AN INTEGRATED COURSE IN ELEMENTARY JAPANESE

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Eri Banno Jffi!l!f7Jd!ll Yutaka Ohno :k!l!ffli Yoko Sakane Jl5HlUff-1- Chikako Shinagawa .frtJII~-1-

The Japan TImes

Gin-o Nakayama, Mutsumi Sotoh. and Masataka Muramatsu

Copyright © 2000 by Eri Banno, Yutaka Ohno, Y oko Sakane, and Chikako Shinagawa

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher.

First edition: February 2000 29th printing: February 2005

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Cover art and Editorial design: Nakayama Design Office

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Preface

This workbook is designed as supplementary material for the textbook Genki: An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese. It contains grammar exercises as well as listening practice and practice for kanji, and reinforces what was taught in each lesson of the textbook.

The Dialogue and Grammar section in this book contains a worksheet for each grammar point introduced in the textbook. The sheets include such exercises as translating English into Japanese, expressing the given pictures in Japanese, filling in the blanks, and answering openend questions. Exercises are provided in such a way that students can also review the previously taught grammar items and vocabulary.

A worksheet for comprehensive listening practice is provided at the end of each lesson. It requires students to listen to three or four dialogues on the CD, and to answer questions on the sheet. These exercises should be carried out at the end of each lesson because the dialogues include a number of the study points from the lesson.

The Reading and Writing section consists of kanji worksheets and fill-in-the-blank type questions about the kanji. (Vol. 1 also includes English-J apanese translations') Newly introduced kanji should be written over and over on the sheet until memorized. First, trace the lightly printed kanji samples, paying attention to the balance of the characters. For stroke order, refer to the kanji chart in the textbook. Continue by copying kanji into the blank boxes.

For the fill-in-the-blank questions about kanji, students should read through the whole sentences before filling in the blanks in order to learn kanji in context. For the English-J apanese translations in Vol. 1, students are encouraged to use previously taught kanji as much as possible.

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®l, \c:!"? Greetings --------------------1]

~l~ Numbers 13
2 Time and Telephone Numbers 14
3 Noun 1 0) noun 2 • X Id: Y e'g- 15
4 Question Sentences 16
5 ~ < tllv u f';P '3 (Listening Comprehension) 17
~2~ 1 Numbers 19
2 ;:: n, ttl, and ®tl 20
3 ;::(J), to), and ®(J) • t.=tl(J) 21
4 Noun =b 22
5 Noun l/~®~H~ttlv 23
6 ~ < tllv u f';P '3 (Listening Comprehension) 24
~3~ 1 Verb Conjugation 25
2 Noun 1d: verb 26
3 Verbs with Places 27
4 Time References 23
5 Suggestion Using ~*ttlvt.J\ 29
6 Frequency Adverbs 30
7 Im< ~ ~ (Listening Comprehension) 31
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2 Describing Where Things Are 34
3 Past Tense (Nouns) 35
4 Verb Conjugation (Past Tense) 36
5 Past Tense (Verbs) 37
6 =b 33
7 Word Order and Particles 39
8 ~< ~ ~ (Listening Comprehension) 40
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~5~ Adjectives (Present Tense) 41

2 Adjective Conjugation-1 42
3 Adjective Conjugation-2 43
4 Adjectives (Past Tense) 44, 5 Adjective+Noun ----------------45 6 ~f~(tcJ:)/~ G L \(tcJ:) 46

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8 Im< ~ ~ (Listening Comprehension) 4<8

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2 -C"::"<t':::0"L\ 50

3 Te-form-2 51

4 -C"::"=bL \L \(:'9 /-C"::"IJ:L \Ij*ttlv 53

5 Describing Two Activities 54<

6 -fj'G 55

7 1m < ~ ~ (Listening Comprehension) 56

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2 -C"::"L \.Q (Actions in Progress) 58

3 -C"::"L\.Q (Result of a Change) 59

4 Describing People 60

5 Te-forms for Joining Sentences 61

6 Verb stem + I:::: 1j</*.Q/~ffi.Q 62

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7 Counting People 63

8 Im< ~ ~ (Listening Comprehension) 64

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1 Short Forms (Present Tense)-----------65

2 Short Forms (Informal Speech) 66

3 Quotations (-c¥&L \*9) 67

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4 Quotations (-c§-:JC"::"L\*lJt.::) 68

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6 Verb O)fj'\H~C'9 70

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7 fj\. iDJfj' and iDJ=b 71

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8 Im< ~ ~ (Listening Comprehension) 72

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1 Past Tense Short Forms-------------73

2 Past Tense Short Forms (Informal Speech) H

3 Past Tense Short Forms (-c¥&L \*9) 75

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4 Quotations (-c§-:JC"::"L\*lJt.::) 76

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5 Qualifying Nouns with Verbs 77

6 *t':::-C"::"L \*ttlv 78

7 -fj'G 79

8 Im< ~ ~ (Listening Comprehension) 80

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~IO~ 1 Comparison Between Two Items 31
2 Comparison Among Three or More Items 32
3 Adjective/noun + (J) 33
4 --::Yt, ot: 34
5 Adjective + tel:-8 35

6 - C'1j~*9 /tJ'1J' 0 *9 36
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2 -t.::0-t.::09-8 90
3 -;:ctJ'65-8 91
4 Noun A ~ noun B 92
5 rm< *'* ~ (Listening Comprehension) 93
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~12~ -/vC'9 95

2 -9~-8 96
3 -1a:5tH \l \C'9 97
4 =oic 93
5 -tel: < 5~l\lj*tt/v 99
6 -c'ud:5 100
7 1m < *'* ~ (Listening Comprehension) 101
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~l~ 1 Hiragana (65 - ;:) 105

2 Hiragana (~ - c) 106
3 Hiragana (tel: - Ia:) 107
4 Hiragana (* - J:) 103
5 Hiragana (G -Iv) 109
6 Hiragana (Dots/Circles/Long Vowels) 110
7 Hiragana (Small t>, f1l, J:/Double Consonants) III
~2~ 1 Katakana (J7 - ::J) 112

2 Katakana (-l1 - t---) 113
3 Katakana (-t- - *) 114,
4 Katakana (7 - :3) 115
5 Katakana (5 - /) 116 m3~ 1 Kanji Practice 117
2 Using Kanji 118
m4~ 1 Kanji Practice 119
2 Using Kanji 120
m5~ Kanji Practice 121

2 Using Kanji 122
m6~ 1 Kanji Practice 123
2 Using Kanji 124
m7~ 1 Kanji Practice 125
2 Using Kanji 126
m8~ 1 Kanji Practice 127
2 Using Kanji 128
m9~ Kanji Practice 129

2 Using Kanji 130
mlO~ 1 Kanji Practice 131
2 Using Kanji 132
mll~ 1 Kanji Practice 133
2 Using Kanji 134
m12~ Kanji Practice 135

2 Using Kanji 136 [ r r r r {

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~Greetings

~What are these people saying? Write in Japanese the appropriate expression for each situation.

1. _

2. __

3. __

4. _

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5. __

6. _

7.

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8.

11.

13.

9.

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10.

12.

14.

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t,,*x. (Name)-----------

Numbers

~ Write the following numbers in Arabic numerals.

(1) -=" un t rp ~ ~ <
(2) -tf ~ (12) J:,Z, t: rp ~
(3) ~ rp ~ (13) t: t rp ~ I,\t?
(4) ~,Z, (14) V' f> < ~ < t: rp ~ J: ,Z,
(5) ~ ~ (15) ~ rp ~ t rp ~ t:
(6) t: (16) ~,Z, t: rp ~ .:
(7) ~ < (17) ~ ~ t: rp ~ ~ <
(8) I, \ t? (18) t: rp ~ U: t?
(9) U: t? (19) V' f> < -=" t rp ~ 7;t ~
(10) J:,Z, (20) V' f> < I, \ t? -757-..

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Time and Telephone Numbers

CD Time-Look at the following pictures and write the answers.
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1. 5: 00 PM Q : ~ \ 1 1j: Iv L '1:""t 1.; , 0
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2. II 9: 00 AM Q : ~\ 1 1j: Iv L '1:""t 1.;' 0
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3. II 12: 30 PM Q : ~\ 1 1j: Iv L '1:,,"t 1.; , 0
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4. II 4: 30 AM Q : ~\ 1 1j: Iv L '1:""t 1.; , 0
A: CD Telephone Numbers-Ask three people what their phone numbers are and write down the numbers in both Japanese and Arabic numerals.

1.

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(Arabic numerals:

2.

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(Arabic numerals:

3.

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(Arabic numerals:

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CD Translate the following phrases into Japanese using the framework "A (J) B."

