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Japanese Minna no Nihongo Answer Sheet Chapter 6 Practice C Part 3 Page 51

We will discuss a grammar pattern of –masenka ) -ませんか). It is actually an interrogative form although it has a –masen (-ません) or it’s negative part in it. The decisive part is it ends with か which is noted as an interrogative question. It is used as a polite form to invite someone or to ask some one to do an activity. But in this article, we will add another pattern which is asking to do the event together with一緒に (いっしょに).

The pattern is shown below :

Kanji                      : 一緒に         + 動詞 (-ませんか)

Hiragana              : いっしょに   + どうし(-ませんか)

Romaji                  : Isshoni               +     doushi (-masenka)

Meaning              : together            +     verb (-masenka)

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Posted on Sep 20, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 20, 2014

Japanese Language Proficiency Test Answer Sheet 1996 4kyuu Dokkai Bunpou Part 4

問題用紙

1996 4級

読解・文法

日本語能力試験

問題IV どのこたえがいちばんいいですか。1234からいちばんいいものをひとつえらびなさい。

Part IV Which answer is the best one. Please choose the best one from choice 1 2 3 4.

1. A「田中さんを しって いますか。」

B「ええ、_______。」

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Posted on Sep 18, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 18, 2014

Japanese Shin Nihongo no Kiso I Answer Sheet Chapter 3 Practice B Part 4 Page 23

Another function of‘dochira’(どちら)’s usage displayed in this article. The function of ‘dochira’(どちら) is shown by the example and also the answer of the question in Shin Nihongo no Kiso I chapter 3 practice B part 4 on page 23.

 It is an interrogative pronoun which is used to ask for a direction of place or location in the previous article but in this article it is used to ask the origin or country of a person come from or the origin of a person’s daily activity or work.

All of the complete questions is shown in Shin Nihongo no Kiso I chapter 3 practice B part 3 on page 23.

We will give a pattern and also an example based on the pattern :

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Posted on Sep 17, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 17, 2014

Japanese Minna no Nihongo Answer Sheet Chapter 6 Practice C Part 2 Page 51

In this article, we will discuss on using particle でto indicate the location of an action. The other thing is the usage of demonstration pronoun koko (ここ) which is used to point out a place or a location. Those are displayed in a form of conversation. The conversation is shown as a pattern to answer the question which is presented in Minna no Nihongo book chapter 6 practice C part three. The question which is given are only name of the place and also the activity which is done in the place.

So, based on the information given, we have to create a conversation consisting name of the place and also the activity which is done in the place.

We are going to present a conversation example based on the pattern :

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Posted on Sep 14, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 14, 2014

Japanese Language Proficiency Test Answer Sheet 1996 4kyuu Dokkai Bunpou Part 3

問題用紙

1996 4級

読解・文法

日本語能力試験

問題III_____のところになにをいれますか。1234からいちばんいいものをひとつえらびなさい。

Part III What has to be inserted into the underlined part. Please choose one best answer from choice 1 2 3 4.

1. この 本は_____ありませんでした。

Romaji :Kono hon wa (doko ni mo) arimasendeshita.

Meaning :This book didn’t exist anywhere.

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Posted on Sep 13, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 13, 2014

Japanese Shin Nihongo no Kiso I Answer Sheet Chapter 3 Practice B Part 3 Page 23

We will discuss the usage of ‘dochira’(どちら) in this article. The interrogative pronoun ‘dochira’(どちら) can be used to ask for a direction or a way to get to a certain place or location. The question which is given Shin Nihongo no Kiso I chapter 3 practice B part 2 is in an image form.

So, based on the image we have to create a question using ‘dochira’(どちら) in order to ask a location or place which is displayed in the image.

All of the complete questions is shown in Shin Nihongo no Kiso I chapter 3 practice B part 2 on page 23.

But first of all, we will going to inform a reference that can be used as apattern and also an example based on the pattern :

 

Pattern

Kanji       : 場所     +は+      どちら      +    ですか

Hiragana    : ばしょ   +は+      どちら      +    ですか

Romaji      : basho    +は+      dochira     +    desuka

Meaning     : which way is + the place ?

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Posted on Sep 10, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 10, 2014

Japanese Minna no Nihongo Answer Sheet Chapter 6 Practice C Part 1 Page 51

This article is related with the usage of Japanese language conjunction sorekara. As well as the complete explanation in the article http://www.japanese-language.info/grammar/japanese-language-conjunction-sorekara/ about one of the conjunction or setsuzokushi (接続詞・せつぞくし)in Japanese language, all the question which is exist in Minna no Nihongo book chapter 6 practice C part two is all about expressing or informing a series of activity in two separates sentence which is joined with ‘sorekara’ conjunction.

We will giving an example of that question which is displayed as shown below with the suitable pattern :

Pattern :

Kanji                      :文1                  + それから                            + 文2

Hiragana              :ぶん1           + それから                                               + ぶん2

Romaji                  :bun 1               +    sorekara                                 + bun2

Meaning              :1st sentence  +   after that, and then               + 2nd sentence

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Posted on Sep 9, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 10, 2014

Japanese Language Proficiency Test Question Sheet 1996 4kyuu Dokkai Bunpou Part 3

問題用紙

1996 4級

読解・文法

日本語能力試験

問題III_____のところになにをいれますか。1234からいちばんいいものをひとつえらびなさい。

Part III What has to be inserted into the underlined part. Please choose one best answer from choice 1 2 3 4.

1. この 本は_____ありませんでした。

1. どこに。 2.どこも。 3.どこもに。 4.どこにも

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Posted on Sep 8, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 13, 2014

Japanese Shin Nihongo no Kiso I Answer Sheet Chapter 3 Practice B Part 2 Page 23

In the article that is presented below, we will learn on using another demonstrative pronoun which is focusing on pointing a place or location. The article below contains question concerning about giving answer and one of those are demonstrative pronoun koko (ここ)、soko(そこ), and asoko (あそこ). The question which is given Shin Nihongo no Kiso I chapter 3 practice B part 2 is asking where is the location of a person.

To be able to ask about a person’s whereabouts, we can use interrogative pronoun どこ. The question given is an interrogative pronoun asking where is a person’s whereabouts and the answer will be a specific name of location or place where the person is or a demonstrative pronoun pointing the location or the place. All of the complete questions is shown in Shin Nihongo no Kiso I chapter 3 practice B part 2 on page 23. Below is a reference on what kind of question which is being given and also the answer pattern :

Pattern

Hiragana    : 。。。     +    どこ  +    ですか

Romaji      : …      +    doko  +    desuka

Meaning     : where is + … ?

Below is the example :

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Posted on Sep 7, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 7, 2014

Japanese Minna no Nihongo Answer Sheet Chapter 6 Practice B Part 7 Page 50

The question which is exist in Minna no Nihongo book chapter 6 part seven is all about extending or stating an invitation to do an activity to other person in an interrogative sentence. This article will give answers based on those question. We will use the form or pattern of‘。。。ませんか’as an interrogative question for asking someone to do an activity together.

We will giving an example of that question which is displayed as shown below with the suitable pattern :

Pattern :

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Posted on Sep 6, 2014 - Last updated on Sep 6, 2014

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