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1.4.1: Drills and Exercises

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    A. Cue: Renshuu-shimasu ka. Will you practice?

    Response: Ee, chotto renshuu-shimasen ka. Yes, why don’t we practice a little?

    Cue: Kaimasu ka. Will you buy it?

    Response: Ee, chotto kaimasenka. Yes, why don’t we buy a little?

    B. Cue: Yasumimashita ne. You were absent, right?

    Response: Kinou wa yasumimashita kedo, ototoi wa yasumimasen deshita. I was absent yesterday, but I wasn’t the day before yesterday

    Cue: Ikimashita ne. You went, right?

    Response: Kinou wa ikimashita kedo, ototoi wa ikimasen deshita. I went yesterday, but I didn’t the day before yesterday.

    C. Say it in Japanese.

    You’ve been asked about your plan for this weekend.

    1. I’ll study.

    2. Why don’t we talk tomorrow?

    3. I emailed you yesterday. Didn’t you read it?

    4. I don’t know, but why don’t we go out?

    5. I’ll just take a break, but how about you, Mr. Yamada?

    D. Act in Japanese.

    1. You’ve just finished writing a report. Announce that it’s done.

    2. You have just given an intern some instructions. Check if he understood.

    3. As you part, let Ms. Honda know that you’ll email her.

    4. A classmate is late in showing up. Suggest that somebody call her.

    5. While driving, you see Ms. Honda walking. Offer her a ride.

    6. Ms. Honda is looking for something. Ask if she didn’t buy it yesterday


    This page titled 1.4.1: Drills and Exercises is shared under a not declared license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Emiko Konomi (Portland State University Library) .

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