An Introduction To The Pronunciation of English by Gimson A C PDF

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Yamada-san to mo hanashimashita “I spoke with Mr. Nakamura. I also spoke with Ms. ” ኅߢߪ ߢߪീᒝߢ߈߹ߖࠎ‫ޕ‬࿑ᦠ㙚ߢ߽ ߢ߽ീᒝߢ߈߹ߖࠎ‫ޕ‬ uchi de wa benkyoo dekimasen. toshokan de mo benkyoo dekimasen “I cannot study at home. ” Directional ni and e, as well as the location particle ni are optional when wa or mo follows them. ᧲੩߳ⴕ߈߹ߒߚ‫ޕ‬ᄢ㒋(߳ ߳/ߦ ߦ)߽ ߽ⴕ߈߹ߒߚ‫ޕ‬ tookyoo e ikimashita. oosaka (e/ni) mo ikimashita “I went to Tokyo. ” Connective particles: to, ka, ya, toka, ga, keredomo, and kara There are two sets of connective particles in Japanese: those that occur between nouns and those that connect sentences or introduce dependent clauses.

Kobayashi is a college student. Mr. ” 2 ⑳ߪᲤᦺࠦ࡯ࡅ࡯ࠍ㘶ߺ߹ߔ‫ߪ{⨥⚃ޕ‬/߽}޽߹ࠅ㘶ߺ߹ߖࠎ‫ޔ߽ߢޕ‬ ࠝ࡟ࡦࠫࠫࡘ࡯ࠬ{ߪ/߽}ᤨ‫ޘ‬㘶ߺ߹ߔ‫ޕ‬ watashi wa maiasa koohii o nomimasu. koocha {wa/mo} amari nomimasen. demo, orenjijuusu {wa/mo} tokidoki nomimasu “I drink coffee every morning. I don’t drink tea very much. ” 3 ട⮮ߐࠎ{ߪ/߽}ᣣᧄੱߢߔ‫ߪ{ࠎߐࠢ࠶ࡌޕ‬/߽}㖧࿖ੱߢߔ‫ߐࡦࡖ࠴ޕ‬ ࠎ{ߪ/߽}ਛ࿖ੱߢߔ‫ޕ‬ katoo-san {wa/mo} nihonjin desu. bekku-san {wa/mo} kankokujin desu. chan-san {wa/mo} chuugokujin desu “Ms. Kato is Japanese. Mr. Baek is Korean. Ms. 5 Fill in each of the two blanks with a particle.

Here are some examples. ߩ߆߫ࠎ “my bag” ⑳ߩ watashi no kaban ࠳ࠗࡗߩ ߩࡀ࠶ࠢ࡟ࠬ “diamond necklace” daiya no nekkuresu Meaningoriented particles: ni, e, de, kara, made, and to ᧲੩ߩ ߩ㜞ᯅߐࠎ “Ms. Takahashi in/from Tokyo” tookyoo no takahashi-san ߩኋ㗴 “summer (break) homework” ᄐભߺߩ natsuyasumi no shukudai ↵ߩ ߩవ↢ “male teacher” otoko no sensee ᣣᧄ⺆ߩ ߩീᒝ “Japanese language study” nihongo no benkyoo There can be more than one no within a noun phrase. ᣣᧄ⺆ߩ ߩീᒝߩ ߩᤨ㑆 nihongo no benkyoo no jikan “time for studying Japanese” Meaning-oriented particles: ni, e, de, kara, made, and to Meaning-oriented particles are similar to English PREPOSITIONS, except that they appear after a noun phrase.

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