Note carefully that the order in which the two nouns appear may be different in English and in Japanese. Read Grammar 3 (pp. 16-17).

1. Japanese student

2. Takeshi's telephone number

3. My friend

4. English-language teacher

5. Michiko's major

CD Using the framework "X lei: Y C'9," translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. Ms. Ogawa is Japanese.

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2. Mr. Takeda is a teacher.

3. I am an international student.

4. Michiko is a first-year student.

5. Ms. Yamamoto is 25 years old.

6, My major is Japanese.

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(Class)

t,,3";t (Name)-------------

( m 1 ~~ I' Question Sentences

t.::C\ L\-:;> tJ\

5. You:

'th~-\:tlv, \,\~

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CD Ask the right questions in each of the following exchanges.

1. You:

2. You:

Kimura: ;fl ~ L "'C"'t 0

3. You:

4. You:

CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

Yes, I am a student at Nihon University.

1. Are you a student?

No, Michiko is a third-year student.

2. Is Michiko a fourth-year student?

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t,,*x_ (Name)----------

( ~ 1 ~~ Ij ~ < tLfv u f9:> -5 (Listening Comprehension)

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® Listen to the CD and choose the correct picture below. t!ill Diskl·17

1. (

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7. (

8. (

) 9. (

(a)

(d)

(g)

(j)

3. (

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) 5. (

10. (

(b)

(e)

(h)

(k)

Q ....... =«:

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11. (

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(i)

® Listen to the dialogues between a passenger and a flight attendant in an airplane. Find out the times of the following cities. 6l Diskl-18

Word you may not know: ~"-J 'v \ t::. L .i L --C 0 (You are welcorne.)

Example: t -) ~ J: -)

8:00 A.M.

1. ,,\' 1) (Paris)

If 'J

2. '/ r; }v (Seoul)

3. "::"2.-3--;7 (New York)

4. 0 /' j--" /' (London)

5. Y 1 "" 1 (Taipei)

t: \\ ~ \1

6. :.,; F,,::.. - (Sydney)

L z' ~: \ \

© Listen to the dialogues between Mr. Tanaka and a telephone operator. Find out the telephone numbers of the following people. 6l DiskJ-19

Example: -tf ~

51-6751

2. 1) - (Lee)

I) \1

3. r; 'J /._,. (Woods)

4. r /'7° '/ /' (Thompson)

I:: Iv _;: 'i Iv

@Two international students, Lee and Taylor, are talking with a Japanese person.

Listen to the dialogues and fill in the chart below. 6l Diskl-20

1. Nationality 2. University 3. School Year 4. Major
Lee
Taylor :;57. _

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Numbers

CD Write the following numbers in Arabic numerals.

CD Write the following numbers in hiragana.

1. 541

2. 2,736

3. 8,900

4. 12,345

® Look at the pictures and complete the dialogues.

¥160

¥24,000

¥3,600

1. Q : ___

A:

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A:

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;:: n, tn, and (j7jn

CD Mary and Takeshi are talking. Look at the picture and fill in L:.tL, ttl, or ®tL.

;( 7 I) - : _1. L1 t:: ~t L :: ~(1) 1.1':: "("1'1.1'0

t::~tL: \'\\'\;(.,2. t;t hi?:: ::~(1) 1.1'::"("1'0 3.

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:: ~(1) t "( ~ L f> "("1'1.1'0 t: ~ t L: i.. «. f"7 "(" l' 0

CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. This is my bag.

2. (Pointing at a thing near the listener) That is Takeshi's book.

3. (Pointing at a building 50 meters away) That is a library.

4. (Pointing at the dish in front of you) Is this meat?

5. (Pointing at a building 50 meters away) What is that?

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CD Complete the following conversation between the attendant and the customer at a watch shop.

Attendant: \. \ G -? L "{- \. \ j -It °

Customer (pointing at watch # 1) : :::_:l. o

(How much is this watch?)

Attendant: f r7) t tt \. \ "1 :: ~-If~ i... ~ i:"-t °

Customer (pointing at watch # 2) : =2.:_____ 0

(How much is that watch?)

Attendant :~3. 0

Customer (pointing at watch # 3) : .::_4.:_____ ----:-c- o

(How much is that watch?)

Attendant :~5.:_____ 0

Customer (deciding on # 3) : ~6. :__----0

(Then, I'll take that watch.)

CD Ask the right questions based on the underlined parts.

1. Q : 0

2. Q : 0

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Noun 4s

~ Translate the following sentences into Japanese. Use 1) after the underscored phrases.

1. Ms. Tanaka is Japanese. Mr. Yoshida is Japanese, too.

2. Ms. Tanaka is twenty years old. Mr. Yoshida is twenty years old, too.

3. This dictionary is 2,000 yen. That dictionary is 2,000 yen, too.

4. This is my bicycle. That is my bicycle, too.

5. This is a Japanese book. This is a Japanese book, too.

6. Takeshi's major is history. My major is history, too.

7. Ms. Tanaka is a student at Nihon University. Mr. Yoshida is a student at Nihon University, too.

8. (A sentence of your own, describing two similar things/people.)

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~ Answer the following questions in the negative. These are all personal questions. "00" (read *-@*-@) stands for your name. You will want to replace it with tJt:: v in your answers.

G I ~ ~~5· )(;1i~ ( ~2~'. n < nfv U I¢ -5 (Listening Comprehension)

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® Listen to the dialogue at a kiosk and find out the prices of the following items.

If you can't find out the price, indicate such with a question mark (?). B Diskl-30

2.

3.

4.

5.

TOBAcco

® Mary introduces her friend to Takeshi. Listen to the dialogue and fill in the blanks. B Diskl-31

Mary's friend's name is 1. . She comes from 2.

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She studies 3. at the University of Paris.

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Her mother is 4. . Her father is 5.

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© Mary and Takeshi went to a Japanese restaurant. They are looking at the menu a waitress brought. Listen to the dialogue and answer the following questions.

B Diskl-32

1. How much are these items?

b. -) t"/v (¥

2. What did Mary order? Why did she decide on it?

3. What did Takeshi order?

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~ Memorize the thirteen verbs introduced in Lesson 3. Read the explanation about verb conjugation and complete the following tables.

Ru-verbs

dictionary form present affirmative present negative
1. get up
2. see
3. eat
4. sleep U-verbs

dictionary form present affirmative present negative
5. speak
6. listen
7. go
8. read
9. drink
10. return Irregular Verbs

dictionary form present affirmative present negative
11. come
12. do
13. study ?5A~ _

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~ Write a *"9 and *ttlv sentence using two of the nouns in each group and a verb of your choice.

Example:

Noun: :: 1J' ~

t: <

affirmative ~ ;b t:: L 1;;1: ~:: I, \ ~ i: ~ .i To

negative

1.1 Noun: h:: It

:J-c- 1

affirmative ~

negative ~

affirmative ~

negative ~

3. Noun: T =- 7.

-tj- ''/ 7J - (soccer) / \'7. 7- ''/ r;t' -}v (basketball)

affirmative ~

negative ~

4.1 Noun: 11 A_"

affirmative ~

negative ~

5. Noun: t:IIA_,,(/) hA_,,1J"<

o ''/ -7 (rock)

affirmative ~

negative ~

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( ~3~~.Verbs with Places

CD Where do the following activities take place? Add the places and appropriate particles to the following sentences.

CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. Mr. Tanaka will go to school.

2. My friend will come to Japan.

3. Ms. Suzuki listens to the tape in the L.L.

4. I speak Japanese at home.

5. I don't eat lunch at home.

GI~~~i5·3Z$~ ( ~3~'I'Time References

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CD Time Expressions-Read Grammar 4 (pp. 61-62) on time references, and classify the words below into two groups. If the words are a/ways used with I:, write I: after the words.

2. L ~ -) j: -:»

5. ~ J:: -)

3. ;b ~

6. ~ \ j:

9. L ~ -) ~ \ -t L

CD Your Day-Describe what you do during on a typical day. Include the descriptions of activities listed below. Whenever possible, include place and time expressions. Refer to Grammar 6 (pp. 62-63) on the basic order of phrases.

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2.

3.

4.

5.

1. I speak Japanese every day.

o Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

2. I will not watch TV tonight.

3. Mary does not come to school on Saturdays.

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CD Study Dialogue I (p. 54) and translate the following exchange.

;,( 7 1) - : 1.

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(W ould you like to see a movie tonight")

t:: tt L 2.

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(Tonight is not a very good time ... )

;,( 7 1) - : 3.

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(How about tomorrow?)

t: tt L: 4.

