomatopoeia)
G. Animal Sounds
ECON 379/HIST 379, ECONOMIC HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES
COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FALL 2014 (8/27/2014)
Robert R. (Bob) Keller, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
C 325 Clark
WELCOME TO LJPN200 (CRN 64942)!
This 10-page course outline contains all the information you need
to know about LJPN200. Please be sure to check this before you
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Japanese Verb Classes: A Handy Guide
How to identify a class 1 verb from dictionary form.
1) If the dictionary form ends in an U sound other than ?, its a class 1 verb.
2) In the dictionary forms ending in ? , it has an A, U or O sound in front of
(Are youyhing ?)
(Are you buying it ?)
(Do you do it?)
(Do you see it ?)
(Is it there?)
(Are you coming ?)
3.-.«5. ww- AM7 b_w.1MIWW mam"arm- 1. .
1"? of ' <
is go get. English focuses on the beginning of an action; Japanese focuses on
the ending of an action.
1. Indicates that information is being presented about something that is already known or that has been
That university- its near Tokyo Station. / That university is
Over there is a red book, right. Its a kanji book. / See
near Tokyo S