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AN INTEGRATED COURSE IN 
ELEMENTARY JAPANESE 




SECOND EDITION 




WORKBOOK 



Eri Banno 
Yoko Ikeda 
Yutaka Ohno 
Chikako Shinagawa 
Kyoko Tokashiki 



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Copyright ©2011 by Eri Banno, Yoko Ikeda, Yutaka Ohno, Chikako Shinagawa, and Kyoko Tokashiki. 

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 
Second edition: March 2011 
7th printing: May 2012 



Illustrations: Noriko Udagawa 

English translations and copyreading: 4M Associates, Inc., and Umes Corp. 
Narrators: Miho Nagahori, Yumiko Muro, Tomoki Kusumi, Tsuyoshi Yokoyama, 
and Kit Pancoast Nagamura 
Recordings: TBS Service, Inc. 

Typesetting: guild 

Cover art and editorial design: Nakayama Design Office 

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About This Book 



This workbook is designed as a supplement for the textbook GENKI: An Integrated 
Course in Elementary Japanese. Revisions made in the second edition have required 
additions and other changes to the workbook to bring it into conformity with the 
new text. In addition to the grammar, listening and kanji drills that were a part of 
the old workbook, we’ve added a Questions section to each chapter, which allows 
students to create answers freely, using what they have learned in that chapter. Finally, 
the addition of MP3 format audio aids to the Listening Comprehension sections has 
made the workbook easier to use. 

The Conversation and Grammar section in this book contains a worksheet for each 
grammar point introduced in the textbook. In addition to providing practice on 
new material, the worksheets also help students to reinforce their understanding of 
grammatical topics and vocabulary encountered in earlier lessons. 

After studying each new grammatical idea, students are given the opportunity to 
review the material comprehensively through the Listening Comprehension and 
Questions sections. The Listening Comprehension section for each lesson features 
three or four tasks that involve listening to dialogues and other recorded material. 

The Reading and Writing section consists of kanji worksheets (Kanji Practice) and 
fill-in-the-blank questions about the kanji (Using Kanji). (Volume 1 also includes 
English-to-Japanese 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. Then practice by copying the kanji 
over and over again in the blank spaces to the right. For stroke order, please refer to 
the kanji chart in the textbook. 

For the fill-in-the-blank questions, students should read the entire sentence before 
filling in the blanks in order to learn kanji in context. When practicing the English- 
to-Japanese translations in Volume 1, students should use previously studied kanji 
whenever possible. 

By using this workbook in tandem with the textbook, students will learn elementary 
Japanese with greater efficiency. 



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1 Numbers 13 

2 Time and Telephone Numbers 14 

3 Noun, © Noun 2 • X IS Y TTT 15 

4 Question Sentences 16 

5 5r<.;TlA/Ul$to (Listening Comprehension) 17 

6 cI/c^.^Ud: 5 (Questions) 19 




1 Numbers 20 

2 Cfl, and 21 

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5 Nounfe • NounD-P'^Pl’iZr^" 24 

6 ?r<;n./uL'Kt>'5 (Listening Comprehension) 25 

7 5 (Questions) 26 



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1 Adjective Conjugation (Present Tense) 45 

2 Adjectives (Present Tense) 46 

3 Adjective Conjugation (Present and Past Tenses) 47 

4 Adjectives (Past Tense) 48 

5 Adjectives + Noun 49 

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2 Te-form— 2 55 

3 ~r<fc£l' i 57 

4 -rfeiHATrr 58 

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6 Describing Two Activities 60 

7 ~t)'5 61 

8 HKSfP (Listening Comprehension) 62 

9 U J; 5 (Questions) 63 

1 Te-form — 64 

2 ~TIA?> (Actions in Progress) 65 

3 ~"OA^> (Result of a Change) 66 

4 Describing People 67 

5 Te-forms for Joining Sentences 68 

6 Verb Stem + 1 C fT< / 5^-5/ DS-S 69 

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7 Counting People 70 

8 HKMH (Listening Comprehension) 71 

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9 L/J; o (Questions) 72 

1 Short Forms (Present Tense) 73 

2 Short Forms (Informal Speech) 74 

3 Quotations (~iZ/^L^'5') 75 

4 Quotations (~i:Mo"CLt^ L>Tc) 76 

5 -TcfUTX/cSlV 77 

6 Verb 78 

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2 Past Tense Short Forms (Informal Speech) 83 

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5 Qualifying Nouns with Verbs 86 

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7 ~fr'i5 88 

8 KKIIIt (Listening Comprehension) 89 

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2 Comparison among Three or More Items 92 

3 Adjective/Noun + © 93 

4 —OfeO/c 94 

5 Adjective + 95 

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4 Noun A ^f> Noun B 103 

5 iKIf la (Listening Comprehension) 104 

6 Ud: f> (Questions) 105 



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2 ~lf 107 

3 108 

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7 Hiragana (Double Consonants/Long Vowels) 123 

1 Katakana (T 7 - □ ) 124 

2 Katakana (tt - h*) 125 

3 Katakana - 7t\) 126 

4 Katakana C V - 3 ) 127 

5 Katakana (5? - y) 128 

1 Kanji Practice 129 

2 Using Kanji 130 

1 Kanji Practice 131 

2 Using Kanji 132 

1 Kanji Practice 133 

2 Using Kanji 134 

1 Kanji Practice 135 

2 Using Kanji 136 

1 Kanji Practice 137 

2 Using Kanji 138 

1 Kanji Practice 139 

2 Using Kanji 140 

1 Kanji Practice 141 

2 Using Kanji 142 

1 Kanji Practice 143 

2 Using Kanji 144 

1 Kanji Practice 145 

2 Using Kanji 146 

1 Kanji Practice 147 

2 Using Kanji 148 




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Conversation and Grammar Section 






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(Class) (Name) 



( Greetings 



(^What are these people saying? Write in Japanese ( hiragana ) the appropriate 
expression for each situation. 








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8 . 10 . 





11 . 



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(Class) (Name) 

( i§ J_ nfl Numbers 

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Write the following numbers in Arabic numerals. 



(1) 


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C tp n 


6 < 


(2) 




(12) 


xl\: 


0) 1 


(3) 


$ o> n 


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(4) 


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(14) 


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(5) 


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(15) 


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U id n K 


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(16) 


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(7) 


h < 


(17) 


t't'C 


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(8) 


v'-t, 


(18) 




lit. 


(9) 


11 % 


(19) 


Ur < 


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(20) U r < v, ' t, 






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(Class) 



(Name) 



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Time and Telephone Numbers 



(7) Time— Look at the following pictures and write the answers. 




Q : v'£ 

A : 



2 . 





Q : ^ ' i tiL ITt^o 
A : 

Q : 

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Q : \ 't 

A : 



(n) Telephone Numbers— Ask three people what their phone numbers are and 
write down the numbers in both Japanese and Arabic numerals. 



l. 



(Arabic numerals: 


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2. 




(Arabic numerals: 


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3. 




(Arabic numerals: 


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(Class) (Name) 



¥Inf| Noun! © Noun £ 



It l\ U\o Z)' 



X IS Y -UT 



(T) Translate the following phrases into Japanese using the framework “A©B.” 
Note carefully that the order in which the two nouns appear may be different in 
English and in Japanese. Read Grammar 3 (pp. 44-45). 



1. Japanese student 

2. Takeshi’s telephone number 

3. my friend 

4. English-language teacher 

5. Michiko’s major 



(n) Using the framework “XIS YTT3Y’ 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. Haruna is a first-year student. 



5. Ms. Yamamoto is 25 years old. 



6. My major is Japanese. 







(Class) (Name) 

( H liiQ Question Sentences 

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(T) Ask the right questions in each of the following exchanges. 

1. You : 

Kimura : <Jt te/C-i+t 'T "f„ 

2. You : 

Kimura : tl * L Ti~ 0 

3. You : 

Kimura : C rp 1 $ d> i * t 'Tt 0 

4. You : 

Kimura : Jt ^ L<P> h < £ d> •? t ' 0 

5. You : tAi-lf//, 

Kimura: v'i < Uli/CT'-fo 

(n) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 

1 . Are you a student? 

Yes, I am a student at Nihon University. 

2. Is Michiko a fourth-year student? 



No, Michiko is a third-year student. 



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1 If H 3:<fl/vU8>5 (Listening Comprehension) 



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(B) Listen to the dialogues between a passenger and a flight attendant in an air- 
plane. Find out the times of the following cities. @woi-b 

Example: L p A J: 1 8:00 a.m. 

1. ' ' ’J (Paris) 

li U 

2. V ^ )l (Seoul) 

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3. — u. — H — 9 (New York) __ 

tc vp *? x a < 

4. o> K y (London) 

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5. 9 4^4 (Taipei) 

tz V' l' 

6. '> F — — (Sydney) 

L f t; v' 

(C) Listen to the dialogues between Mr. Tanaka and a telephone operator. Find out 
the telephone numbers of the following people, (jjlwoi-c 

Example: ~f ~f 1* 51-6751 

1 . 

2. 'j-(Lee) 

U V' 

3. V X" (Woods) 

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4. h 'S~7°'jy (Thompson) 

t A, ^ 

(D) Two students, Akira and Kate, are talking. MarkO if the following statements 



are true. 


Mark X if not true. @woi-d 


l.( 


) Akira is a first-year student. 


2. ( 


) Akira is a student at the University of America. 


3. ( 


) Akira’s major is history. 


4. ( 


) Kate is a second-year student. 


5.( 


) Kate’s major is Japanese. 



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(j^Answer the following questions in Japanese, 
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3. ttXxfc/C-ttoT-ftf'o 



4. <L*X,$V'T"fjK 



5. -ti: /C C •? li LLtt^'o 



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( Numbers 

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(T) Write the following numbers in Arabic numerals. 

(1) (5) 

(2) lio^C’U-)^ (6) U7li^ 

(3) Llf?< (7) J ;/U/U<-tt/C*rnlM 

(4) v ' A Cs) 



(n) Write the following numbers in hiragana. 

1. 541 

2. 2,736 

3. 8,900 

4. 12,345 

(m) Look at the pictures and complete the dialogues. 



¥160 ¥24,000 

1. Q : 

A : \zt LlL^Li.LT^r 0 

2. Q : tf'iiXti o < btti'o 

A : 

3. Q : o < btth 






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(T) Look at the pictures and translate the sentences into Japanese. 




1. 

2 . 

3. 

4. 