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(Sounds great.)

CD Imagine you ask someone out. Write the dialogue between you and your friend.

You: 1.

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Friend: 2.

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You:

o .J.

Friend: _4. _

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( §g3~~ " Frequency Adverbs

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~ Translate the following sentences into Japanese. l. I often go to the library.

h t::. L Ii

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2. Sue often comes to my house.

7. Mary does not eat much.

3. I usually get up at six.

4. Professor Yamashita usually goes to sleep at eleven.

5. I sometimes read Japanese newspapers.

6. Takeshi sometimes drinks coffee at that coffee shop.

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® Listen to the dialogue between Sue and Mary. Where will they be? What will they do? @] Disk29

l. Saturday 2. Sunday

Mary
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Sue
in/at in/at ® Listen to the dialogue at an evening meeting at a summer camp. The group leader and the students are discussing the schedule for the next day. Complete the schedule below.@] Disk2-10

l. ( ) 6:00 A.M.
2. ( ) 7:30
3. ( 9:00
4. ( 12:30 P.M.
5. ( 1:30
6. ( 3:00
7. ( ) 6:00
8. ( ) 7:30
9. ( ) 11:30 a. breakfast

e. lunch

b. dinner

c. get up

f. play basketball g. play tennis h. study

d. go to bed

i. watch a movie

© Listen to the conversation between Sue and her friend. How often does she do the following things? (a = every day, b = often, c = sometimes, d = not often, e = not at all) GD Disk2-11

l. ( ) study Japanese
2. ( ) go to the library
3. ( ) listen to a Japanese tape
4. ( ) watch American movies
5. ( ) watch Japanese movies
6. ( ) play tennis
7. ( ) drink coffee © Listen to the dialogue between Mary and a Japanese friend of hers and answer the questions below. GD Disk2-12

l. What time is it?

a. Eight

b. Nine

c. Ten

d. Eleven

(

)

2. What did the man suggest first?

a. Coffee at a coffee shop

c. Coffee at his place

d. Lunch

b. Beer at a bar

3. How did the woman turn down his suggestion? (Mark 0 for all that apply.)

a. ( ) By saying that she needs to go back home

b. ( ) By saying that it is too late

c. ( ) By saying that she needs to study

d. ( ) By saying that she needs to go to sleep early

4. What other suggestions did the man make? (Mark 0 for all that applv.)

a. ( ) Listening to Japanese language tapes together

b. ( ) Practicing Japanese at a coffee shop

c. ( ) Having lunch together the next day

d. ( ) Walking her home

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CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. There is a bus stop over there.

2. There will be no class on Thursday.

3. I do not have a dictionary. (lit., There is not a dictionary.)

4. There's Professor Yamashita over there!

5. I have a child. (lit., There is a child.)

CD Answer the following questions in Japanese.

2. "\-:J13*"t~CI):7"7 7..'hi'~ ~ j: T'h'o

r: Ilk .:

3. 13*"t:iz.t;:,'1?'h",,\j: +e-,

!: Ilk z t.

4. JL~ (brothers and sisters) 'hi'" \ j: T7J'o

~J:1t~~ \

( j:;;f;l x_ :: h_,: older sister ) \, \ t '7 C::: younger sister

j:; t: \, \ :: h_,: older brother

j:; c:: '7 C::: younger brother

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;'$:f"1-::> < ;to)J::..~"-to E~Ht-::> < ;to)J::..~"-to It'") LI;H'$:f~E~HO)M~"-to

L: L 1 -j i... t: It \ , -) ;Z L L J: t: ! t \ \ ,h\ '1::.'

CD Draw a picture showing the items mentioned in the passage below, each in correct geometrical relation to the others.

1.J' Ii' ~ 1;1 -::> < ;t 0) T ~"-t 0 -::> < ;t U: T t- 1::" 0) :c t.:f~"-t 0

L t:

1. 8 *~*O)*li ~" .; ~"-t1.J'o

I: Illv:_' Illv

(3)

Sue's dictionary

CD Look at the pictures and answer the following questions.

3. A-~~O);'$.ti~"-=~"-t1.J'o

L L"

4. ~:f~tli ~" .; ~"-t1.J'o

t: L llJ'/v

(4)(5)

5. ~rz1t Ii ~ .. .; ~"-t1.J'o

:: Iv':: -)

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( ~4~~P Past Tense (Nouns)

CD Answer the following questions.

1. ~ i?) '7 Ij }Pti E "C" L t: 1.1'0

If':) J: i if

2. ~ i?) '7 Ij+ Ji E ~" L t: 1.1'0

LI'}>1 : .. : ~:. 1::.

3. ~E i?)'M ':"lj!V Ij/\ :'//\'-tf-~" L t::h'o

~ J: i Jt) ~

4. -tl~i?)a~, "\"\-tl~~" L t::h'o

-:t:"t L2 ='c"t

5. ~t~i?)a~, "\"\¥$~"Lt::h'o

.; 1 .; -) L ~ /j{ ( -ttl \

CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. My bicycle was 30,000 yen.

2. Yesterday was Sunday.

3. Professor Yamada was not a Nihon University student.

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( ~4~~ I' Verb Conjugation (Past Tense)

~ Fill in the conjugation table below. If you are unclear about the u-verb/ ru-verb distinction, read Grammar 1 in Lesson 3 (pp. 58-59) once again. If you are unclear about the past tense conjugation, refer to the table on p. 79.

U-verbs

dictionary past past
form affirmative negative
1. drink
2. speak
3. listen
4. buy
5. take
6. write
7. wait
8. there is Ru-verbs and Irregular Verbs

dictionary past past
form affirmative negative
9. eat
10. get up
11. do
12. come 7'57.. _

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( ~4~~ iJ Past Tense (Verbs)

CD Read what Takeshi did last weekend and answer the following questions in Japanese.

Takeshi listened to music at home on Friday.

He worked part-time at a supermarket on Saturday. He saw a movie with Mary in Kyoto on Sunday.

1. t::. It L :: Iv U: ~ 8i E t: -=t ;f,~ ~ .. ~ j: L T: h' 0

!:<1vJ:1U' ""(1):7-;. I)'

2. t::.ltL::lvli±BiEt:~"':"C"7lv/\'1 r t: Lj: Lt::.h'o

z: J: 1 if

3. t: It L :: Iv Ii" \"'?~~ ~ &, ~ j: L t: h'o

hlvJ}' ( ~

4. t: It L :: Iv Ii E 8i E t:1PJ ~ L j: L t::. h'o (Fill in the blanks.)

~::'1?11 U ~·t:

t::. It L :: Iv Ii t: "C"

~

------ -------

5. ~ td: t::.li, ~*, 1PJ ~ L j: L t: h'o

Lf:JJ1j"? 7J:t:

CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. Sue did not take pictures at all.

2. I often ate hamburgers when I was a child.

3. Takeshi did not study much when he was in high school.

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~ Translate the sentences into Japanese. Note that the particle =5 replaces I~, ti, and ~, but goes side by side with other particles.

1. Mary went to Osaka last week. Takeshi went to Osaka last week, too.

2. There is a Japanese class on Monday. There is a history class on Monday, too.

3. There is a bookstore over there. There is a restaurant, too.

4. I bought a dictionary. I bought a magazine, too.

9. I took pictures at school yesterday. I took pictures at home, too.

5. I drink tea. I drink coffee, too.

6. Mary will go to Korea (~Ii:oo). She will go to China (4' 00), too.

1)'1 .... .; < t;.1)d::.: <

7. Michiko ate hamburgers on Friday. She ate hamburgers on Saturday, too.

8. Sue bought souvenirs at a temple. She bought souvenirs at a department store, too.

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CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

l. Mary studied Japanese for two hours yesterday.

(3) (2) (1)

;J. 7 I) - ~ /; ij

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m 00 W

2. Takeshi waited for Mary for one hour in front of the department store.

(3) (2) (1)

t: tt L ~ ,{; Ij =t=v=v=v=t=v=t="=" 0

m 00 W

3. Sue listens to the tape at the Language Lab for about one hour every day.

(4) (3) (2) (l)

A. - ~ ,{; (j -----:-,------ ~_==~=== _

(1) (2) (3)

CD Fill in the particles that are missing. You may want to refer to the Vocabulary section (pp. 74-75), where the particle that goes with each of the new verbs is shown in parentheses.

