1. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate particles. If a particle is not required, put an X in the
parentheses. (2 Inka 13) l 26
a) :m: we *e-rm» eight/isms.
b) A/ZM W)ii( Li)<) Uh: 51AM 7'7: Wbbi'u
2 Wnte the questmns that match with the answ
X-o kudasai: Please give me X eg: tokee-o kudasai = Please give me the watch. Used to request
concrete items politely
X-o onegaishimasu: Used to request item X, more formal than kudasai. Often used at restaurants. Eg:
Selected Vocabulary (see all vocabulary at: )
Ohayoo: used between friends and family members (usually used before noon, but you can also say it in
afternoon/night to classmates or co-workers that youre seeing for the first time that day)
Two types of adjectives. -adjectives and -adjectives
Different tenses depending on tense, and if its affirmative or negative, just like with verbs
The first ones in negative are the common version, the second ones are th
A conjugation of verbs, lots of different uses
If youre talking to a close friend/family member; the te-form can be used as a request.
o Hon o yonde. Read this book please/Will you read this book for me
If being polite, use t
MEMORIZE! PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE EVERY DAY
* o () can also be pronounced as wo in some
NOTE: the second letter (/)
should be about half the size of the first letter to make these contracted sounds.
To make double consonant sounds, a sma
JAPAN 101R Winter 2016
The final project is worth 10% of your final mark. The same mark will be given to each group
member. The final project should display all the grammar youve learned during the term and
should show your or
Oral Test Outline
Date: During your tutorial on March 15/16/17
Time: last 70 minutes of the tutorial (approximately 3 minutes per person)
Worth 5 % of the course
Part I: Read the passage in page 301. You do n
Complete the following table.
Translate the following into Japanese (in Hiragana).
1. This is my bag.
2. (Pointing at a thing near the listener) That is Takeshis magazine.
3. (Pointing at a building 50 meters away) That one over there is
Vocabulary of Note (classroom vocab)
Wakarimashita ka = Do you understand?
Wakarimashita = I understand / I understood.
Wakarimasen = I dont understand. / I dont know.
Yukkuri itter kudasai = Please say it slowly.
Moo ichido itte kudasai = Pleas
To introduce/ or present the location of item X, we use arimasu (for non-living things) or imasu
(for living things)
ga is the particle used for these verbs
o Eg: Theres a McDonalds over there (far from speaker and li
CHEM 120 Fall 2015 Online
Instructor: Richard Alexander Marta
CHEM 120 Fall 2015 Assignment
6b (Quantum Theory and the H