(n) Mary and Takeshi are talking. Look at the picture and fill in Cfl, ^Xl, or STL 




/ T 'J — : l 12 fcltlS/Co tn'tto 

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tcttL : vu't., 2 . |2 t^Tto 

3. 12 / T 'J — - /CO *v\CT-ft' 0 

tb & U V' 

/T'J btzl<n 

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/r t-t L >0, 4 12 /Cltl^/Co UT/Cl^T-M'o 

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




Attendant: v. ' b o L ^ v ' t -t+o 



Customer ( pointing at watch #1) : L 

(How much is this watch?) 

Attendant: ^<D £ It*. Mi 



Customer ( pointing at watch #2) 2. 

(How much is that watch?) 



Attendant: t 



Customer ( pointing at watch #3) ! 4. 

(How much is that watch?) 



Attendant: 5^ 



Customer ( decided on #3) : 6^ 



(Then, I’ll take that watch.) 




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(T) You are B. Answer A’s questions with ZZ, ^Z , or fa^Z . 



1. A : /cl+l^/Cli ZZT-ft ' o 




4. A : M Hi Z'ZT1rt\ 

t i' n 

B : 



(n) Your friends left their belongings in your room. Ask Michiko whose items these 
are. 




1. You ; 

At,z : ^tiu tz\il*L<n iij irt. 

2. You : 

At>Z : -fait btz Leo 

3. You : 

&t>z : ill ^^tto 

tb h *J V' 




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(T) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. Use t> 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. Takeshi’s major is history. My major is history, too. 



(n) Answer the following questions in the negative. These are all personal ques- 
tions. “OO” (read stands for your name. You will want to replace it with 

fo/cU in your answers. 

1. OO^/Oi ' L t (office worker) 



2 . 00^5 /Cli \z[lL\:LXir-f)\ 

3. 00*L<n -tir/C Z n li ft* ITth 

4. &HI1 OO ^L<n U T/C l acTI" tf'o 



5. fftli OO^L<n 




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(A) 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 (?). 0 wo2-a 




(B) Mary introduces her friend, Christy, to Takeshi. Answer the following questions 



in Japanese. 1 ^|wo2 b 



l. 7'jXft^li T / ') ii ZLT-t-h' 

< I) f T u h tb IJ fr 



2 . 7 ‘J xf j * L<n -tf/Cz i ii +tLT1r4\ 

< y -r x o 



3. 7'jXf 

< y -r x i. 



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4. 7 'j Xf 4 3 /C<7) |C (i /C C/CT-f 7>'o 

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(£) Mary and Takeshi went to a Japanese restaurant. They are looking at the menu. 

I" 1 )) W02-C 



1. How much are these items? 



a .-*•**»* (¥ 
(pot) 



) b. *? £% (¥ 

(noodle) 



) c. T /C.>° b (¥ 

(deep fry) 



) 



2. Mark O if the following statements are true. Mark X if not true. 

a. ( ) Sukiyaki has fish in it. 

b. ( ) Mary thinks sukiyaki is expensive. 

c. ( ) Both Takeshi and Mary ordered udon. 




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fiflA ic ft' 

(^Answer the following questions in Japanese. 
1. iclI/CC/CT-ftf'o 



2. icte/C-tJrv'T-f 



3. -tt/y Z "? 11 ItV'-J’v 'T-ftf'o 



4. ^(± Cd/CC/CT'M'o 



5. ££o*/Cli ^1^'Tt^'o 



6. lc(i/CZ"<7) (1/L(± "< bTt^. 



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CM3I Verb Conjugation 

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

ftu-verbs 





dictionary form 


present affirmative 


present negative 


1. get up 








2. see 








3. eat 








4. sleep 









l/-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 









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Write a and ^1 thj sentence using two of the nouns in each group and a 
verb of your choice. 



Example: 



Noun: * -/)'+£ 



< v 



affirmative — ► bfzLlt K’il'-'t: fz^i't 0 
negative -► bfzLlt 1C < £ tz<t- 1± X^ 0 



1 . 



Noun: 16 * It 16 % * o — t — 



affirmative 

negative 



2 . 



Noun: lC(i/C<7) X.V' 7 ^' TJ ] )t)(F) X.V'7)* i y K (India) <75 



affirmative 

negative 



3. 



Noun: x — X ■ffi -y f] — (soccer) h ffi — (basketball) 



affirmative 

negative 



4. 



Noun: I3X L X#— '7 <73 L 



affirmative 



negative 



5 . 



Noun: IZII/C7) { & y 7 (rock) 7 7 V v 7 (classic) 



affirmative 



negative 










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

Example: £ L J: -h'L~C II /C£ J; Ait » 



1. 



/<L * x i li-fo 



2. 



f l/t? Alto 



3. 



O-t-% (OAlt c 



4. 



5. 



''Jito 
t'X. ‘J it< 



( n) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 
1. Mr. Tanaka will go to the library. 



2. My friend will come to Japan. 



3. Mr. Suzuki listens to music at home. 



4. I speak Japanese at home. 



5. I don’t eat lunch at school. 




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( n^ii^Timfi References 

(T)Time Expressions— Read Grammar 4 (pp. 91-92) on time references, and classi- 
fy the words below into two groups. If the words are always used with 1C , write 
1C after the words. 



1. 


C/CliX 


4. V 'O 


7. 


Z'X 1 If 


io. 


2. 




5Xj:i 


8. 


£ l tz 


ii. it'iiX 


3. 




6. 


9. 


D rj» 1 vX C 





(n)Your Day— Describe what you do on a typical day. Include the descriptions of 
activities listed below. Whenever possible, include place and time expressions. 
Refer to Grammar 6 (pp. 92-93) on the basic order of phrases. 



t'< tz<6 </(, J: 9 i" £ fa 6 



1. btz Hi ioi z% El: Or 0 

2 . 

3. 

4. 

5. 



(5) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 

1 . I speak Japanese every day. 



2. I will not watch TV tonight. 



3. Mary does not come to school on Saturdays. 



►►►SI 



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r 



Suggestion Using ~^t*/u;b' 



(T) Study the Dialogue I (p. 84) and translate the following conversation. 

/ T ') - : L 

(Would you like to see a movie tonight?) 



/bit L : 2 . 

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



/T 1 ) - : T 

(How about tomorrow?) 



/b It l : i 

(Sounds great.) 




(n) Imagine you ask someone out. Write the dialogue between you and your friend. 



You: 1. 



Friend: 2 . 



You: 3. 



Friend: 4. 




32 -3:%lB 



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( mSm 




Frequency Adverbs 



(^Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 

1. I often go to the library. 



2. Yumi often comes to my house. 



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. 



frtzlli 



£ L J: ti'L 



o 



7. Mary does not eat much. 




0 ^ 7 . 






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i 3 ^ H IMK&ilg (Listening Comprehension) 



tl/u Uwo 



(X) Listen to the dialogue between Sue and Mary. Where will they be? What will 
they do? Choose from the list below. @wo 3 -a * l/X h -7 > (restaurant) 



<Saturday> <Sunday> 





Where 


What 


Where 


What 


Mary 










O S"e 











Where: 


a. school 


b. library 


c. home 




d. Osaka 


e. Tokyo 


f. Kyoto 



What: 


g. read a book 


h. play sports 


i. study 




j. see a movie 


k. eat dinner 





(§) 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. @W03-B * (schedule) 3 if (yoga) 



1. 


6:00 A.M. 


( 


) 


6. 


3:00 p.m. 


( 


) 


2. 


7:30 


( 


) 


7. 


6:00 


( 


) 


3. 


9:00 


( 


) 


8. 


7:30 


( 


) 


4. 


12:30 p.m. 


( 


) 


9. 


11:30 


( 


) 


5. 


1:30 


( 


) 











a. breakfast 


b. dinner 


c. get up 


d. go to bed e. lunch 


f. do yoga 


g. play tennis 


h. study 


i. watch a movie 







(£) Listen to the dialogue between Sue and her friend. How often does she do the 
following things? @wo3-c 

(a = every day, b = often, c = sometimes, d = not often, e = not at all) 

1. ( ) study Japanese 

2. ( ) go to the library 

3. ( ) watch American movies 

4. ( ) watch Japanese movies 

5. ( ) play tennis 

6. ( ) drink coffee 

(D) Listen to the dialogue between Mary and a Japanese friend of hers and answer 
the questions below. @wo3-d 

1. 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 b. Beer at a bar c. Coffee at his place d. Lunch 

3. How did Mary turn down his suggestion? (Mark O 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 O for all that apply.) 

a. ( ) Reading Japanese books together 

b. ( ) Practicing Japanese at a coffee shop 

c. ( ) Having lunch together the next day 

d. ( ) Walking her home 



35 



037, 






( (Questions) 



(►►) Answer the following questions in Japanese. 



1. Jt < L iirt\ 



2. Jt < Ait))' o 



3. j; < *'ic £ 



4. fc/U*<li J: < ^ic£ **£f7K 



5. J; o L ifto 



6. Lujoioii x < £"3ic v'*i-tjj' 0 



7. L»j)-7io|i Jt < td: £ Lit))'. 



8. ^it^ 0 



9. ^ II jfatf 




36»»£jg-:£>gn 



0z>7^ 



( I D X 

(I) 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 is Professor Yamashita over there. 



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



(n) Answer the following questions in Japanese. 

1. t>l tz. T) i-ftf'o 



2. uoH 7 7X tfjh ‘) & -f 

(; ija, r 



3. 

(C (iA, fc t 



4. JL zfa (brothers and sisters) N i "t" 

I fa X. ^ : older sister \ 

P t ^ : younger sister 
fc' I - v ' *5 /(/ : older brother 
\ 9 £ : younger brother / 



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Describing Where Things Are 



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

< *<7)_ htt, o II' 9 

L Li u t lt<-' -9X. L Li t *tv' fa'tz 

7j'liXl±-o < ^TTTo o < xli-r U Tt 0 

L/i *>*' 




(n) Look at the pictures and answer the following questions. 
1. B^t£cD^|± 

(c ua, r ija. 



2. /T'j-* L<r>-/)'* iiL"ZT-f^'o 



3. X — $ /C<75^^(i Jl" Z T-f tf'o 



4. H#f£ii£'3Tt^o 

5. ilMf li L"3 TT^'o 

-9 




'm t 

aa 













(^4^0 Past Tense (Nouns) 

(7) Answer the following questions. 