2. ;J. 7 I) - ~ '{;/j*:t~O);h4"-e~~ $. 0 .i L t::.o

~ J: i t -c I") L -\" L Iv t

3. fl. Ij"~ 1tt-;;!i "C" 0 / \' - r ~ ,{; 1,* i?.i L t: 0

~?t..:L 2 '? ~ "{ Iv 1

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® Mary is talking with her homestay father. Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions in English. (!!ill Disk2-24

1. What did the host father do today?

2. What did the host mother do?

3. What are Mary and the host father going to do tomorrow?

® Mary is showing a picture that she took at a party. Identify the following people. (!!ill Disk2-25

1. ( ) Ken
a
2. ( ) Rika
3. ( ) Mike b
4. ( ) Takeshi
5. ( ) Mother c
6. ( ) Father d

© Listen to the dialogue in the classroom and answer the following questions. (!!ill Disk2-26 Word you may not know: 7J.:;7:t J-;- (karaoke)

1. What is the date today?

2. What day is today?

3. Who did these things? Mark 0 for the things they did.

a. studied b. danced c. went to d. wrote e. went to f. did
Tokyo a letter karaoke shopping
Sue
Mary
Robert 4. Robert will be in trouble. Why?

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( ~5~' II Adjectives (Present Tense)

CD For each of the adjectives below, write the meaning and determine whether it is an l, \- or a tcJ:-adjective. (You may want to refer to the Vocabulary section [pp. 98-99].) Then, turn it into the negative, paying attention to the difference between the two types of adjectives.

meaning adjective type negative
Ex. I" \ of h{ L I" \ "("T busy 8/ ~ I" \ of h{ L < JiJ ~ l -It A."
1. ~ G I" \ "("T I" \ / ~
2. JiJ t: G L I" \ "("T I" \ / ~
3. ~:: L I" \ --eT I" \ / ~
4. L f' h' "(" T I" \ / ~
5. /'\ /'-tJ- 1.>. "("T I" \ / ~
6. --:J l G ~ I" \ "("T 1,,\ / ~
7. ::::. ;b I" \ "("T \,\ / ~ CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. This watch is expensive.

2. This coffee is not delicious.

3. Professor Yamashita is energetic.

4. Books are not cheap.

5. I will not be free tomorrow.

G I ~ ~~i5' )ljE~ ~5~*

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~ Fill in the conjugation table below. l, \-adjectives

1. large 2. expensive
dictionary form
present affirmative
present negative
past affirmative
past negative 3. frightening 4. interesting
dictionary form
present affirmative
present negative
past affirmative
past negative 5. old 6. good
dictionary form
present affirmative
present negative
past affirmative
past negative '757.. _

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~ Fill in the conjugation table below. tel: -adjectives

l. quiet 2. beautiful
dictionary form
present affirmative
present negative
past affirmative
past negative 3. healthy 4. fond
dictionary form
present affirmative
present negative
past affirmative
past negative 5. disgusted 6. lively
dictionary form
present affirmative
present negative
past affirmative
past negative ':7'57- _

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1. 7til! L± U' 1 ~C" L t= 1;' 0

-li" IvLI"))1

~5~~ Adjectives (Past Tense)

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CD Answer the questions.

3. ~!?) -) t;;J:~I;'-:) t: "C"i" 1;'0

t,-:o

4. il!*t;;J:~ L 1;'-:) t= ~("i"1;'0

LI'JJ1.1--? t:.())

5. ~!?) -) !?)B)t =" t;;J: Iv t;;J: h \ \ L 1;' -t> t= -("i"1;'0

Illv

CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. I was busy yesterday.

2. The homework was difficult.

3. My room was not clean.

4. The weather was good.

5. The trip was not fun.

6. The tickets were not expensive.

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CD Look at the pictures and answer the questions.

Ex.

1.

2.

small

quiet

old

1. t" Iv 7J: §j!¥~. "(" T h' 0

L: "C Iv L .... .,

2. t"1v ~1Br"("Th'o

J'to

3. t"lv7J:A- "("Th'o

{fc

4. t"1v ~ ~ "("Th'o

l';t.

CD Translate the following sentences.

1. I met a kind person.

2. I bought an inexpensive ticket.

3. I read an interesting book last week.

3.

scary

4.

beautiful

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~ Write down the sentences telling if you like / dislike the things below. Use ~r-rr(tJ:) for "like" and -rrGl- \(fJ:) for "don't like." Use 7;:.- for emphasis.

.. 1o:L\

Example: homework ~ ~L ";l:ffi~h":k:!J.t ~ --C"T 0

ht.:L Lrp( t~\ , t::.'\ \ -,

2. this town

3. Mondays

4. ocean

5. cats

6. cold mornings

7. fish

8. frightening movies

9. (your own sentences)

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CD You and your friend will spend one day together. Complete the underlined parts with ~H.I ~ -3.

1J:.. t:_' 1; : co' .; t: n· ~ ;;t T h' 0

L t ~ \

::fL : L

"t,l ---------------------------

1J:..t:::1; : ~\~\"eT;fJ.o i- .; "e1PJ~ L;;t Th'o

L t lJ:t:

_2. 0 i-hh'0,

3.

1J:.. t:_' 1; : 1PJs'f t: % ~ \ ;;t T h' 0

Lt 6:IvL Ji>

::fL : 4.

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CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

l. Let's take pictures here.

2. Let's watch this movie tonight.

3. Let's wait in the coffee shop.

4. This kanji is difficult. Let's ask our teacher.

5. Let's do the homework together.

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( ~5~~I:lrm<~~ (Listening Comprehension)

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® Listen to the dialogue between a real estate agent and his customer and choose

the appropriate answers. 61 Disk3-11 Word you may not know: :: h' I~"? (one month)

1. The house is [ new / old l.

4. The rooms are [ big / not big ].

2. The house is [ clean / not clean l.

5. There are [ many / not many] rooms.

3. The house is [ quiet / not quiet].

6. The rent is [ 90,400 / 94,000 ] yen a month.

® Listen to the TV game show "Who's My Date?" Three men want to invite Ms.

Suzuki on a date. 61 Disk3-12

Word you may not know: j:; is/) "C' e::: -) .: :;." I, \ j: To (Congratulations.)

1. Fill in the blanks in English.

Favorite type

What he does on holidays

a. i5m

.t L t:

b. }l1D

lJ'h(,s

2. Who did Ms. Suzuki choose?

© Listen to the interview with Mary and Takeshi and fill in the c'hart with the following letters: a = likes, b = doesn't like very much, c = hates. 61 Disk3-13

1. Rock 2. Jazz 3. Classical 4. Suspense 5. Horror
mUSIC movies movies
Mary --
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~ Review Grammar 1 (pp. 118-119) and conjugate the verbs below into their respective te-forms. The numbers indicate the lesson in which the verbs first appeared.

Ru-verbs

U-verbs ending with "9

13. Ii ~ T (3) ~

2. t::.""" ~ (3) ~

U-verbs ending with ::>

3. b ~ (3)

U-verbs ending with "5

U-verbs ending with ~

14. j -» (4)

4. 7). ~ (3)

U-verbs ending with it

5. "\ ~ (4) ~

15. (}) L' (3) ~

16. J: L' (3)

7. ;b -) (4) ~

17. 7J' ~ ~ (3) ~

8. 7J' ~ (4)

18. ;b ~ (4) ~

U-verbs ending with <

19. c:: ~ (4)

9. ~ < (3)

10. 7J' < (4)

21. (}) ~ (5)

22. ~ ~ (5)

U-verbs ending with < (irregular)

11. "\ < (3)

Irregular Verbs

23. < ~ (3) ~

U-verbs ending with ('

24. T; (3)

81 ~ ~~~. )l:5!~ ( ~6~~ fj -- L < t.:"t: L'

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CD Write what each person says using -L" < t:~l, '-

1.

2.

3.

take a picture

teach this kanji

carry this bag

4.

6.

5.

listen to this tape

sit down

bring a book

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

CD Write three request sentences using -L" < t.:~l, \. Indicate in parentheses who you are going to ask to do those things.

1. (

2. (

)

3. (

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~ Review the Vocabulary section (pp. 116-117) and the Grammar (pp. 118-119) and fill in the following table.

Ru-verbs

long form (~.i -t) te-form meaning
1. ib tt i5
2. h L;t i5
3. h 0 i5
4. 1;' 0 i5
5. L c\6 i5
6. "J tt i5
7. -C"'zb~h'tt'5
8. bTh i5 U-verbs

long form (~.i -t) te-form meaning
9. t: t:f::. ~ T -)
10. "J 1;' -)
11. -r. "J t: -) 112. "'C (.

long form (~j: T) te-form meaning
13. 1;' ~ T
14. ttT 16. t -»

15. t: -»

117. LI.;>

lIS. ;I; f J:

119. -I"'"tU

20. Tb ~

Irregular Verbs

long form (~j: T) te-form meaning
22. '"":);fL --C < ~
23. t -:J --C < ~ ?5A~ _

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CD Look at the signs and make sentences using -"Llctl. H:t*ttlv.

