1. (namae): _____________________________ About Myself and Japan Copyright free images from http://www.printout.jp/clipart/
2. A I U E O W R Y M H N T S K Start here Hiragana Chart P B D Z G Exceptions A small doubles the following consonant = n but it can also be m The second o of a double o is written as except when the double o is at the st art of a word.
3. Classroom Expressions 1 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School Try these! Please sit and listen. ________________________________________________ Please sit and look. _______________________________________________ Please stand and listen. ___________________________________________ Please stand and look. _____________________________________________ Please read and listen. _____________________________________________ Please come in Please listen Please stand up Please sit down Please read Please write Please look Please wait Please be quiet Please open the window Please close the window Please close the door Copyright free images from http://www.printout.jp/clipart/
4. 2 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School Dzo haite, doa shimete tatte suwatte, kiite kudasai atode itte, kokoban o mite nto ni kaite, oboite kudasai Shizuka ni shite, gamu o sutete te o agete, dete kudasai Come in, close the __ __ __ __ stand up, __ __ __ __ __ __ __, listen please talk later, __ __ __ __ at the black board __ __ __ __ __ in your notebook, memorise please be __ __ __ __ __ , put gum in bin raise your hand, leave please Song of commands Sing the song then fill in the blanks in English.
5. Oyasumi nasai Konnichi wa Ohayoo gozaimasu Ja mata Konban wa Sayoonara 3 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School Copyright free images from http://www.printout.jp/clipart/
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7. 5 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School Test your understanding write the japanese greeting used for the following times In the morning until 10am. __________________________________________ From 10am until sundown __________________________________________ From sundown until bedtime _______________________________________ write these greetings and farewells in Japanese see you later _________________________________________ see you tomorrow ___________________________________ goodbye _________________________________________ hello (on the phone) __________________________________ good night _________________________________________ When you talk to someone and use their name, it is polite to add san to their name. It can be added to either a surname or a given name. kun can also be added to young boys names, and chan can be added to young girls names. sensei is added to the names of teachers. So, if you were talking to a lady called Akiko you would say akikosan. If you were talking to a young boy called Toshi you would say toshikun. If you were talking to a young girl called michiko you would say michikochan. If you were talking to your teacher Mr Tanaka you would say tanaka sensei. Never add san, kun or chan to your own name!!!!
8. 6 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School write these greetings in roomaji 1. Good morning Masako. ____________________________________________________________ 2. Good evening Hiroyuki ___________________________________________________________ 3. See you later Mari ________________________________________________________________ 4. Goodbye Taroo __________________________________________________________________ 5. Goodnight Yoko _________________________________________________________________ 6. Good day Jiroo __________________________________________________________________ 7. Goodbye Hiroshi _________________________________________________________________ 8. See you tomorrow Keiko ___________________________________________________________ 9. Good morning Mr Tanaka __________________________________________________________ 10. Hello Miss Yamada _______________________________________________________________ jikooshookai o shimasoo! Lets introduce ourselves Jikooshookai (self introductions) start with hajimemashite and end with doozo yoroshiku. Other sentences you will need: I am _________________________ watashi wa ________________________desu. (girls) boku wa _________________________desu. (boys) now write yourjikooshookai _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________
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11. Asking where someone is from Doko kara kimashita ka. Where do you come from? Doko kara desu ka. Where are you from? If you are talking to John himself, jon san wa doko kara kimashita ka. means John, where are you from? Responding Watashi wa oosutoraria kara kimashita. I come from Australia. Watashi wa oosutoraria kara desu. I am from Australia. Saying your nationality Watashi wa oosutoraria jin desu. I am Australian. You can say the town or suburb you come from by saying shidonii kara desu. 9 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School
12. Names of different countries The names of some cities Ask your teacher if your country or home town is not listed here. Nationalities Oosutoraria Australia Indoneshia Indonesia Nyuujiirando New Zealand Kanada Canada Amerika America Nihon Japan Oosutorariajin Australian Indoneshiajin Indonesian Nyuujiirandojin New Zealander Kanadajin Canadian Amerikajin American Nihonjin Japanese Ookurando Auckland Shidonii Sydney Jakarutaa Jakarta Tookyoo Tokyo Bankuubaa Vancouver Nyuuyooku New York Meruborun Melbourne 10 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School countries and nationalities
13. 1. 4. 5. 6. _________________ 2. _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ 3. 11 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School step 1 Listen to the dialogue. step 2Draw a line to match the person with their flag (of where they live). step 3Write their nationality on the line next to their flag. (Be careful, it may not be the same place).
14. Vocabulary doko Where? sunde imasu live Doko ni sunde imasu ka. Where do you live? Phrases To ask where someone lives, say Doko ni sunde imasu ka. To answer, give the place followed by ni sunde imasu. To say where you live, say Put the particle ni after the name of the place. Listen to the teacher say where he lives. Can you understand him? Your town (place) Watashi wa (place) ni sunde imasu. Ask your teacher to find out how to say your towns name in Japanese, then answer this question. Doko ni sunde imasu ka. 12 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School Copyright free images from http://www.printout.jp/clipart/
15. )#/')#/')#/')#/':! Plot7ontoanyspaceinthegrid wanisundeimasu. 13 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School
16. To make numbers 11- 19, say 10 then the final digit in Japanese. 14 About Myself and Japan Camden Haven High School counting 1-19 ichi roku ni nana (shichi) san hachi yon (shi) kyuu (ku) go juu 11 12 13 14 15 juuichi juuni