1 . $ <Dl 

Ifo «fc -) xf 



2 . *<r>n li+iHTL/;h 



O') C' (C-t) 



3. 



bio t±/^ 



4. uufttTL/:i)' 

:n 45 : W 



5. iH'fitl/J' 

t b 3& f <*frV' 



( n ) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 

1 . My bicycle was 30,000 yen. 



2. Yesterday was Sunday. 



3. Professor Yamashita was not a Nihon University student. 




4 



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. 88-89) once again. If you are un- 
clear about the past tense conjugation, refer to the table on p. 110. 

U-verbs 





dictionary 

form 


past 

affirmative 


past 

negative 


1. drink 








2. speak 








3. listen 








4. buy 








5. take 








6. write 








7. wait 








8. there is 









F?u-ve rbs and Irregular Verbs 





dictionary 

form 


past 

affirmative 


past 

negative 


9. eat 








10. get up 








11. do 








12. come 










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037 . 






Past Tense (Verbs) 



(T)The pictures below show what Takeshi did last weekend. Answer the following 
questions in Japanese. 




<Saturday> 



home 




< Sunday > 




town 



i. tz\i l £ L tzt\ 

X tffr fr 



2. /clt L is S U ZZT TH'<4 V £ L t L tzt\ 

t ii V 



3. tz ltl5yClioo*8££M*i L tzit" 

XA.i> ! < S 



4. £ltl5 /Lti S ^ H U^fsr Li (Fill in the blanks.) 

l:tii Xf 4U 



/c tt L ^5 /L(i 



T 



5. 1h+£tz\$. L £ 

Ln>*)£o 



(n) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 

1 . Yumi 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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m4 s 



(^Translate the sentences into Japanese. Note that the particle t> replaces li, t)\ 
and but goes side by side with other particles. 

1. Mary went to the park. Takeshi went to the park, too. 



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



3. I drink tea. I drink coffee, too. 



4. Mary will go to Korea. She will go to China, too. 



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



6. Yumi bought souvenirs at a temple. She bought souvenirs at a department store, too. 



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




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( n4ii 



If PeH • Particles 

U ft'/u 




(T) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. If you are unclear about word 
order, read Grammar 6 in Lesson 3 (pp. 92-93) once again. 



1. Mary watched TV for two hours yesterday . 

(3) (2) (1) 

/T ') —* /Cli 

(1) (2) (3) 

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

(3) (2) (1) 

tzil 13 /Cli. 

(1) (2) 



(3) 

3. Sue studies Tapanese at the library for about one hour everyday . 

(4) (3) (2) (1) 

X — */Cli ____ 

(1) (2) 



(3) (4) 

(n) Fill in the particles that are missing. You may want to refer to the Vocabulary 
section (p. 105), where the particle that goes with each of the new verbs is 
shown in the parentheses. 

1. fclifcl 

bill it h 

t X <o t 

btzl U i 

4. rrt Iv'i l/; a 

IC< *' 

5 . frfr'mtLo 

btzi »,*•);•< r 

6. i-tf/CTl/co 

X ti’Jt- i ' 




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037. 






( §f§4^ 



KKIilla (Listening Comprehension) 

3? t\Kj Uk 6 o 



(A) Mary is talking with her homestay father. Listen to the dialogue and answer the 
questions in Japanese. @wo 4 -a 



1. Li L tzi>\ 

to 4M: 

2. tJ'o 

to 



( B ) Mary is showing a picture that she took at a party. Identify the following people. 



1. ( 

2 . ( 

3. ( 

4. ( 

5. ( 

6 . ( 



) Ken 
) Rika 
) Mike 
) Takeshi 
) Mother 
) Father 




W04-B 



Listen to the dialogue in the classroom and answer the following questions. 

* il "7 d" *T (karaoke) Q W04-C 

1. What is the date today? Choose the answer. 

a. September 8 b. September 10 c. September 14 d. September 18 



2. What day is today? Choose the answer. 






a. Sunday 


b. Monday 


c. Tuesday 


d. Wednesday 


e. Thursday 


f. Friday 


g. Saturday 




3. Who did these things? Mark O for the 


things they did. 







studied 


took 

photos 


went to 
Tokyo 


wrote a 
letter 


went to 
karaoke 


did 

shopping 


©Sue 














Mary 














^ Robert 
















44 * 



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* 4 k 



(Questions) 



► Answer the following questions in Japanese. 



1. & <i‘ £ <7) li Z Tt t'o 

l-'X. 



2. •) iir 

ih fclc 



3 . %w}i±ffT-tt'o 

fa Z i'«fc & ix. &A, 



4. ffiBTtK 



5. *<7)9, /c*l£H£Z"|££'ft'<£ L/ctJ'o 

12 : /L 12 : /v 7 t 



6 . *< 7 ) 9 , fWalM li l£tf\, 

&/C C ^'A/'</v£ J: 9 



7. faff B 17 B^ft<7)7 7 7^ I) i*f jJ\, 

4^t9 u ija, r 



8. 7fej@.<7) j]|5fc, (SJ £ |_ ;£ L tz t)'o 

i j .a A ± y> ; ~ 




eIS • 5&ai>>>45 



i75T. 






( |g 5 ^ B Adjective Conjugation (Present Tense) 



Fill in the conjugation table below. 



It -adjectives 





dictionary 

form 


present 

affirmative 


present 

negative 


1. large 








2. expensive 








3. frightening 








4. interesting 








5. old 








6. good 









& -adjectives 





dictionary 

form 


present 

affirmative 


present 

negative 


7. quiet 








8. beautiful 








9. healthy 








10. fond of 








11. disgusted 








12. lively 









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Adjectives (Present Tense) 

(T) Answer the questions. 



i. U'-c-f 

\z r t» t><fcv 



2 . U'T-ftf' 

3 t •) I'-W 



3. 



4. B*m<n>7 t L'Sv'T-r^ 

(c is a, r 



5. £> 1 i‘/c<7)®TlifH'T't'7>' 

i*> Lt 



(n) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 

1 . This watch is expensive. 

2. This coffee is not delicious. 

3. Professor Yamashita is energetic. 

4. The weather is not good. 

5. I will not be free tomorrow. 




(^) Fill in the conjugation table below. 
U -adjectives 



aB-sa*>»47 









Cm 5 ® 



Adjective Conjugation (Present and Past Tenses) 



past 

negative 














past 

affirmative 














present 

negative 














present 

affirmative 
















_> 

■S 

<1 

r-H 


V 

<N 


;3 

CO 


—> 

r 

V 


>o 

*v3 

LT) 


MD 



past 

negative 










past 

affirmative 










present 

negative 










present 

affirmative 












w 


8. )»'(**) 


V 

ON 


£ 

•\V| 

o 
1— 1 1 




48»^ 



0=57, 






(^¥5S|| Adjectives (Past Tense) 

(T) Answer the questions. 

42r/vLn> h 



2 . fX h lift LtJ'o /-TTtf'o 

fcf* 

3. *<ni ii#7j'o tzXir-f)\ 

£>o 

4. a^l±|U'o/;Tt)>'o 

fc<7) 

5. (7)B^r'^l±^'V'L7j'o/;T'r^'o 

If A, liA, 



(5) 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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~Ss5ffH Adjective + Noun 



(T) Look at the pictures and answer the questions. 




Example: Q : ^' 0 A : X i t '£PMTi"o 

'N. ^ 



1. 


Q : 








D T/vL* 


2. 


Q : 


^X^OTT-r^'o 






th 


3. 


Q : 


autti'o 






x>t 


4. 


Q : 








A : 
A : 
A : 
A : 



(n) Translate the following sentences. 

1 . I met a kind person. 



2. I bought an inexpensive ticket. 



4. 




beautiful 



3. I read an interesting book last week. 








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( 5H (&)/£5U (&) 



(^ Write down the sentences telling if you like/dislike the things below. Use (&) 
for “like” and€f5lU£C) for “don’t like.” Use for emphasis. 



Example: homework 

1. Japanese class 



fcfcl U<fcV £i> + 



2. this town 



3. Mondays 



4. ocean 



5. cats 



6. cold mornings 



7. fish 



8. frightening movies 



9. (your own sentence) 




£§g-3sai>»5i 






7L 



C ^5p 






(T) You and your friend will spend one day together. Complete the underlined parts 
with ^ U d; o . 

fctzt) : £"3 icff* J-f tf' 0 

it l' 



& : l 



bt l 






Xtz% 

tt, 


4' (3 




: 


2. 




btl 


3. 




Xtz% 

ti, 


: ' i -f 

4A/ U * 




: 


4. 





btl 



(n) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 

1 . 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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737 . 






(Listening Comprehension) 



® 



Listen to the dialogue between a real estate agent and his customer and 
choose the appropriate answers. £§ wo5-a * — (one month) 



1. The house is [ a. new/ b. old ]. 

2. The house is [ a. clean / b. not clean ] . 

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

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

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

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



( B) Listen to the TV game show “Who’s My Date?” Three men want to invite Ms. 
Suzuki on a date. @ W05-B * fc T t 1 Z**"v ' J T (Congratulations.) 



1. Fill in the blanks in Japanese. 





Favorite type 


What he does on holidays 


l L tz 






JI|U 













2. Who did Ms. Suzuki choose? [ a. b. )l|0 c. ] 

iLfi ;)'£><•% Wrtt 



©Listen to the interview with Mary and Takeshi and fill in the chart with the 
following letters: a = likes, b = doesn’t like very much, c = hates. @wo5-c 





J-Pop 

(J.t'7 7") 


Rock 
(□ y 7) 


Classical 
music 
y 7) 


Action 
movies 
(T7'/3 V) 


Horror 
movies 
('"ft "7 ) 


Mary 












Takeshi 














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737 






* 5 -'' 



(Questions) 



(T) Answer the following questions in Japanese regarding your best trip. 
i. £"cicff $ £ l fzti'o 



2. tmzfT* £ L tzti'o 

l' 



3. Tltzt'o 

T^ $ 



4. £" o T L tzti'o 

tz t,<D 



5 . zzTnzn i/ctf'o 

4ic 



6 . £^W£ 1 ^£ Itzt'o 



(n) Answer the following questions in Japanese. 

i. Tir 

tz i<o -f 



2. 

co £co -f 

3. 

fcXri<< 1- 




Review Grammar 1 (pp. 150-151) and conjugate the verbs below into their respec- 
tive fe-forms. The numbers indicate the lesson in which the verbs first appeared. 