1.

4.

2.

3.

No Smoking

Do Not Enter

No Photographs

No Food

1.

2.

3.

4.

CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. May I go out tonight?

2. May I turn off the TV?

3. You must not watch this movie alone. You are 16 years old!

4. You must not forget the homework.

5. I am allowed to work part-time (lit., "do" a part-time job) in Japan.

@ Describe two things that you are allowed to do/prohibited from doing at the place you now live.

1.

2.

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CD The pictures below describe what Takeshi did yesterday. Make sentences using te-forms.

2.

1.

3.

4.

1.

2.

3.

4.

CD Translate the following sentences.

1. I will go to the library and return the book tomorrow.

2. Mary and Takeshi met and talked for about an hour.

3. My friend went to China and did not return.

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CD Translate the following sentences, using -tJ'b.

1. I am not free today. (It's) because I have a test tomorrow.

2. The test was not difficult. (That was) because I had studied a lot.

3. Let's go out tonight. (It's) because tomorrow is a holiday.

4. I helped my mother. (It's) because she was busy.

5. I will not drink coffee. (It's) because I drank coffee in the morning.

CD Complete the dialogue below.

A:_l. _

A :~2. ~'Go

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@ Listen to the dialogue at a youth hostel. Mark T if the following statements are true. Mark F if not true. 8D Disk3-23

1. ( ) The breakfast starts at 6:30.

2. ( ) Smoking is not permitted in the room.

3. ( ) You can take a shower in the morning.

4. ( ) There is no coin laundry here.

® Your roommate has gone away for a week. She has left a message on your answering machine. Listen to it and mark 0 for what you are asked to do. 8D Disk3-24 Word you may not know: n I, \:F -7 .; (refrigerator)

You are asked to:

1. (

2. (

3. (

) open the window ) water the plants

) drink leftover milk

4. (

5. (

6. (

) return a book to Mary

) borrow a camera from Robert ) do some shopping for a party

© Takeshi is trying to organize a picnic. Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions in English. 8D Disk3-25

1. When is NOT convenient for each of them? Why?

a. Inconvenient day b. Reasons
Michiko
Sue
Robert 2. When did they decide to go on the picnic?

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~ Decide whether they are U-, ru-, or irregular verbs and fill in the table below.

u/ru/ long form te-form
irregular
Ex. ;b.:5 u ;b0j:T ;b-:J-(
1. ;f:);>?'.:5
2. 1".:5
3. ItT
4. t:.--?
5. ;h ~ .:5
6. 7:J'i_ .:5
7. < .:5
8. T.:5
9. ;b f v)~
10. 7:J' It .:5
11. ~ .:5
12. 7:J'v)~.:5
13. -» t &» .:5
14. Ii <
15. -) t: -)
16. T~'
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. -, \ /
\ I !
~


1.
2.
3.
4.
5. ( m7~fj--L~\-@ (Actions in Progress)

CD Describe the following pictures, using ~<:L '*9.

CD Answer the following questions in Japanese.

1.~, 'iPJ~ L --C\,\~ Th'o

~ \,;t ~: r:

2. ~ ~ -) ~ !f-1t/'\.a~ .:», 'iPJ ~ L --C It \ ~ L t: 1.1' 0

.: .: Ii to t: (,: I:

o Translate the following sentences.

1. Mary is waiting for a bus at the bus stop.

2. At two o'clock yesterday, Takeshi was playing tennis with a friend.

3. I called home. My big sister was doing her homework.

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CD This is Michiko's family. Answer the following questions in Japanese.

Father 51 years old works for a bank lives in Nagano
Mother 47 years old works for a hospital lives in Nagano
Older sister 23 years old college student; married lives in Tokyo
Younger brother 16 years old student lives in Nagano 1. B X. :: h" U:1PJ ~ L '( I, \ j TIJ'o

z -') :d:

2. B~::h"lilPJ~ L,{I,\jTIJ'o

Irt) ~:~:.

3. B3trp::h"lifh66'{\\jTIJ'o

~'J.;it. -? z

4. B 3trp :: h" Ii *,6:h~ L '{ I, \ j T 1.1' 0

'0;< Ii -0:: '"

5. B 3trp :: h" Ii -&Jft: 1:i h" '{" I, \ j T 1.1' 0

t;:l;t Id:n' cry 1-

6. * :: h" U: (:" .; 1:1:L-\./ '{"\ \ j TIJ'o

};<C1<C -r

7. B X. :: h" Ii lPJ t& '("TIJ'o

z -) ~'/v:- \ \

CD Write about your family. Try to use expressions you have learned in this lesson.

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CD Translate the following sentences.

1. Yasuo wears glasses.

4. Michiko has short hair.

2. Noriko is wearing a new T-shirt today.

3. Noriko is skinny, but Yasuo is overweight.

5. Michiko is not tall.

6. Michiko is very bright.

CD You are an eyewitness testifying in court. Describe the person you saw at the scene of the crime.

1. Height:

2. Hair:

3. Glasses:

4. Eyes:

5. Clothes (above the waistline):

6. Clothes (below the waistline):

7. Shoes:

8. What he was doing at the time:

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CD Look at the following pictures and complete the sentences.

3.

inexpensive/ delicious quiet/boring

very small/cute

4.

5.

6.

clean/very large

old/interesting

long hair/large eyes

4. ;fl, O):g~ & t.i 0

ht,L "<t' -------------------------

5. .; 0) B~t.i---------------------o

6. d: oJ -= ~lvt.i o

CD Describe the following items, using two or more adjectives.

l. E3 7.f..t.i 0
I: Iliv
2. ;fl, t.i 0
ht,L
3. ;fl, 0) lBJ t.i 0
ht,L jto
4. ;fl, 0) s: t:: 't t.i 0
bt,L ~t ?5A _

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( ~7~'C'Verb stem + I: ~~</*_@/'m_@

l\ < iJ'~

CD Rewrite the sentences below, using the verb stem + (;:::~j< /*~/~~~ pattern.

L\ < IJ',,-

t: L.t h'/v

Iilv h'

(Ex')

*~

t::~ \ I)" (

8 *- ~T \1~1tm ii.t3.'~ ~ ~ ~

I: Illv Ll(Cl """ ~ ,Iv z t,

®.~t"

t: L J: I)'/v

2. ~U: 1J!,f --:J --C, BYt .: tj: ~ ~~"'" j To

\ Ii. Iri.. (j:'!v t::.

4. ;fL- tj: ~***~ t:11' --:J --C, ~~ ~:fl ~ j L t: 0

bt,L L",H-:>~11 ~" L<>LIv z

5. o/\'-~::~tj: 1 <;fL-~7/'~-~t:*--C, Tvt"~JtjTo

bt,L " h

CD Make your own sentences, using a place from the list below.

Example: *~ ~ *~t:ii.t3.'~t:%\,\t:11'~jTo

t:\\h~< t:\\I)~< t:t it) II

1.

3.

2.

4.

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~ Answer the questions in Japanese.

l. E *~~ C1) :7 7" A r: -k C1)).._ I; ,'1PJ ).._ I. \ j: 't 1;> 0

I·: Ilk .: t7!vt:.: Ut 1j_'lvt:/v

2. E *~~ C1):7 7" A r: 1Jj C1))"_I;"1PJ).._ I. \ j: +e-,

(: Il/v .: };l:::::" ttt:: iJ:/vl·:/v

3. JL~I;"I.\j: 'tl;'o 1PJ).._I.\j: +e-,

:'.tit.:~\ 1~:It-,t:/v

4. lv - L: ~ - r (roommate) 1;>'1. \ j: 't 1;' 0 1PJ).._ I. \ j: 't 1;' 0

Ij: Iv-~: Iv

5. Gbttt::C1):k~t:~_i_1;>'1PJ).._I.\j: -r e-,

t.:~ \I;{ < I){ ( --ttl' 1J: Iv!:..z.,

6. Gb tj: t: C1) run : /: I; ,'1PJ /; 1i.1v "(' I. \ j: 't I; > 0

;It, 1ft: Ij:/VI:/v-t

81~~~i5·)O!~ ( m7~ ':ilif] < ~ ~ (Listening Comprehension)

n tLfvu.p5

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® One student was assaulted by someone at the dorm. A police officer is asking Robert what he and the other students were doing at the time of the incident. Write down in English what each student was doing. @D Disk4-9

Word you may not know: liIJ'CT) (other)

1. Robert:

2. Sue:

3. Takeshi:

-----------------------------

4. Ken:

5. Michiko:

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6. Tom:

