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Lesson Code: 277_B135_101206 October 12th 2006 / 2006ᐕ10᦬12ᣣ
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Peeping Tom
Beginner Lesson
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ṽሼ 
࠼ࠕࡌ࡞߇㡆ࠆ
ࠃߒ ߪ޿ޔߜࠂߞߣᓙߞߡߊߛߐ޿ޕ⺕߆
ߥ㧫
ߚߌ ࠮࡯࡞ࠬߩੱߛࠈ߁ޕ
ࠃߒ ࠮࡯࡞ࠬߩੱ㧫ߜࠂߞߣ⷟߈⓹߆ࠄ⷗
߃ࠆ߆ߥޕ
㧔⷟ߊ㧕߃߃ޔ㆑߁ࠃޕ㓞ߩੱߛޕ
ߚߌ 㓞ߩੱ㧫㧚㧚㧚಴ߥߊߡ޿޿ࠃޕ߈ߞ
ߣᢥฏࠍ⸒޿ߦ᧪ߚࠎߛޕ
ࠃߒ ߘ߁߆ߥ㧫૗߆ߊߟࠍᜬߞߡࠆࠃޕ޽
ࠇำߩߓ߾ߥ޿ߩ㧫
߆ߥ߫ࠎ
࠼ࠕࡌ࡞߇ߥࠆ
ࠃߒ ߪ޿ޔߜࠂߞߣ߹ߞߡߊߛߐ޿ޕߛࠇ
߆ߥ㧫
ߚߌ ࠮࡯࡞ࠬߩ߭ߣߛࠈ߁ޕ
ࠃߒ ࠮࡯࡞ࠬߩ߭ߣ㧫ߜࠂߞߣߩߙ߈߹ߤ
߆ࠄߺ߃ࠆ߆ߥޕ
㧔ߩߙߊ㧕߃߃ޔߜ߇߁ࠃޕߣߥࠅߩ
߭ߣߛޕ
ߚߌ ߣߥࠅߩ߭ߣ㧫㧚㧚㧚ߢߥߊߡ޿޿
ࠃޕ߈ߞߣ߽ࠎߊࠍ޿޿ߦ߈ߚࠎߛޕ
ࠃߒ ߘ߁߆ߥ㧫ߥࠎ߆ߊߟࠍ߽ߞߡࠆࠃޕ
޽ࠇ߈ߺߩߓ߾ߥ޿ߩ㧫
Translation
Door bell rings
Yoshi Yes, iust a moment. I wonder who it could
be.
Take It`s probably a sales person.
Yoshi A sales person? I wonder iI I could see who
it is through the peep hole?
(Peeping) Huh, it`s not! It`s the neighbor.
Yoshi The neighbor?... You don`t have to answer.
She must have come to complain.
Yoshi Do you think so? I see her holding shoes.
That`s odd... aren`t those your shoes?
Rǀmaii
Doa beru ga naru
Yoshi Hai, chotto matte kudasai. Dare kana?
Take SƝrusu no hito darǀ.
Yoshi SƝrusu no hito? Chotto nozokimado kara
mieru kana.
(Nozoku) Ee, chigau yo. Tonari no hito da.
Take Tonari no hito?...denakute ii yo. Kitto
monku o ii ni kita n da.
Yoshi Sǀ kana? Nanka kutsu o motteru yo. Are
kimi no ia nai no?
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Vocabulary - න⺆
Kanji Kana 5ǀPDML English
࠮࡯࡞ࠬ ࠮࡯࡞ࠬ sƝrusu sales
⷟߈ ߩߙ߈ nozoki peeping
ᢥฏ ߽ࠎߊ monku complaint
⷟߈⓹ ߩߙ߈߹ߤ nozokimado peephole
ࡆ࠺ࠝઃࠗࡦ࠲࡯ࡎࡦ ࡆ࠺ࠝߟ߈ࠗࡦ࠲࡯ࡎࡦ bideo tsuki intƗhon video interphone
ญ⺑ߊ ߊߤߊ kudoku to hit on
ญ⺑߈ᢥฏ ߊߤ߈߽ࠎߊ kudoku monku pickup lines
The phrase te mo ii has two maior usages - to give permission or express that something is alright, and to
ask Ior permission to do something. Today`s grammar point is the phrase nakute mo ii, which is the same
construction used with the negative Iorm oI a verb. ThereIore, this construction can be used to give permis-
sion or express that not doing something or not being in some state is alright, or to ask Ior permission to
not do something. See the table below Ior coniugation examples.
Verb adj-i adj-na Noun
㘩ߴߥߊߡ߽޿޿ ಄ߚߊߥߊߡ߽޿޿ 㕒߆ߓ߾ߥߊߡ߽޿޿ ቇ↢ߓ߾ߥߊߡ߽޿޿
tabenakute mo ii tsumetakunakute mo ii shizuka ja nakute mo ii gakusei ja nakute mo ii
it is okay to not eat it is okay iI s.t. is not cold it is okay iI s.t. is not quiet it is okay iI s.o. is not a student
Examples:
ᣣᧄ⺆߇ࠊ߆ࠆߩߢ⧷⺆ߢ⹤ߐߥߊߡ߽޿޿ߢߔࠃޕ
Nihongo ga wakaru node eigo o hanasanakute ii desu yo.
I understand Japanese, so it`s okay iI you don`t speak English.
޽ߥߚߪ߿ߖߡ޿ࠆ߆ࠄ࠳ࠗࠛ࠶࠻ࠍߒߥߊߡ߽޿޿ࠃޕ
Anata wa yasete iru kara daietto o shinakute mo ii yo.
Since you`re thin, it`s okay iI you don`t diet.
As in today`s dialogue, in spoken Japanese the mo is commonly ommitted, as in the Iollowing example.
ᧄ‛ߓ߾ߥߊߡ޿޿ࠃޕ
Honmono ja nakute ii yo.
It`s okay iI it`s not the real thing.
Grammar Points