Ru-verbs 


17-verb ending with f 


1. & * 6 (3) - 


13. lift (3) — 


2. f-<6 (3) 


U-verb ending with o 


3. *16 (3) 


14. i o (4) — 


4. A 6 (3) — 




5. Vi ' 6 (4) — 


U-verbs ending with 


6. Tt'H6 (5)- 


is. <nij (3) — 

i6. jt t; (3> 


U-verbs ending with o 




7. & 1 (4) — 


(7-verbs ending with 6 


8. tJ '- 7 (4) -»• 


17. (3) — 

18. 1b 6 (4) — 


L/-verbs ending with < 


19. £6 (4) — 


9. * < (3) — 


20. fr-h'6 (4) — 


10. Ji'< (4) — 


21. <7)6 (5) — 


L/-verb ending with < (irregular) 


22. *» £ (5) — 


11. v ' < (3) — 


Irregular Verbs 


L/-verb ending with <' 


23. < 6(3) - 


12. ti X <" (5) — 


24. -T -5 (3) - 

25. </C ^ J: 9 -f 6 (3) 



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757 . 






' gif-tiifl Te-form —2 



(^Review the Vocabulary section (pp. 148-149) and the Grammar (pp. 150-151) 
and fill in the following table. 

ftu-verbs 





dictionary form 


te-form 


long form(^ ti ') 


1. to open 








2. to teach 








3. to get off 








4. to borrow 








5. to close 








6. to take 
a shower 








7. to turn on 








8. to make 
a phone call 








9. to forget 









L/-verbs 





dictionary form 


te-form 


long form(~ ti~) 


10. to smoke 








11. to use 








12. to help 









13. to hurry 










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dictionary form 


te-form 


long form(~ Or) 


14. to return 
(a thing) 








15. to turn off 









16. to stand up 








17. to carry 









18. to die 









19. to play 









20. to be absent 









21. to sit down 








22. to enter 









Irregular Verbs 





dictionary form 


te-form 


long form(~ i ir ) 


23. to bring 
(a person) 








24. to bring 
(a thing) 



















~r<rd£u 



(T) Write what each person says using ~ZX/c£l/t. 




6. 








1 . 

2 . 

3 . 

4 . 

5 . 

6 . 



(n) Write three request sentences using ~Z<Tdcl It. Indicate in the parentheses 
who you are going to ask to do those things. 

!•( ) 

2 .( ) 



3 .( 



) 








CM^O -rtwe-r 

(^ Ask the following people if it is okay to do the following things, using — 
Wt\ 

(To your friend at your friend’s apartment) 

1. to enter the room 

2. to look at the pictures 

3. to turn on the TV 

4. (your own) 



(To your teacher in class) 

5. to go to the restroom 



6. to speak English 



7. to borrow a textbook 



8. (your own) 



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0 = 57 , 






( ie6t*fl ~r » wst* A# 



(7) Look at the signs and make sentences using — 



(0 


2. 


P 


3. 




4. 




No Smoking 




Do Not Enter 




No Photographs 




No Food 



1. 



2 . 



3. 



4. 



(n) Describe three things that you are prohibited from doing at some places. 
Example: [ ) J: 1 (dorm) T' — f" 4 — £ L T ll'. ' It i 4+ X^ 0 



1. 



2 . 



3 . 




6 



Describing Two Activities 



(T) The pictures below describe what Takeshi did yesterday. Make sentences using 
te-forms. 






1 . 




2 . 

3. 



4. 



( n ) 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. Let’s enter the coffee shop and rest. 




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m(y m 




~£)'5 



(^Translate the following sentences, using ~jb' 5. 

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. 

(5) Complete the dialogues below. 



(l) A : *> l £7 -7* left* i-tf/Co 



B : £"•? ITTf^'o 



A : i. 






(2) A : 2, 



B : £"•? iTT-ftf' 




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( nfim 


y HKIfM (Listening Comprehension) 




£ X\hu UWO 

(A) Listen to the dialogue at a youth hostel. Mark O if the following statements are 
true. Mark X if not true. @ wo6-a X Y ') — (coin laundry) 


!•( 


) 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. 





(B)Your roommate has gone away for a week. She has left a message on your 
answering machine. Listen to it and mark O for what you are asked to do. 

* Z (refrigerator) f^Ol W06-B 



You are asked to: 






l.( 


) open the window 


4. ( 


) return a book to Mary 


2.( 


) water the plants 


5. ( 


) borrow a notebook from Robert 


3. ( 


) drink milk 


6. ( 


) do some shopping for a party 



(C) Takeshi is trying to organize a picnic. Listen to the dialogue and answer the 
questions in Japanese. @ wo6-c * t°7 — v 7 (picnic) 

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





a. Inconvenient day 


b. Reasons 


© 






© 






XU / \ — b 







2. v, 'o \l 9 — v 9 £ -f 

V' 




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25 * 






Q (Questions) 



(^Answer the following questions in Japanese. 



l. T, Lit^'o 

x 41c 



2. *<ni' ^C'Jf l i l tzt\ 

V'x. tJ'x. 4(2 



3.fx^t fic*4#£JLT t\^'Tirt' 0 

tb bin fr Lx 



4. 4t4T$<7)*T^£ L Xt±v 

Co 5 4' 75' 4(2 



5. J; li L4tf' 0 

: ti tb -<A,bxn 



6. J:<y-AUil/;i'» 

c fcS 



7. i < f5f£ L i l/ctf'o 

«i -) c: o <h $ 4(2 




64>»&B-gaai 



257. SSi 



; m7^U Te - form 

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





ulrul 

irregular 


long form 


te- form 


Ex. & X> 


u 


£>'J tX 




1. fati'Z) 








2. K>6 








3. It-f 








4. tz^> 








5. io 15 








6. tJ'X. •?> 








7. < £ 








8. "t" 








9. 








10. t'lt£ 








11. 








12. Ij'S'Z) 








13. 








14. li < 








15. i/:i 








i6. -r ±; 








17. It o 3 LX X> 









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(Actions in Progress) 



( I ) Describe the following pictures, using 




1. 

2 . 

3. 

4. 

5. 

n (Answer the following questions in Japanese. 

1. 4\ fa £ LTuif^o 

2. $ <7)^N£;\B#Z'^fa£ LTv'i Itzi'o 

C* C.' lit, U &U 

(nf) 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 older sister was doing her homework. 




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(Result of a Change) 



(T)This is Michiko’s family. Answer the following questions in Japanese. 



1. 

bn 4C 

2. LTv'i'T^'o 

J&'* 1C 

fax. -ai 

4. 

fax. It oZA, 

5. *,'*$■* X.I±-g:5f ic^x^-rv ' ± -r^'o 

fax. 4# <n t 

6 . % * li Z Kf£X,Tv'i-tj»' 0 

Kbit 1r 

7. LMi&TIrt'o 



51, lives in Nagano, 
works for a bank 



Father 




Mother 

47, lives in Nagano, 
works for a hospital 



Older sister 
23, lives in Tokyo, 
college student, 
married 



Younger brother 
16, lives in Nagano, 
student 



(n) Write about your family. Try to use expressions you have learned in this lesson. 





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C g'/g j Describing People 

0 Translate the following sentences. 

1 . Yasuo is not tall. 



2. Yasuo is very bright. 



3. Norio is wearing a new T-shirt today. 



4. Norio is skinny, but Yasuo is overweight. 




<D >j 



0 You are an eyewitness testifying in court. Describe the person you saw at the 
scene of the crime using the past tense. 

1. Height: 



2. Hair: 

3. Glasses: 

4. Eyes: 

5. Clothes (above the waistline): 

6. Clothes (below the waistline): 




t 



7. Shoes: 



68 ► ► ► $i 



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7i^fl Te-forms for Joining Sentences 



(T) Look at the following pictures and complete the sentences. 



1. 



/ Restaurant \ 


Iff 


Iff? 


1 

5* 





inexpensive/delicious 




3. 




very small/cute 




5. 




old/interesting 



6 . 




long hair/large eyes 



1. h(H l/X 1 

tz t<D 



2. &<n Bjii 

btzl £*> 

3. 

btzl tez 



4. 

btzl ^ * 

5. Z<7)£#li_ 

X<b 



6. X 1 Z */Cli 



( n) Describe the following items, using two or more adjectives. 



l. B^li 

tc (JA, 



2. %\t 

btzl 



3. &<7)BXIi 

btzl 



4. ^A<73^l/c'f3l± 

btzl bt 






69 



037, 






iHverb Stem + l«_ \~j <,/3K'2>/!)!§?> 



ot < fc'*. 



(T) Rewrite the sentences below, using the stem + Lfj</^ ; 5/ l Ji ; S pattern. 



Example: BUFt&Kffo T, »J i 1% - ‘J Kff* * 1" « 

t Litf'/v i' (I/v 75' i: L i ^'A/ (iA, 75' 



l. ±mzft^x, £.tz%\z&\'*iro 

te a ts 75' v ' 1 1 & 



2 . ^cjfoT. 

I'X. 75'X. If A, l±/v tz 



3. WffoT, 

£*> i' ero l t5' 



4. 



btz l Iftni'ibtn t i' 



L*LA, t 



5. o/<— h * /Cli ot < &<DT'<- h IZ&T, ' '"V 17 > £j£v'£t\ 

fcfcL 5 



(n) Make your own sentences, using a place from the list below. 



(Ex.) 


0^ 

U li/L 


Li < fi 


Jo $ T A, 


1Xti%<nn % 

ti 


t U «t ?5'A, 


m 

X <b nfr 


Example: 




- *£l 


12 £/■££, 

th 


12^-V 'left J i -fo 

* ^ 







1. 

2 . 

3. 



4 . 




' is 7 K B Counting People 

(^Answer the questions in Japanese. 



7 



1. 0 9 -7 X 1C A^AtfM^A'. ' £ "f tJ'o 

(C IJA C.* 4'AUA 



2 . a^it<7>7 7xi2^^A7j^A^i-r^o 

(C liA r fc'tC X>t *AUA 



3. jej 

4'AICA 



4. /I/ — A7 — h (roommate) ' £ "f" Ao 'fSJA^ ' i 

&-A.ICA. 



5. 

jiK-tfri.' =S:A-tCA. 



6. &^£<7)^i:A^Afe/CTv'i-f 

Ut £AKA -r 



7 . 




£fg •:&£»►►► 7i 



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MKJf li (Listening Comprehension) 

€r Uno 



( A) 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 in Japanese what the following people were doing. @woz a * (other) 



1. a'<— h is Cli, 

2. X — -5 X^(±, 

3. £lfl*X,li. _ 

4. l-t/C ^5 /C(±. 