® Listen to a TV reporter at a celebrity's party. Choose appropriate descriptions for each celebrity. @D Disk4-10

a. wears jeans b. wears a hat

e. has long hair f. is cute

c. wears glasses g. is fat

d. has short hair h. is tall

1. Arnold Stallone ( ) ( )
2. Noguchi Hiroko ) ( )
3. Matsumoto Seiko ) ( )
4. Matsumoto Seiko's new boyfriend ( © Mary is interviewing people who are walking downtown on Sunday. What is each interviewee doing today? Choose the appropriate answers. @D Disk4-11

1. Tanaka: a. buying flowers

2. Sato: a. playing games

b. buying cards c. buying a CD

b. singing songs c. playing sports

3. Suzuki:

a. working at a department store

c. talking with his younger brother

b. seeing his younger sister

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~ Fill in the conjugation table below. Note that ru-verbs, u-verbs, and irregular verbs appear randomly on this sheet.

dictionary form short, negative long, affirmative te-form
Ex. eat t:."'" ~ t: "'" 1j: \ \ t:."'" j 1" t:."'" 1:
1. open
2. buy
3. sit down
4. come
5. die
6. turn off
7. study
8. write
9. there is
10. drink
11. understand
12. wait
13. play
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Example: (Do you) study today? - Q: ~ 8 ,~~~ -t ~? A -) -) lv, L 7J: It \0

3.t1 "-"'::1'V~.ti

1. (Do you) often ride a bus?

A

2. (Do you) speak Japanese every day?

- Q:

A

3. (Do you) have homework today? - Q:

A

4. (Will you) go out this weekend?

- Q:

A

5. Are you free tomorrow?

- Q:

A

6. Are you Japanese?

- Q:

A

7. Is it hot?

- Q:

A

CD Answer the following questions in informal speech.

1. ~ 8 tJ:'fPJs1i 8 ?

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2. ~" Iv 7J: 1t~~&; h" ~ G It \ ?

r: t (7)

3. ~~<?)~*-, 'fPJ ~ -t ~ ?

':/vLrJ>1 LVVJ.1.-? 1j:~:

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CD Translate the following sentences. In sentences 5-8, "I don't think ... " should be translated as -fcl:L 'c:~L '*9.

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1. I think food is expensive in Japan.

2. I think Professor Yamashita is handsome.

3. I think this woman is Mary's Japanese teacher.

7. I don't think Chieko likes Mayumi.

4. I think Professor Yamashita reads many books.

5. I don't think this town is interesting. (lit., I think this town is not interesting')

6. I don't think Saeko drinks sake.

8. I don't think Noriko will come to school today.

In'\ Answer the following questions, using -c:~L '*9.

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4. ji) Ij: Tz. CI) E *t€;CI)9t.i. L:l:, ~lJ!CI)lJ!*, 1PJ'S: L j: 1'1,)'0

(: Ilk :: .. : -t1:/v{[\\ ':/vLv)l1 Lf1J1i-? (.:/:

2. *lJ!t.1'lt L ~\"C"1'1J'o

G \, 'LvP1 \ 'i,;'"

3. ;h Ij: t: CI) E *t€;CI)9t.i. tj:, Jf4JJ,1,)>'...t4-"C"1'1J'0

t: !l/v .: -tflv-ttl,\ ~).l:1 ') LJ:i f

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,\

1. ~ E, ~ L I, \"('Th'o

£''10'0 t:<TJ

2. 'C."1v I~Of4l][h>'~t ~ "('Th'o

I) 11 I) -j

7. ~G:k~ L '{ I, \.i +e-,

It"? "::'/v

9. il~L;tUj: t:: I, \ '( I, \1PJ ~ L .i T 1.1' 0

L ~»1.1 -o t.J: ~:

10. (your own question)

Get the signature of the person you interviewed:

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Example: Please don't wait for me. (Because) I will be late. ~ 1''' ~ q:f t: 7J: \, \ "l" < t: ~ \, \0 ill < 7J: ~ j: 'th' Go

-bH j Ii i

1. Please don't forget your umbrella. (Because) It will rain this afternoon.

2. Please don't open the window. (Because) I am cold.

3. Please don't turn off the TV. (Because) I'm watching the news (::=':2 - A).

4. Please don't read that letter. (Because) It is my letter.

CD Write the dictionary form of each of the verbs used in the following sentences.

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( ~8~' " Verb 0)t.J\~T~C'9

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CD Write what you are good at/what you are not good at/what you like to do/what you don't like to do, using the verbs in the box.

singing cooking

speaking Japanese listening to a tape doing laundry

driving a car taking pictures

taking a bath playing sports

cleaning washing a car

1. ;rl- Lt r f ~e To

ht:L ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~- <; t:

5. ;rl- Lt ji) i 0 ~f ~ C -? ji) 0 i -tt h,o

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CD Translate the following sentences.

1. Erika is very good at making friends.

2. Kiyoshi loves reading books.

3. Makoto hates cleaning the room.

4. Y oshie is not good at driving a car.

5. Yuki doesn't like doing laundry very much.

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CD Look at the picture at a party and complete the following conversations.

1. Q : tl;h h"~Jt &j ~ ~ft Iv "C" I, \ j: + h' °

L k.i~/v .J.:

A

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2. Q

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A

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4. Q

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A : jRiJ 83 ~ Iv h{*- --:J "C I, \ j: 't °

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CD Translate the following sentences. (Note especially that 1:M1J\ and i~=5 are normally not accompanied by particles.)

1. Q : Did you eat anything this morning?

A : No, I did not eat anything this morning.

2. Q : What will you do over the weekend?

A : I won't do anything.

3. Y oshio said something, but I did not understand.

4. Would you like to drink anything?

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® Listen to the CD and choose the picture that describes the situation in which you are likely to hear each of the sentences. 61 Disk4-23

1. (

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3. (

4. (

6. (

7. (

) 5. (

® Robert and Ken are talking. Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions. 61 Disk4-24

1. When are they going to play basketball?

2. Is Takeshi coming to play? Why? Why not?

3. Is Tom coming also? Why? Why not?

© Mary is reporting her interview with Professor Honma to the class. Circle every item that is true according to Mary's interview. 61 Disk4-25

[a. pretty

1. Prof. Honma likes a woman who is:

c. short

b. tall

d. gentle

f. slim].

e. smart

2. He spends his weekends:

[a. playing baseball b. playing tennis c. watching sports games d. dating].

[a. lively

3. His students in a Japanese class are:

c. diligent

b. quiet

d. kind].

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Verb

dictionary form past, affirmative past, negative long, present
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1. J:~'
2. ;}) -t- v~;
3. ;j:? li';t ;
4. \, \ <
5. t~oJ
6. ;j:? t" ~
7. ;j:? J: <"
8. V' <
9. ~Tt;
10. T~
11. < ~ Adjective/Noun

dictionary form past, affirmative past, negative
Ex. ;j:? t L; \, \ ;j:? t L; 1;' -? t: ;j:? t L; < 1j 1;' -? t:.
12 . .b 1;' \, \
13. 1;' -? = \, \ \, \
Ex. \, \ t: .b ~ (1j) \,\t.b~t:.'-?t:. \, \ t .b ~ t "(> ~ 1;' -? t:
14. ~h\,\(1j)
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A

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A

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A

6. Tl~ ~a~, ~h"-R I" \

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A

7. Tl~~a~, ~1§l.h{~ G 1,,\

.: c' 'f; L ~ -'"""/v2.ti

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CD Make your own questions you want to ask your friend about his/her childhood in informal speech.

Example: Tl~ ~ a~, d: < A If, - ''/ ~ L t:: ?

:c z: b t ~

1.

2.

3.

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tences 6-10, "I don't think ... " should be translated as -td:tJ\::>t.:C:~L'*9.

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1. I think Y oshiko was good at skiing when she was a child.

2. I think Tadashi's younger brother was good-looking when he was young.

3. I think the concert began at 9 0' clock.

4. I think this song was popular when I was a child.

5. I think Saeko did physical exercises last weekend.

6. I don't think the last week's exam was difficult. (lit., I think the last week's exam was not difficult.)

7. I don't think Professor Yamashita was sick yesterday.

8. I don't think Mie was mean when she was a child.

9. I don't think Masako received a letter from Mari.

Quotations

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~ Ask someone (preferably Japanese) the following questions. Report the answers using -C:~?LL\aH./t.:.

