Japanese Language Book Shin Nihongo no Kiso 1 Chapter 11 Section B Part 4 in Page 90

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This is an article where the focus is solving the problems available in the Shin Nihongo no Kiso I book. The problem available in Chapter 11 Section B Part 4 in page 90. The problem is just to create a simple sentence based on the image provided. So, there is already a simple statement as part of the question. In order to answer the question, just modify that simple statement.

What is the rule for modifying the statement ?. First of all, just look at the image given along with the problems. It contains one image for one question. It is describing the number of the item mentioned in the question. So, modify the question by adding the number of the item mentioned in the question. There is a rule for modifying the question. Add a counter number for the associated item. In Japanese language grammar, 助数詞 [じょすうし] or counter for each item is different with one another. The following is the grammar pattern for it :

Kanji : 名詞 数・数字「助数詞」 。。。
Hiragana : めいし かず・すうじ「じょすうし」 。。。
Romaji : meishi wa kazu・suuji [jyosuushi] 。。。
Answer : noun nin total number・number [counter number] 。。。
Meaning : An item (noun) of (number) …

 

Example :

Kanji :

今日学校へ鉛筆を三本持ってきます。

Hiragana :

きょうがっこうへえんぴつをさんぼんもってきます。

Romaji :

Kyou gakkou e enpitsu wo sanbon motte kimasu.

Meaning :

Today I go and bring three pencils to the school.

The above example is describing certain pencils available for the subject to bring to the school. The counter for the object of pencil is ‘bon’ or ‘pon’ depends on the word attached to it before. That counter is for a long object such as pencil. So, using the above grammar pattern, the following is the answer sheet of the problems or questions exist in  Chapter 11 Section B Part 4 in page 90  :

1. Answer

Kanji :

テレビが 二台 あります。

Hiragana :

テレビが にだい あります。

。。。よにんです。

Romaji :

Terebi ga nidai arimasu.

Meaning :

There is two television.

2. Answer :

Kanji :

切符を 二枚 買いました。

Hiragana :

きっぷを にまい かいました。

Romaji :

Kippu wo nimai kaimashita.

Meaning :

(I) bought two (pieces of) tickets.

3. Answer :

Kanji :

みかんを 四つ 食べました。

Hiragana :

みかんを よっつ たべました。

Romaji :

Mikan wo yottsu tabemashita.

Meaning :

(I) ate four oranges.

4. Answer :

Kanji :

60円の 切手を 五枚 ください。

Hiragana :

60えんの きってを ごまい ください。

Romaji :

60 en no kitte wo gomai kudasai. 。

Meaning :

Please (give me) five pieces of 60 yen’s stamp .

Those are the possible answers for the questions sheets. In order to check for details, just see the question sheet in Shin Nihongo no Kiso I Chapter 11 Section B Part 4 in page 90.

 

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