5. U % Z is X,|i, 



(B) Listen to a TV reporter at a celebrity’s party. Choose appropriate descriptions 



for each celebrity. @woz-b 


* K U X (dress) — 


4 ~7 U > K (boyfriend) 


1. Arnold Stallone 


( ) ( ) 




2. Noguchi Erika 


( ) ( ) 




3. Matsumoto Yui 


( ) ( ) 




4. Matsumoto Yui’s new boyfriend 


( ) ( ) 




a. wears jeans b. wears a hat 


c. wears glasses 


d. has short hair 


e. has long hair f. is cute 


g. is fat 


h. is tall 



(C) Mary is interviewing people who are walking downtown on Sunday. What is 
each interviewee doing today? Choose the appropriate answers. @woz-c 

1. Tanaka: [ a. buying flowers b. buying cards c. buying a DVD ] 

2. Sato: [ a. playing games b. singing songs c. playing sports ] 

b. seeing his younger sister 



3. Suzuki: 



[ a. working at a department store 
c. talking with his younger brother ] 




72 > ► ► 



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ll^^Udo (Questions) 



Circle one person from below and answer the questions in Japanese regarding 
him/her. 



father mother friend girlfriend boyfriend 
others ( ) 



i. 1 rt\ 

4' i x. 4 A- 



2 . ttMT-ft'o 

4A$V' 



3. K'Z UjiATv'i-fjJ'o 

1 - 



4. jsf £ L T t ' £ -f -/)' 0 

4 [z 



5. ItilrLT o£-f jJ'„ 

ttoCA 



6. 

■a- ti- 



7. 

;$'«& 4tf'* 



8. ^Xt'ATl' ^' 0 (about personality) 




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5^7 

( Short F° rms (Present Tense) 

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 


tz<Z 


tz^t ' 




tz< T 


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 










14. hurry 











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( 




Short Forms (Informal Speech) 



(T) Make informal question sentences using the cues and answer them in the 
negative. 

Example: (Do you) study Japanese today? 

- Q : ? A : 9 feSI 

i- ► i- ill / i v X i i i. « 



5 l 9 t- (iA/ >1* ^A/5J:9 

1. (Do you) often ride a bus? 

-*• Q : 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 : 



(n) Answer the following questions in informal speech. 
1. ^BtiftBf B ? 

Si-5 If 



2. b^'? 

tz h T> 

3. JSJ it 6? 




( mfjm 



3 



Quotations ) 

( f) Translate the following sentences. In sentences 4-6, “I don’t think . . should be 
translated as 

1. I think Professor Yamashita is good-looking. 



2. I think this woman is Mary’s Japanese teacher. 



3. I think Professor Yamashita reads many books. 



4. I don’t think this town is interesting, (lit., I think this town is not interesting.) 



5. I don’t think Mai likes Mayumi. 



6. I don’t think Aya will come to school today. 



( n) Answer the following questions, using 

1. *> 

XK S 

2. L t 

3. h+£tz<n 

(C 15 A r Ijn IJ tin -f 



4 . 

(C (iA, r c: A, Lrt) -) 4'U 







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( i8'^flQuotations (~<h!oruSUfc) 

i\ 

(Jn Ask someone (preferably Japanese) the following questions. Report the answers 
using ~<bSon^Urc. 

Example: ^' 0 -*• tz £ IT o T ' i l tz 0 

l. -$0, 

ii'ict, tz<n 



2. 

i) * $ 0 i- 



3. fcjgtOcAi-f J>' 

e?lt w 



4. a4'x-f-'y$ J: < L i-ftf' 



5. ' i -f 7j' 

J J: - 5 /ct' 



6. £'Z K&X,T^£-f 7>' 



7. jj£*f l 

ltoZ^ 



8. l^oTuit^'o 

<*J t 



9. L tirt" 

l &tZ 



10. (your own question) 



Get the signature of the person you interviewed: 



0^7 






5iS-X;Slffl>^77 



m 8i£0~&ive<rc£u 



(1) Translate the following sentences. 

Example: Please don’t wait for me. (Because) I will be late. 

— & ' T < tz* v m < tc ') i -f bo 

btzl t ti-t 

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 (— a. — X ) . 



4. Please don’t throw away the magazine. (Because) It’s not my magazine. 



i n ) Write the dictionary form of each of the verbs used in the following sentences. 

Example: 'T ( tz * t '<» — ► ^ 



1. * btcv 'T < ' 0 

2 . i +£ t ' T < tzis\ 'o 

3. V 

4. 'T < /c 3 

5. 

6. L < tz*'. V 

7. b^T"< o c 



8. /c* o 




6 



Verb T 



i ) 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. 



speaking Japanese 


driving a car 


taking pictures 


singing 


listening to music 


taking a bath 


playing sports 


cooking 


doing laundry 


cleaning 


washing a car 





1. &li 

btz l 

2 . 'J 

btl 

3 . 11 

btz l 

4 . &|1 

btl 

5. faii&i ‘J 

btz l 

(n) Translate the following sentences. 

1. Erika is very good at making friends. 



T^T-fo 



'tin T 

Viu -r 

.* b Vi ' Ti' o 

0* Cvt'i'TiTo 



2. Kiyoshi loves reading books. 



3. Makoto hates cleaning the room. 



4. Yoshie is not good at driving a car. 



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




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msm ft' • mft and jqlfe 



»ic 



tf.\Z 



(T) Look at the picture at a party and complete the following conversations. 



Oj® 




1. Q : 

la,o>a, «t 

A : 

2. Q : 

A : 

tu t 

3. Q : 

A : 

4. Q : 



tz 4' #5*' £ fcf 



n Translate the following sentences. 

(Note especially that pft' and pfe 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. Yoshio asked something, but I did not understand. 



4. Would you like to drink anything? 




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MKIila (Listening Comprehension) 

fl/u Utao 

(A) Choose the picture that describes the situation in which you are likely to hear 
each of the sentences. @wo8-a 



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



5. ( ) 6. ( ) 7. ( ) 




□ □ □ □ 
a a □ □ 





(B) Robert and Ken are talking. Answer the questions in Japanese. @wos b 
l. h tt/C$ XJi, oof-At Ut^'o 



2. /cl+ L is /U±y— A £ L K&i irti' 0 ITTt^o 

$ 

3. h At L\±*f— t:'i ITT irti'o 

$ 



CCj Mary is reporting her interview with Professor Honma to the class. Circle every 
item that is true according to Mary’s interview. @wos-c (interview) 

1 . Prof. Honma likes a woman who is: 

[ a. pretty b. tall c. short d. gentle e. smart f. slim ] . 

2. He spends his weekends: 

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

3. His students in a Japanese class are: 

[ a. lively b. quiet c. diligent d. kind e. interesting ]. 





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037 . 









(Questions) 



( i) Answer the following questions in Japanese using 



tc r tst 



2 . g*m<nft£ttH£i-6<7)r&*Ti-t' 0 

IZ 1 r -£A,-± V' fcic -r 



3 . h itz. 

&a£> o' 



4 . tJ ' 0 

ij * 3 U Uioi 1 



(n) Answer the following questions in Japanese. 



*ic -r 



2 . 

&(C ^ tz 



3 . f,v'T-f7j' 0 

4 ic 



4 . »-r^<73^^AT-r^'o 

*•) U -f 







rwm Past Tense Short Forms 

Complete the chart below. 



Verbs 



dictionary form 


past, affirmative 


past, negative 


long, present 


Ex. 




tz 


tz<i1r 


1 . X tJ 








2. £>« 








3. fcli 








4. v ' < 








5. t l ol 








6. In £ %> 








7. fc =t <" 








8. U < 








9 . 








10. -f £ 








ii. < ^ 









Adjectives/Noun 



dictionary form 


past, affirmative 


past, negative 


Ex. In tt L ?> v x 


fcfc Vh-h'ntz 




12. ' 






13. ti'n Z \ H ' 






Ex. 


^tfr&tintz 


t ' C fr-S U ft‘7$'o tz 


14. * *u '(ft) 






15. |c A ot 9 







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Past Tense Short Forms (Informal Speech) 



( I ) Make informal question sentences using the cues and answer them in the 
negative. 



Example: * <7) o , B M fit T -5> 

u ija, r -<a,Sj :7 



1 . *< 7 ) 7 , 

it * 

- Q : 

2 . *<7)7, 

•>A.fi 

— Q : 

3. 7 ^ 28 , <£> -5> 

L »J> ^ L ItA, 

- Q : 

4. ft ig <£>&;£, *^I2*£ 

-ti: L »J> o lu >7 i^> < 

- Q : 

5. Tfc j8<7) 28 . 7 ^., $!j£ L <■ ' 

-ti-Ax L»1» -7 L4>7^-7> tz(T) 

-> Q : 



6 . -T^< 7 ) 0 #, 

; ft ts *!)' 

- Q : 

7. -Tf&<7)B#, 1^0 

£ ft fcS -^A-S J: ^ 

- Q : 



Q : *<7)7, H*«£fe3il l A ? 

1C (iA, £ 

A : 7 7 A, L trtf'o A 0 

J: 7 

A : 

A : 

A : 



A : 
A : 
A : 



A : 



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

Example: T‘ / (^<7)B#, <£ < X ,"K— "/ £ L tz ? 

£ ft tS 

1 . 



2 . 



3 . 




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iyif HPast Tense Short Forms (~<hH 1^3") 



fc'fc 



(i) Translate the following sentences, using the short form + cbSUjST. In sen- 

43 * 

fences 4-6, “I don’t think . . should be translated as ~&ft'o7c<b, E ilO'^"3'. 



1. I think Tadashi’s father was good-looking when he was young. 



2. I think the concert began at nine o’clock. 



3. I think Saeko did physical exercises last weekend. 



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



5. I don’t think Mie was mean when she was a child. 



6. I don’t think Mai received a letter from Mari. 



(n) Guess what your friends/family/teachers were like when they were children 
using 

Example: / T ') - 3 o tz £ ' £ T o 

z t i ti Ki 



1. 



2 . 



3 . 










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( Quotations (~£.Wd~CI^I'Tc) 

ia 

Ask someone (preferably Japanese) the following questions. Report the answers 
using Tc. 

Example: it^lif^f T~f ri'c — *■ H34 7 "5 /G I i ?± ft ti £ s' -o T t ' i L Tco 

L C*t 4^ tz 4ri' V' 



l. 