L\

Example: f±* tiM--C"Th'o ~ m 1f' :: Iv ti~:f±~ t~' c g --? --C I, \ ~ L t.;

L :_:c: 1J:lv t: lJ:h' h'l,\Lf'I,\/v

1. r; ~i'-~ ~ J: < M ~ ~ Th'o

h/v~'( ~

2. 1PJ ~ T.'6 (1)1.1" ~ G I, \ --C"Th'o

I';..'!':

3. 7t~(1)~*, M ~ L ~ L t: 1.1'0

-It/vL~pi L.-pi!.""? ~'I:

4. -r-1¥:: (1) 8'f, I, \ I, \ -r- --C" L t: 1.1' 0

:: ~·t ~ ~

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6. -r-i¥:: (1) *, ¥ tth"~f ~ --C" L t: 1.1' 0

:: ~·t ~~ "'",::0 l'

7. -r-i¥::(1)8~, c"_:: t:tEIv,,('I,\~ Lt~h'o

::~·t C:~ l'

Get the signature of the person you interviewed:

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9. (your own question)

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01:

1. h t" 0 :: t\._, Ij: t" 0) A._ "("T 1;' 0

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2. (t t\._,\,\1?:: t\._,Ij: t"O)A._ ,,("T1;'o

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3. t t .; :: t\._,Ij: t"O)A._ ,,("T1;'o

U't

4. L t\._, t:: t\._,Ij: t"O)A._ "('T1;'o

U't

5. ;z 0 1;' :: t\._, Ij: t" 0) A._ "(" T 1;' 0

U't

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~ Translate the following sentences. Note that answers to =55 questions require different verb forms in the affirmative and in the negative. If you are unclear, review Grammar 3 (pp. 176-177).

1. Q : Have you eaten lunch yet?

A : No, I haven't eaten yet.

2. Q : Have you been to Tokyo yet? (Use iT < .)

"

A : Yes, I have (been there) already.

3. Q : Have you bought a kanji dictionary yet?

A : No I haven't bought (one) yet.

4. Q : Have you talked with the new teacher yet?

A : No, I haven't talked (with her) yet.

5. Q : Have you done the homework yet?

A : Yes, I have (done it) already.

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CD Translate the following sentences.

1. I won't do physical exercises because I am sick today.

2. Today's exam was easy because I memorized all the vocabulary.

3. Masako is very popular because she is good at dancing.

4. I was very lonely because I did not have any friends.

5. I went to see Kabuki with a friend because I received two tickets.

CD Answer the questions, using the short form + fj\b.

Example: Q ~ r7) -) ~,! L ~ L t::'1;'o

.-_,:,z,,~.J:i

A \'\\'\.z, m~1;>'7j:1;'-:::> t::'1;' 0, ~,! L ~ -1.th,-"(' L t::.o

Lv).l<t.:'" ~/v3.ti

1. Q : 7b~ij:'lt L1;'-:::> t::.~"T1;'o

-li"lvLv.j)"J \, 'iI;'

A

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2. Q

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A

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3. Q : ~i!! r7) i!!*-, ttl 1;' (t ~ T 1;' °

:'/vLf1Ji Llp1 J: --:J 1:'

A

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4. Q : *if- t E *g~ ~ ~,! L ~ T1;'o

t; \, \~:t/v ~: {l/v::_' ---':':/v2.J:1

A:

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BI~~~i5·3t$~ ( ~9~ ':'Iii] < *' ~ (Listening Comprehension)

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l. Who waited for whom?

2. How long did he/she wait?

3. What are they going to do?

4. Where is the restaurant located?

® Jun is showing the picture taken at his birthday party. Where are the following people in the picture? t!!D Disk5-10

a b c d
l. ( ) Jun

2. ( ) Jun's girlfriend
3. ( ) Jun's younger sister
4. ( ) Jun's older sister

5. ( ) Jun's younger brother
h
6. ( ) Jun's father e

7. ( ) Pochi
f g © Listen to the dialogue at a shop. How many of each item did the shopkeeper sell?

t!!D Disk5-11

How many? Total amount

l. coffee ¥
2. orange ¥
3. rice ball (jS t: :/ ry ) ¥
4. tea ¥
5. boxed lunch ¥ :;57-- _

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CD Translate the following sentences.

1. Tokyo is larger than Osaka.

2. Sundays are more fun than Mondays.

3. Spock (7..;f- 'J :7) is smarter than Kirk (tJ -:7).

4. Q : Soccer and baseball, which do you like better?

A : I like baseball better.

CD Make comparative sentences (both questions and answers).

Example: Q a *~~ Ci) 7 '7 A t 1::':; i, A Ci) 7 '7 A t t" -:J t? Ci) t1 i I;{:k ~ "(+ -t 1;' 0

~: !llv .: t.:l'''-i""

A l3 *~~Ci) 7'7 A Ci) t1 i I;q::':;;:[- A Ci) 7'7 A J: ~ :k~ "{0-t 0

i: Illv :: t: p",-.{_,

1. Q :

A:

2. Q

A:

3. Q :

A:

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CD Using the following categories, make "what/where/who is the most . . " questions and answer them.

(Ex.)

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7'~OO~

I.r~l \.:: < t:

Example:

Q : E*#J.!O)o/''(\ Mh{I,\"ttJA_,j:; I, \ LI,\--('Th'o

t: Ilkf).t1 t) Ij:/r t,n:

A : TLh{I,\"ttJA_,j:;I,\ LI,\--('To/TLh-fI,\"ttJA_,j:;I,\ LI,\C:,~I,\.i To

lOt

1. Q :

A:

2. Q :

A:

3. Q :

A:

CD Translate the following sentences.

1. Q : Between Chinese, Korean, and Japanese, which is the most difficult?

A : The Korean language is the most difficult.

2. Q : Between meat, fish, and vegetables, which do you like best?

A : (your own answer)

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Adjective/noun + (J)

CD Look at the pictures and complete the dialogue, using (J).

Mary's

Takeshi's

Mary's

Takeshi's

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1.0

A

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2. 0 : :,?),~" \ ~ -'\' ''/ (.± °

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( ;z,

A

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4.0

.; ?)fz" v ) '\' /' ''/ (.± A - ~ Iv?) "('1'/)'0

~:IJ{

A

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CD Translate the following sentences.

1. This clock is expensive. Give me a cheap one.

2. My computer is slower than yours.

3. What kind of movies do you like? - I like scary ones.

4. This dictionary is old. I will buy a new one.

5. This red sweater is more expensive than that white one.

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CD Translate the following sentences, using -":)=5 ~ <::"'"9.

1. I am planning on going to see a movie this afternoon.

2. I intend to not go out this evening.

3. I intend to work for a Japanese company.

4. I intend to not get married.

5. Because we have an exam next week, I am planning on studying this week.

CD Answer the following questions using, -":)=5 ~ z:'"9.

1. ~BJt'fiif ~ L ~ +e-,

z: It.lflt.trl:

2 . .: (J)il!*-'fiif ~ L ~ +e-,

ll~1j ""J~'~:

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( ~ I 0 ~ Ij Adjective + fcJ:.Q

CD Describe the following changes, using -td:~*lA::.

1.

2.

3.

tall

1.

2.

3.

o Translate the following sentences, using the verb 1J:~*9. Pay attention to the order of elements in the sentences: "(reason clause) iJ'b, (main clause)."

1. My room became clean, because I cleaned it this morning.

2. I have become sleepy, because I did not sleep much last night.

3. I have become very good at speaking Japanese, because I practiced a lot.

4. I will be (become) a teacher, because I like children.

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CD Describe how Mary and her host father commute to school, and how long it takes or how much it costs.

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(1)

(2)

(3)

Ex.

on foot (10 minutes)

by train (20 minutes)

by bus (15 minutes)

by taxi (¥2,000)

Example: ~ 7 I) - ~ Iv Li ~1.i' ~ jt.~JZ.i ,("~" \ -c ft ~ .i To -t~1.i'1.i' ~ .i To

\\i_ ':"t:.i.. ~ .1-) ~ \\ l:1'Jl-:J~i:/v

1.

2.

3.

CD Answer the following questions.

&b ~ t;: LU::" i ~"'? -c~:f:st t::fT ~ .i T1.i'o '(." ~ \" ~ "\ 1.i' 1.i' ~ .i T 1.i' 0

IJ{"? ..:. oj \ \

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@ Mary and her friends are talking about the upcoming winter vacation. Listen to the dialogue and fill in the chart in English. Eill Disk5-21

1. Where 2. What to do 3. How long
Mary
Robert
Takeshi
Sue ® Naomi, who is a student at a Japanese language school, wants to go to college in Japan. She is interested in three schools (Hanaoka, Tozai, and Tsushima). Listen to the conversation between Naomi and her Japanese teacher and answer the following questions in English. Eill Disk522

Word you may not know: ~~ (tuition)

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1. Which university is the biggest?