2 . b\'Tt^o 

4 - ic 



3. TfcsSooiS^., 'fpj £ L i L 4 7>' 0 

Lr»^io 4 (c 



4. nnfTU:!)'. 

c n ts c 



5. 

C £5 ■£ fcrt' 



6 . «C 7 )Bf , T L 4 tJ ' 0 

c. tl tb t 



7. £"Z ICfe/CTt'i L /J'o 

C ft, ts t 

8 . i <(SJ£ li U;K 

c fi iS 4ic 



9. (your own question) 



Get the signature of the person you interviewed: 






5 



Qualifying Nouns with Verbs 

► Look at the picture and answer the questions. Use the pattern OOcr/ulS~'Cl’> 
SAZrT, describing what each person is currently doing. 




1. A£"‘J 

V't 



2. l+X^'A^/Cl±£"<7)AT"f tJ'o 

v-t 



3. £ t Z * All L'WATt 

0-i 



4. l/Ci;*Ati£V)AT'rAo 

o-t 



5. x ‘J A* Ali^AT-fA 




e!S-3C^S^87 










mrc-zimuhj 



(^ Write questions to ask if one has already done the things below. Answer the 
questions using to or t£Tc. Note that answers to to questions require differ- 
ent verb forms in the affirmative and in the negative. If you are unclear, review 
Grammar 3 (pp. 214-215). 

Example: eat lunch 

- Q : t Ifctf'o 

it a, tz 

A : lit\ t t£'k'<T'. ' t -t+Ao 

tz tz 



1. memorize new kanji 

- Q : 

A : lit \ _ 



2. clean your room 

- Q : 

A : tn'i. 



3. talk with the new teacher 

- Q : 

A : vu'x., 



4. do homework 

-* Q : 

A : lit \ 




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(T) Translate the following sentences. Note that [the reason + to' 5] precedes the result. 

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

2. I will not take a walk today because it is raining. 

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



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



(5) Answer the questions, using [the short form + to' 5]. 
Example: Q : $ <D 1 L £ L 

J: to 



^<.A/Sj;to 

1. Q : ft it lift U/'^tzTiri'o 

L «4> *5 '.'-5'^ 

A : 

2. Q : $ <toto> L A '» 

A : 

3. Q : tb^'lt i i" 

A : 

4. Q : &#■*, IJti'o 

[Z (IA/ >1* ^A/Jito 

A : 




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s9bH|H<I«S (Listening Comprehension) 



$ n/uUia>5 



(A) Ken and Michiko are talking. Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions 
in Japanese. @wo 9 -a * 'f 7 ') T (Italy) 



l. tzi U«st< *•») tltzfr 

tit 



2. [i/L*/L/At>z*U l tzti' 

&A,o>A, t 



3. It/C^/C£<AA3* A lift! £ Lit?)' 






4. LX h -7 >li£"3 II& •) t -ft' 



(B) Jun is showing the picture taken at his birthday party. Where are the following 

people in the picture? @wo 9 -b * *r — + (cake) u 4 > (wine) 

1. ( ) Jun 

2. ( ) Jun’s friend 

3. ( ) Jun’s younger sister 

4. ( ) Jun’s older sister 

5. ( ) Jun’s younger brother 

6. ( ) Jun’s father 

7. ( ) Pochi 

(C) Listen to the dialogue at a shop. How many of each item did the shopkeeper 

sell? @ W09-C 

How many? Total amount 




1. coffee 


( 


) ¥ 


4. tea 


( 


) ¥ 


2. orange 


( 


) ¥ 


5. boxed lunch 


( 


) ¥ 



(t \sV ; s) 



3. rice ball ( ) ¥ 




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037 






c 




w 




(Questions) 



► Answer the following questions in casual style. 



l. *<nn <n^m±n-£'k'<tz'? 

li'/v 4(2 tz 



fe\'U^/c? 



2 . 

&A. C fa 



3. *<Dl jfcJ* 14? 



4. & 0 (Lesson 10) <7)ip.f§- £ % X. 4 ? 

Utf>o 4 A/ C* fc(f 



5. B^l®| £JL4? 

■frAjltPl x.1' 75'* 



£" 0 4 ' of;? 



6 . ^COB#, 

c ft ts *ic -r 



7. (STt 14? 

Uiio 4(2 




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1 < 5 - 






m \ \ nnmnarison between Two Items 

(T) Translate the following sentences. 

1 . Russia ( o -> T ) is larger than Canada 9) . 



2. Sundays are more fun than Mondays. 



3. Spock ( X -T° -y 9) is smarter than Kirk (ij — 9). 



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



A : I like baseball better. 



answers). 

£ tfo Tth 



A : 



2. Q : 

A : 



(n) Make comparative sentences (both questions and 

Example: Q : 0 7 7 X. \L v <T) 9 7 

ic (ja r 

A : B ^<r> 9 -7 x <n il n \d y T x o 

1C liA. Z’ 

l. Q : 



( * 10 » 



2 



Comparison among Three or More Items 



(T) Using the following categories, make “what/where/who is the most . . ques- 
tions and answer them. 



(Ex.) 




'fr A 






^01! 


(C (i A/ 1J J: o U 




-9 


$ -£0 




r 



Example: 

IC Ji a U 4'75' 

1. Q : 

A : 

2. Q : 

A : 

3. Q : 

A : 



( n) Make comparison sentences with the items below. 

Example: kanji / katakana / hiragana 

-* 9 3^«V'£|JXJ# Is'Tto 

fj'A. c *?)' ?)' a, e et* 

1. Takeshi / Robert / Professor Yamashita 



2. meat / fish / vegetables 




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Adjective/Noun + © 



( 7 ) Look at the pictures and complete the dialogue, using CO. 



Mary’s 




Takeshi’s 



Mary’s 




1. Q : /T')-* A(Dy + 7liL%bTt^o 



A : 

2 . Q : + '7li 

A : tzli L ^5 ^<7)T•f o 

3. Q : / r 'j — * L<0'<yy lit:" A bTt 

A : 

4. Q : z yiix — is L<oX'-f 

4-t> ! 

A : 



Takeshi’s 




o 



n ) 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 movie do you like? I like scary ones. 



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



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




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^ 17 ^ 

' «1QhH - ofepg 

; i ) Make sentences using --ofcDTr^". 

Example: see a movie tonight 

ft h 

1 . not go out on Sunday 

2. work for a Japanese company 

3. not get married 

4. study this week because we have an exam next week 

(n) Answer the following questions, using -ofeDTr^". 
l. 



2. Ztf) fsj£ L £-f tf'o 

UtJo fctc 



3 . B L i fi )' 0 

$ tC d. 



4. £ L i “t* 



%10«E | Adjective + &1> 

(T) Describe the following changes, using D ^ U Tc. 



5 




(n) Translate the following sentences, using the verb Pay attention to the 

order of elements in the sentences “(reason clause) ft' 5, (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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(T) Based on the picture below, complete the following conversation. 





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v ' x. $ tz x. 5 v ' 



z : -t i Tirt'o 2. 



/T x ) — : i-fo 






AAZ : 

id 

<AAZ : £"<7) CbV'Tj'Tj'iJ ft 4' 

/ T U — : 4 



n) Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 

1. Q : Are you going anywhere next holiday? 



A • No, I am not going anywhere. 

2. Q ! Did you do anything last weekend? 
A ! No, I did not do anything. 

3. Q I Did you meet anyone at the party? 



A • No, I did not meet anyone. 










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£ X\hj U M> 5 



(A) Mary and her friends are talking about the upcoming winter vacation. Listen to 
the dialogue and fill in the chart in Japanese. @wio-a 





L"Z IC 

fr$ i-rrf' 


£IC 


L"CO < x v ' 
ft $ £ -f 

i,' 


^yr 1 )- 








XZ7 / \ — |> 








^ /bit L 








© x ~ 









(B) Naomi, who is a student at a Japanese language school, wants to go to 
college in Japan. She is interested in three universities (Hanaoka, Sakura, 
and Tsushima). Listen to the conversation between Naomi and her Japanese 
teacher and answer the questions in Japanese. @wio-b * (tuition) 

/><< V- 
fcfc 



2 . bttK 



3. C CtfX* < T'£'<7) t-tti'o L'h * iti'o 

l' 



4. £<n±^<n h ^ ' A liXv h ' t-T tf' 0 

«i'^< \z r 




98»>£ig 



© Read Michiko’s diary. Listen to the questions and write your answers in Japanese. 

0W1O-C 




1 . 



2 . 



3 . 



4 . 



5 . 



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C*lQwl |H*.^Udo (Questions) 

cfc 

(^Answer the following questions in Japanese. 



1 . 

tc 1<D &7b' **= 1- 



2 . 'otf*v Tt^'o lTT 1 "tf'o 

$ -tiro 4'?5' i* 



3. + T-T^'o Z'l LTT-T^'o 

4 '^' 1 " 



4. £> A 7c £ H '£~>%<r>\1 1 tf'o 

(Z I1A r -£A-£i' •£ fcrt' 



5. jfe^/zii^'5 Tif $ £"<7) i-ftf'o 

t-'X. T^oC.-? l' 



6 . fyi£<nfoJi.\z)?z-i)'\zft-S'$ir-h'o 

zk f *+ i' 



7 . ^j>'i i l tzt'o 

■£Al#7 lti>-)£o &|z 



8. ?fc lit <7) 2 ||^ /d AL tHC^V ' £ L tz Ac 

-tirA/l#-) Lrt»oio £> 




too^sE-stai 









(T) Choose from the list below two things you want to do and two things you don’t 
want to do and make sentences. 



dj\z%% £&£*>*>* f #$ < 

<7)1? b lifcfc 



1. What you want to do: 



2. What you don’t want to do: 



a. 



a. 



b. 



b. 



(n) Write if you wanted or did not want to do the following things. 



Example: go to school 



c ft ts 



<7)B^ „ 

c ft ts 



fmzft*tzt'-otzT-f 0 / 



1 . own a dog 



2. eat snacks 



3. ride a train 



4. be a singer 



5. playgames 



£1S • 35£teyyylOi 



353. 






( mil m 




~TcO~rcO?Z> 



(T) Translate the following sentences, using ~7cD~7cD. 

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, watch a Japanese movie, etc., at home. 