2. How much is the tuition at Tsushima University per year?

3. How far is Tozai University from here? How can you get there?

4. Which university has the best Japanese class? Why?

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© Read Michiko's diary. Listen to the questions on the CD and write your answers in Japanese. (2ill Disk5-23

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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CD Choose from the list below two things you want to do and two things you don't want to do and make sentences.

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"'~ r7)1l: h'-:>::''J t,:~ "I;it:~

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z t h'\,::_ (T 'J,z,C:''J

1. What you want to do:

2. What you don't want to do:

a.

a.

b.

b.

CD Translate the following sentences into Japanese.

1. I want to drive a car.

2. I don't want to ride a train.

3. I wanted to own a dog when I was a child.

4. I didn't want to go to school when I was a child.

® Answer the questions.

1. T1~ 0) a~, ¥H: lj: ~ t: 7;' ~ t~ '("T 7;' 0

,: t:·t L ~ lj.:t:

2. T1~ 0) a~, 1iiJ 7;" L T: < J;) ~ .i ~ Iv '(" L t: 7;' 0

::. c:'t z ~ "'I:

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CD Translate the following sentences, using =t: '0 =t: '0.

1. I watched a movie, shopped, etc., on the weekend.

2. I'll do laundry, study, etc., tomorrow.

3. I met a friend, read a book, etc., yesterday.

4. I practice Japanese, listen to Japanese tapes, etc., in the language lab.

5. I want to climb a mountain, go to a hot spring, etc., this weekend.

6. You must not smoke, drink beer, etc., in class.

CD Answer the questions, using +t: '0 +t: '0.

1. f'- r O)B~, 1PJ ~ L .i +e-.

t: ~ ~t:

2. l*h t:1PJ ~ L.i L t: 1.1'0

'<'T 0:1:

4.4'-ltO)il!*, 1PJlJ{Lt,:\'\-{"TlJ'0

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CD Choose from the list below two things you have done and two things you have never done and make sentences.

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7'7 A "("lj!; iJh < ?>H~ 1:1i. t; y"-1 .r, 'J l- ~ T ;

p lit,,, >I"'::_ ( 1-

7t: _i_ I: 4'- #.~ ~ ~ < jj:__ t: 1; ~ 1 t A." 1.1 'T ;

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to Ir '(~ C')

1. What you have done:

a.

b.

a.

2. What you have never done:

b.

CD Translate the following sentences.

1. I have been late for class.

3. I have never cut the class.

2. I have never told a lie.

4. Have you ever climbed Mt. Fuji? - No, I haven't.

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~ Answer the questions with -f.>-.

1. *¥0fLn:1PJ1;t~ ~ j: T1;'o

t::~'h~< ~:t:

2.~, +7,ip:] <b ~ j: To 1PJ1;tjt\ \t:: \ \ "("T1;'o

\ '.J: t;rpi.it ,z.. i.1v 1;(~: I)'

3. ~$. E t:1PJ ~ t G \ \ j: L t: 1;'0

t,,(,,l:,1 if (;:[:

4. 1*h 0 E t:, J: < ~" .; t:1t ~ j: T1;'o

'<'1' V' "

5. :1f ~ A. 0 t:P "C", t~n t:~ \ \ t: \ \ ,,("T1;'o

VPiN)~\t;1v I'j:n' h

6. ~" Iv 1j E *~4f.f ~ 1z'" t:: -= ~ 1;t <b ~ j: T 1;' 0

[: I'!'("~," I) t:

a. skiing b. camping c. driving d. watching TV

e. shopping f. meeting friends g. taking a walk on a beach

h. working part-time i. climbing mountains i. taking a spa bath

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® Akira, Yoshiko, and Ken are talking about their vacation. What did they do?

What are they planning to do for the next vacation? Choose the answers from the list. 61 Disk6-7

1. last vacation

2. next vacation

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® Listen to the three short dialogues and answer the questions in English. 61 Disk6-8

1. (After school)

They are going to have: [ a. pizza b. sushi c. spaghetti ].

2. (On a date)

They are going to watch:

[ a. Godzilla b. Superman c. My Fair Lady d. undecided].

Today:

[ a. shopping b. museum c. movie d. musical]

3. (In New York)

What are their plans for today and tomorrow?

Tomorrow: [ a. shopping b. museum c. movie d. musical]

© Listen to the dialogue and answer in English what each person wanted/wants to be. 6l Disk6-9

1. When he/she was a child 2. Now
Mary
Tom
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CD Answer the question using -Iv C9 according to the given cues.

1. A : 0

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(have a stomachache)

2. A

_____ ~---------~------o

(broke up with a girlfriend)

3. A

________ ~----~--------o

(caught a cold)

4. A

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(hangover)

5. A

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(lost my wallet)

6. A

_______ ~-----~--------o

(the grade was bad)

CD Make up the reasons and answer the questions with -lvc9.

3. Q : t" -} L -{ ~n -{ I. \ 61v "('1'IJ'o

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A:

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4. Q: t"-} L-{']t5RL-{I.\61v"('1'1J'0

2 Iv"t?.l:-J

A:

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CD Complete the sentences according to the given cues.

1. ~ 0) i?!t 1.1 0

(too sweet)

2. ib 0) '7 "7 A 1.1 0

(too difficult)

3. ~ E 1.1 1;' b, ¥:tt t:1T :. T: < ib ry :i -It t\;o

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(too cold)

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(I worked too much)

5. :. 0) -) ,

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(I watched TV too much)

7. 1;' b, 0) t"1;{~ < iJ: ry :i L t::.o

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(sang songs too much)

8. iI!l71Z 1;' b, ~ E 1.1ffa5~ L :i 't °

LI1J-j.;t-?-------------------- 3J:1 -'"""lv3.l:1

(played around too much)

CD Complain about something or somebody, using -"9n:Q.

Sample topics: life/ Japanese class/food in the cafeteria/your room/friend/father! mother /teacher

1.

2.

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CD Translate the following sentences. 1. You had better go to a hospital.

2. You had better memorize kanji.

5. You had better not smoke.

3. You had better write a letter to your mother.

4. You had better not worry.

You:

2. Your friend: B t:IJ'IJ{T\,\t~Iv'"{"To You:

3. Your friend: IJ'''l:f~ V\,\t~Iv'"{"To You:

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6. You had better not tell a lie.

CD Give advice, using ~1a:5t.N .. \I.'\"<:'9~.

1. Your friend: ch L t~ T A " IJ{ ch ; Iv '"{"T 0

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CD Translate the following sentences, using -oxt:

1. I will not go to a party, because I am busy.

2. I came to Japan, because I wanted to study Japanese.

3. I like her, because she is kind.

4. I often go to see movies, because I am interested in foreign countries.

5. My grade was bad, because I didn't study.

6. I will not go to the party tomorrow, because I have a scheduling conflict.

CD Answer the questions, using -(J)c.

Example: Q ~ t7) '7 )fa1§i L j: L t: 'h'o

~/v2J:1

A \ \ \ \ .z, m ~ 'h,;' ~ 'h' --? t: t7) ,,(", )fa 1§i L j: -1:t ~ "C" L t::. 0

L fP(t_:, \ .-...::..z,_:. J:1

1. Q : *:t t7) 9=' "(" t::';ft 'h ,;'~t ~ "(" 1" 'h' 0

I)' L I'J) (J: 1J' 1-

A

2, Q : ~ \ \ t? i;;f ~ t" -= ~: 11" ~ t: \ \ "(" 1" 'h' 0

\\j \\

A

3. Q: ~~*t"~~l±~'h,;'Lt::.I,\'('1"'h'o

LJ:l G \ \ L ::_'C::

A:

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CD Read the first half of the sentences. Then, choose what you have to do from the list and complete the sentences using -1J:< b~t,Ht*ttlv. You may use the same words only once.

quit the part-time job buy the textbook do laundry practice get up early

1. (Ii) L t: L;l: ;lLa~ 1.1' G -'7 7 A 1J{ (Ii) .:5 (J) -r',

( l:

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3. AU)! T =- A (J) ~~~1J" (Ii) .:5 (J) _(",

~~\LHd L .f:,\.\

___________________ 0

4. B~~lvl.I{~~1j(J)_(",

1)'1) if:d =-

_____________________ 0

5. ~1ii,1J{'lt L < 1j --:J t: (J)_(",

""iv2J: 1 \. '4:IJ{

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CD Write two things you have to do this week and two things you had to do yesterday.

1. This week:

a.

b.

2. Yesterday:

a.

b.

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