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

6. You must not smoke, drink beer, etc., at the dormitory ( ( J J: l ) . 



(n) Answer the questions, using ~7cD~/cD. 



l. -r— jsj £ l Or t $' 0 

* friz 



2. l £ l tzt'o 



3. J; <J5J£ Li 

- Vi. > * 



4. WiycV'T-f Jj'o 

- / V I f - 




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(T) Choose from the list below three things you have done and three things you 
have never done and make sentences. 



oj k&z b *#3S*tt* mtm 

Mi IC (JA.U j: ^ i; o< Z' & L toC 7i' 



to life 6 < 1* 



■tfA/dirl' T tJ' tt 



% 1 >' To co 



t°T / £f 0 

*«9 



1 . What you have done: 



2. What you have never done: 



a. 



a. 



b. 



b. 



c. 



c. 



(n) Make questions and answers using the cues. 

Example: to tell a lie 

- Q : 

A : liv \ *‘j i-T./v'ojt, 



1 . to cut classes 

— Q : 

A : 

2. to climb Mt. Fuji (IF drill) 

- Q : 

A : 




C i | I ll^ Noun A P Noun B 

(^Answer the questions with ~ J P~. 
l. ‘j i i" tJ'o 

*,>5' fctc 



2 . WI^/cV'T'-M 

V'i U 0 7 £ A/ X. A/ 75' 



3. Mi H \zfti & b^'t Itzt'o 

V *ic 



4. J: < iTcicff $ 

* 1 - a i' 



5. /zHU^v'^oT-fsJ'o 



6 . 3 Z 4 <ir> ‘J i-ftf 

ic tiAJU'? IJ Ac 



7. t5 



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C &\ | ^ HaK$f H (Listening Comprehension) 



tlhj UW>5 



(A) 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. tjjjjlwil-A * L — -f- (beach) 



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 j. taking a spa bath 





1. last vacation 




2. 


next vacation 





( )( 


) 


( 


) 


ct L 3 


( )( 


)( : 


) ( 


) 


ItL 


( ) 




( 


)( 



(B) Listen to the three short dialogues and choose the most appropriate answer(s). 

(jjlwn-B 

1 . They are going to have [ a. pizza b. sushi c. spaghetti (X^Tyrt)]. 

2. They are going to watch [ a. Godzilla b. Titanic c. E.T. d. undecided ]. 

3. What are they going to do in New York? 

Today: [ a. shopping b. art museum c. movie d. musical ( i n. — vil )l)\ 

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



(C) Listen to the dialogue and fill in the blanks. @ wi i-c 

1. JT ') -i Lit, 4\ 

2. b^^Lit, 

z t 5 

3. 



£ o o i L/co 
KtoTcH/co 
KfoToU/:, 







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(Questions) 




(T) Answer the following questions about your trip in Japanese. 



1. Z'Z left $ i L /:K 

V' 



2. f : Ttt i L i L (Use ~ A 'J ~ tz <) .) 

SrC 



3. Tlfzti' 0 Itzfro (Use K 1 .) 

tz in &ic tz 



4. ZL+XffiTltzti'o (Use~T/~T.) 

tzt, 



5. £ tzft $ /c X ' T'-f 5j'o t;"i IT T-f jK 

l' 



(n) Answer the following questions in Japanese. 

c * iz 



2. £ir 



3. ^Mi:^‘ U /c^T-fjJ'o ITTf^'o 

4rtC 




106»»£?i5-:g%li 



037 , 






®12sO-A/W 



(T) Answer the question using ~A/7T'3" according to the given cues. 
Q : £"? ItzLT-tt'o 

l. A : 



(have a stomachache) 



2. A : 



3. A : 



4. A : 



5. A : 



6. A : 



(broke up with my girlfriend) 



(caught a cold) 



(hangover) 



(lost my wallet) 



(the grade was bad) 



(ff) Make up the reasons and answer the questions with ~/uZr‘3\ 
1. Q : Yi ITT/I/'M k £ LTuUm. 

A : 



2. Q : Yn 

Ci4>£«fc n 



A : 



3. Q : Yn -ft' 0 

07 )' 

A : 




4. Q : 

$ A/t) i ■? 




zsgg'Si&ft ►►► 107 



( $12is0~?£% 


(T) Complete the sentences according to the given cues. 


1. 


o 


t5' L 


(too sweet) 


2. 


o 


U J J: 


(too difficult) 


3. 4^011 


tf'b. 3M&I2JT * /c < 4-V'T-fo 


5 J: *9 


75'* o C p l' 

(too cold) 


4. 7fe2SL 


o 




(I worked too much) 


5. $ <n n , 


o 




(I watched TV too much) 


6. 


?5'b, m^m< 4-‘j £ i/co 




. . fcfci V'fc 

(was too nervous) 


7. 


Tj'b. <n < 4' •) i l£ 0 




(sang songs too much) 


8. 


4^0 life!* Life 




j ± "5 ^ A/ $ i ■? 

(played around too much) 



(n) Complain about something or somebody, using 

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

mother / teacher 



1 . 



2 . 




108 >» ^ 15- 385611 



^ 57 . 



^ PL 



mT2mB 



( ^Translate the following sentences. 

1. You had better go to a hospital. 

2. You had better memorize kanji. 

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

4. You had better not worry. 

5. You had better not smoke. 

6. You had better not tell a lie. 



n) Give advice using <£. 

1. Your friend : X T"t 0 

You : 



2. Your friend : 



You : 



3. Your friend : tf'-tf £ CM '/b/CT-fo 



You : 




*** 109 



(T) Translate the following sentences, using —(DU. Note that [the reason + (D7!] 
precedes the result. 

1. I am tired, because I am busy every day. 



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



3. I like her, because she is kind. 



4. I read the newspaper every day, because I am interested in politics. 



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. 



(nj Answer the questions, using —(DT:. 

Example: Q ! $ CO -7 M 1 $k L t L tz 

L*)> < /cl' 

1. Q : ^ + 

A : 

2 . Q : 

A : 

3. Q : 

A : 



1 !<>►►► SB -£3* 



737. 






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(T) Read the first half of the sentences. Then, choose what you have to do from 
the list and complete the sentences using tpUMd^ti/u. 

You may use the same words only once. 

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



1. 1b l tz\±1h^^b1^^1b^<DX\ 

< U tvp $ i n 

2 . m it ±6<dx\ 

btzt> tvZin liU 

3. — 

ibl'lH)-) t 

4. 

i>'h rfti $ 

5. L < ty^tz<DX\ 

i "9 



(n) 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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(&\ 2 & 






(T)You are a meteorologist. Look at the table and report the weather and the 
temperature of each location with ~T:U<£ z>. 



Tomorrow’s Weather 







^ 'H 




-ca, b 


b tSA/ 


Ex. tt&it 


a- 


5°C 


1. AS 




17°C 


t ^ b in 






2.±m. 


T 


20°C 


3. 




24°C 




/ \ 





Example: £> L tz If T L X 1 0 Cb^'T'L J: 1 0 

tiojS'V't-j »}>S 5 ISA ^ f 



1. 



2. 



3. 



(n) Report tomorrow’s weather of the place you live. 







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(Listening Comprehension) 

^ tt/o Utto 



(A) Listen to the three dialogues at the health clinic. Mark O for the symptoms 
each patient has and write down the doctor’s suggestion in Japanese. @wi2-a 

* * L (raw fish) >f2o £ (± (take one’s temperature) 



Patient 


sore 

throat 


head- 

ache 


stomach- 

ache 


cough 


fever 


doctor’s suggestion 


i 














2 














3 















(B)Two colleagues are talking at the office. Listen to the dialogue and answer the 
following questions in Japanese. @wi2-b 

btZ Vb d <T> l' 



2. 1 7’Hf> h L /:^'o 

fctC Vb fr 



(Cj Listen to tomorrow’s weather forecast and fill in the chart in Japanese. (jjjj)wi2-c 





XA h 


*Vjni 

$ tiA 


i. 

b n S tn 




°c 


2. ^777 (Moscow) 




°c 


3. ^7 O 7 (Bangkok) 




°c 


4. -b y ^ 7 (Canberra) 




°c 




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(Questions) 



(^Answer the following questions in Japanese. 



1 . & l felt 

XL $ 






2 .^, 

i 'i $ XL %L ¥ 



3. ij £-f tJ'o 

V'J *IC ^*7 cfc 



4. 

u li/v r i 4 ><£i' m? 



5. ii-7j' 0 



6. fsft l/c(l7 jJ«V'OT*f tf'o 

4 'U 



7. f^£ l^'lt;ftlf\'lt£-t+/C7K 

C. L *7 1*7 £o 4'(c 



8 . iTB^i^fe^LTuit^o 

u ija, r ^Liti 








<£ ft ' j 

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(Class) (Name) 



C ii I i^D Hiragana (& - cl) 

rc^^ uo to' 

(T) Practice writing the following ten hiragana {h through C). 



Hh 


& 


t 


& 


*> 


& 














\ ' 


\ 


V ' 


\ ' 


\ ' 
















to 




i 


to 


to 


to 














X. 




X. 


X. 


X. 


X. 
















In 


In 




fc 
















ip 


1 

& 


* 




















* 


* 


£ 


* 


* 


$ 














< 


< 




< 


















It 


i 

it 


i- 


It 


It 


It 














s- 




- 




— * 

















(n) Copy and romanize the words below. 



l. Z v ' 


3. 


5. V 'It 


(carp) 


(hill) 


(pond) 


2 . t x. 


4 . hh 


6.^< 


(above) 


(autumn) 


(write) 



(i) Write the words below in hiragana. 



l. 


au 


3. ai 


5. 


koe 




(meet) 


(love) 




(voice) 


2. 


ie 


4. kao 


6. 


kiku 




(house) 


(face) 




(listen) 






(Class) 



(Name) 



[¥Q Hiragana (£ - £.) 



(?) Practice writing the following ten hiragana {tE through <h). 




(n) Copy and romanize the words below. 



1 

(morning) 

2 

(land) 



3. tf'/zT 5. 

(one hand) (season) 

4. -f L 6. X: £ 

(name of Japanese cuisine) (outside) 



(m) Write the words below in hiragana. 



1. tasuke 
(help) 



3. sekai 

(world) 



5. toshi 

(age) 



2. chikatetsu 
(subway) 



4. kasa 

(umbrella) 



6. asoko 

(over there) 







^7. 

(Class) 



_ 

(Name) 



l is H Hiragana (& - (5) 



(T) Practice writing the following ten hiragana (& through (5). 







y* 


ft 


tk' 


ft 














1C 


l 

IC 


r 


IC 


IC 


IC 














At 


V 


a 


At 


At 


At 














ti 


1 


ft 




fc 


& 
















<n 








<0 














li 


l 

li 


1- 


li 


li 


li 














tA 


U 




£A 


U 


£A 














> 

O' 


O 


O' 


> 

O' 


O' 


O' 














'X 






-'X 


^X 


"X 














II 


1 

I s 


r 

11 


II 


II 


(I 















na 

ni 

nu 

ne 

no 

ha 

hi 

fu 

he 

ho 



(5) Copy and romanize the words below. 



1. 

(skin) 

2. frlCtf' 

(something) 



3. {1 ta 

(bone) 

4. L 

(die) 



5. z<n\i 

(leaf) 

6. ^sf z 

(clumsy) 



l) Write the words below in hiragana. 



1. fune 
(boat) 

2 . /705/7/ 
(star) 



3. hana 

(flower) 

4. /?eso 

(navel) 



5. nuno 
(cloth) 

6. hiniku 
(sarcasm) 







03^. 

(Class) 



_ 

(Name) 



( % _| II Q Hiragana (^ - £) 

Tcl\ Uo fi' 

(T) Practice writing the following eight hiragana through <k). 



* 


$ 




i 


i 


i 


















A 


A 


















t; 


iJ 


i, 


cU 


t; 


















\ 




<36 


hb 


<36 














i 


L 

£ 


t 


i 

u 


£ 


£ 














V 
























rp 


1 o 




Yp 


rj) 


rp 














X 




J: 


S*>% 


Jt 


X 















ma 



mi 



mu 



me 



mo 



ya 



yu 



yo 



(n) Copy and romanize the words below. 



i. £ £> 3. t; n 

(town) (chest) 



2 . U*X 

(store) 



4. Kptf) 

(dream) 



5. t K* 

(fog) 

6 . XV 

(read) 



(m) Write the words below in hiragana. 



1. mochi 
(rice cake) 



3. kami 

(paper; hair) 



5. musume 

(daughter) 



2. matsu 
(wait) 



4. oyu 

(hot water) 



6. yoyaku 

(reservation) 






(Class) (Name) 



C 




fc'U Uo Jb' 



Hiragana (5 - M 




(7) Practice writing the following eight hiragana ( 5 through hj). 



b 




b 




















') 




'J 






















£ 






















ft 


i 


ft 




TL 


























A 














ft 


i 




1 ^ 


ft 
















£ 


£ 


* 


£ 


£ 


£ 
















ft 




ft 


ft 


ft 















( n) Copy and 

1 b b 1 

(laugh) 

2- Jt £ 

(night) 



romanize the words below. 

3. ^ ^ \ ^ 

(yellow) 

4. lift 

(sunny) 



5. £o|ftT 

(Watch out!) 

6- I /O') 

(psychology) 



( m) Write the words below in hiragana. 



1. wakaru 
(understand) 



3. me o(=wo) samasu 

(wake up) 



5. rainen 

(next year) 



2. rekishi 

(history) 



4. riron 

(theory) 



6. han ei 
(prosperity) 







(Class) (Name) 



Hiragana (Dots/Circles/Small S P, Kt>, 




© Copy and romanize the words below, paying special attention to letters with 
dots and circles. 



1. T* 

(event) 

2- C/c'O 

(historical period) 



(try hard) 

4. lixif < 

(Expo) 



(ff) Write the words below in hiragana , paying attention to letters with dots and 
circles. 



1. kaba 

(hippo) 



3. mondai 

(problem) 



2. gaikokujin 
(foreigner) 



4. shinpai 

(worry) 



(2) Copy and romanize the words below, paying special attention to small hiragana. 



i. fc $ t> < $ L 

(guest) 



5- fc £ *> 

(tea) 



2 - $ Jt fcX 

(last year) 

3. L ^ ' 

(society) 

4 A/CL L rj) 

(democracy) 



6. £A < x. L 

(100 yen) 

7. HCJ: 

(neighborhood) 

8. I) j; t'L 

(Japanese inn) 



©Write the words below in hiragana, paying special attention to small hiragana. 



1. kyoka 

(permission) 



4. chokin 

(savings) 



2. densha 

(train) 



5. shukudai 

(homework) 



3. jinja 

(shrine) 



6. sanbyaku 
(three hundreds) 




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(T)Copy and romanize the words below, paying special attention to the double 
consonants. 



1. V ' o tJh ' 

(once) 

(coffee shop) 

3. -f o £ 

(all along) 



4- L otf 

(tail) 

5- &XA*V ' 

(guide) 



(n) Write the words below in hiragana, paying attention to the double consonants. 



1. issho 
(together) 



3. kippu 

(ticket) 



2. motto 
(more) 



4. zannen 

(regrettable) 



(i) Copy and romanize the words below, 



1- in tJ' il /C 

(mother) 



paying attention to the long vowels. 
4. 

(peace) 



2 . &ICV. ' * A 

(older brother) 



5 .*ltzL 

(consultation) 



3- < 1 $ 

(air) 



6 .-T 9 1 : 

(number) 



(jv) Write the words below in hiragana, paying attention to the long vowels. Note 
especially that “ee” and “oo” sequences are transcribed as if they are “e/” and 
“ou," respectively. 



1. ojiisan 

(grandfather) 



4. gakusee 

(student) 



2. obaasan 
(grandmother) 



5. otoosan 

(father) 



3. tsuuyaku 

(interpreter) 



6. tookyoo 
(Tokyo) 







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(ff) Write the words below in katakana. 

Unlike the hiragana writing system, long vowels in katakana words are transcribed with 
a bar. For example: 'J — ( ' in hiragana), il— in hiragana). 



(okay) 

2- It— $ 

(cake) 

3- 1 

(wear) 



4- Z-< 

(coke) 

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(kiwifruit) 

6. Z I & 

(cocoa) 



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(T) Practice writing the following ten katakana (tf through h). 



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(n ) Write the words below in katakana. 



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5. 




(Caesar) 




(tacos) 


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(suit) 




(cheese) 


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(set) 




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(socks) 




(deck) 




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(T) Practice writing the following ten katakana {i~ through Ttv). 



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(n) Write the words below in katakana . 

1. 

(bossa nova) 

2 . — 

(canoe) 

3. |± — 

(herb) 

4. if* \z 

(bikinis) 

5-tL'oO 

(nuts) 



6 . Ko £ 

(pet) 

7. z fa 

(connection) 

8. li o 

(happy) 

9. fa < /c v ' 

(necktie) 

io. <o— £ 

(notebook) 




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(7) Practice writing the following eight katakana (V through 3). 

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(n) Write the words below in katakana. 



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hi) — — 


(memo) 




(user) 


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(mood) 




(cap) 


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(?) Practice writing the following eight katakana (z? through y). 



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(wo) 



( n ) Write the words below in katakana. 

The small katakana x is used with ■> and & to transcribe the sounds “she” and “che”: 
y x > F (shepherd) and f xy 7 (check), for example. 



1 . 

(Europe) 

2 . b o < -f 

(wax) 

3. 'S o £ 

(roulette) 



5. b — -<*6 A 

(ramen noodle) 

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(Shakespeare) 

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(Che Guevara) 



4. 7}' 

(Africa) 



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(yoghurt) 




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(T) Write the numbers in kanji. 






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5. 67,000 




2. 300 


6. 128,000 




3. 1,500 


7. 1,000,000 




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(n) Write in kanji. 

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2. A : \'t+iL T-T^'o B : Ti"o 

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(ffl) Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 

1. This watch is 49,000 yen. 

2. That bag is 5,300 yen. 

3. Ms. Yamanaka gets up at six. 

4. Ms. Kawaguchi goes to college at seven. 

5. Mr. Suzuki usually goes to bed at about twelve. 



6. I sometimes drink coffee at a cafe. The coffee is 180 yen. 







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(T) Write in kanji. 

1. Sunday 

2. Monday 

3. Tuesday 

4. Wednesday 



5. Thursday 

6. Friday 

7. Saturday 



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(n) Write in kanji. 

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( m} Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 

1 . I went to a restaurant with a Japanese friend on Friday. 

2. I got up at about ten thirty on Saturday. 

3. I went to a temple alone on Monday. 

4. The book is on the desk. The newspaper is under the book. 




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(n) Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 

1. I am now in Japan. 

2. Ms. Tanaka is fine. Mr. Yamakawa is not fine. 

3. I went to the mountain with a Japanese man and woman. 

4. I drank coffee with my friend on Tuesday. 

5. On Wednesday, I ate dinner at home. And then I watched TV. 



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(n) Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 

1. There are lots of foreign teachers in my college. 



2. The college is to the left of a bank. 



3. Go out the east exit and go to the right, please. 



4. The restaurant is near the south exit. 



5. I ate fish and drank tea at the restaurant. 



6. I waited for twenty minutes at the north exit. 




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(n) Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 

1. Kyoko’s younger sister is a high school student. 

2. Kyoko’s mother works for a small company. 

3. Kyoko’s father comes home late every day. 

4. I am studying Japanese and literature. 



5. Ms. Minami speaks English a little. 




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(n) Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 

1. I read a newspaper on a train. 



2. I made a questionnaire. 



3. I think company employees in Japan are busy. 



4. What do you do on holidays? 



5. My mother said that she would go to Tokyo next week. 



6. The next train comes at eleven o’clock. 




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0 Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 

1 . I wrote a letter to my friend in the afternoon. 

2. I read a book for one hour at home. 

3. I had a talk with Ken’s father. It was interesting. 

4. The name of Mr. Yamashita’s dog is Hachi. 

5. My dictionary is a little old. 



6. Please come to my house. Let’s talk. 




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( n) Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 

1. I live in a small town. 

2. It snowed yesterday morning. 

3. I sold my old car and bought a new one. 

4. Ms. Yamada is tall and has long hair. 

5. Do you have an umbrella? 



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6. This road becomes quiet at night. 




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(6) Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 



1. On my days off I watch movies, sing songs, and so on. 



2. My friend lives in my neighborhood. 



3. I traveled to various places. 



4. I don’t want to go to a hospital tomorrow. 



5. I want to become famous in the future. 



6. Please write a letter to me. 



7. I have never studied foreign languages. 




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(ff) Using the kanji you know, translate the sentences into Japanese. 



1 . I like red color and blue color. 



2. Let's go to see a movie in the near future. 



3. I don't like getting up early in the morning. 



4. I don't want to separate from you. 



5. May I use a telephone? 



6. I have to work this weekend.