Japanese Language Book Shin Nihongo no Kiso 1 Chapter 9 Section B Part 6 in Page 74

Japanese Language Book Shin Nihongo no Kiso 1 Chapter 9 Section B Part 6 in Page 74

This is an article which is actually another part of series of article where the grammar focus is about how to create a sentence with the additional particle ‘kara’. This particle is mainly used to arrange a compound or a complex sentence combining several clauses or sentences. It is used to give a reason in a subjective point of view for an activity or a situation happened. The Japanese language grammar itself will be used further in Shin Nihongo no Kiso 1 chapter 9 practice B part 5 in page 74. Before answering the questions given In that part, below are the pattern and also the example given to give a further description about the Japanese language grammar usage :

 

Pattern    :

 

Kanji : 文1 から 文2 。。。
Hiragana : ぶん1 から ぶん2 。。。
Romaji : bun 1 kara bun 2 。。。
Meaning : sentence 1 particle kara sentence 2 。。。

 

Below is the example of how to use those sentence’s pattern :

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 7

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 7

This is an article where a passage exist and is given in order to test the reading and understanding comprehension of Japanese language in form of a paragraph. The paragraph itself consists of several sentences describing a specific subject. After delivering the passage, there are several questions which is followed that is needed to be answered. Based on the information given in the passage, answer the question by stating whether the statement given in the question is true or false. Judging from the information in the passage using the understanding aspect, the correct answer about the sentence can be retrieved whether it is true or false. Read all of the passage and questions given Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 Additional Section Part 7 in page 79.

 

山田さんとダンス

山田さんは ダンスが 好きです。 毎晩 ダンスの 学校へ 行きます。ダンスの 先生は きれいな 人です。山田さんは 上手では ありませんが、きれいな 先生に 習いますから、毎日楽しいです。先生の 誕生日に コンサートの チケットを あげました。先生は 友達と 行きました。山田さんは とても 残念です。

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 6

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 6

In this article, description concerning the usage of particle ‘kara’ and the understanding of sentence created in Japanese language as part of the question is being tested in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 Additional Section Part 6 in page 79. The question is in form of unfinished sentence ended with particle ‘kara’. These unfinished sentences must be completed by choosing one correct clause which is provided from several clauses as option’s answers.

The focus on this article is the usage of particle ‘kara’. It is actually being able to choose the right clause as the correct pair of the other part of sentence which is provided as the main question. Since particle ‘kara’ is the right particle used to express a reason or a cause for something the whole sentence in a complete form must be correlate one part to another.  Below is the pattern mentioned :

Hiragana : 。。。(1) から 。。。(2)
Romaji : 。。。(1) から 。。。(2)
Meaning : 。。。(1) から 。。。(2)

 

(1):This is the first part of the sentence given as part of the question

(2):This is the second part of the sentence which is selected from the available option’s answer.

To be able to choose the correct part of sentence as in no. 2, the first part sentence in no. 1 must be examined first so that both part will have the right correlation.

The example can be found in  Minna no Nihongo 1 chapter 9 Additional Section Part 6, below are all of the answers of all the questions which can be seen on it :

1.Answer

 

Kanji                   :

テニスが 好きですから( 毎週 します )。

Hiragana            :

テニスが すきですから( まいしゅう します )。

Romaji               :

Tenisu ga suki desu kara ( maishuu shimasu )。

Meaning             :

Because I love tenis, I do it every week.

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 5

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 5

Another article concerning how to answer the question with the suitable particle in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 Additional Section  part 5 in page 79. Particles such as ‘ga’ and ‘kara’ is the main particles used to answer several questions given is in the form of sentence. Those particles will be used to fill the  part of the sentence which is in the empty bracket. Just select the suitable particle to fill the empty bracket so the right sentence will be created as a whole.

The example can be found in  Minna no Nihongo 1 chapter 9 Additional Section part 5, below are all of the answers of all the questions which can be seen on it :

 

1.Answer

 

Kanji                   :

マリアさんは ダンス( が )上手です。

Hiragana            :

マリアさんは ダンス( が )じょうずです。

Romaji               :

Maria-san wa dansu ( ga ) jyouzu desu。

Meaning             :

Maria is skillful at dancing.

(Maria dance skillfully).

The above question’s answer is particle ga. In this context, this particle is used to describe a value of aspect or the characteristic of the subject defined in the sentence. That value is skillful, clever and smart.  And the aspect is about dancing which point out that the subject’s dance ability is skillful.

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 4

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 4

The article this time is  about how to answer the question by picking the right interrogative pronoun in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 additional section part 4 in page 78. The question given is in form of sentence with part of it contains empty bracket. To answer the question, select the right or suitable interrogative pronoun to fill the empty bracket so that the sentence overall become the right sentence.

There are several option of interrogative pronoun which can be chose to fill in for the empty bracket in the question given in the book.

In the above Japanese language conversation given as an example to solve questions regarding problems given in Minna no Nihongo 1 chapter 9 additional section part 4, below are all of the answers of all the questions which can be seen on it :

1.Answer

 

Kanji                   :

カリナさんは( どんな ) 料理 が 好きですか

。。。韓国料理が 好きです。

Hiragana            :

カリナさんは( どんな ) りょうり が すきですか

。。。かんこくりょうりが すきです

Romaji               :

Karina-san wa( donna ) ryouri ga suki desuka

。。。kankoku ryouri ga suki desu。

Meaning             :

What kind of cooking (dishes) does Karina like ?

。。。(I) like korean cooking。

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 3

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Additional Section Part 3

In this article, an additional exercise which exists in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 additional section part 3 in page 78 was made to test several vocabulary usage whether it can be selected in the appropriate sentence . The example is also given in the book so that there is a full understanding and also further description for answering the question given.

There are four sentences with an empty bracket as part of it as the question given in the exercise. Alongside with the questions there are also option answers given which should be selected to fill those empty brackets so that the sentence overall will be the right sentence.

Regarding problems given in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 in the additional section of part 3, below are all of the answers of all the questions which can be seen on it :

1.Answer

Kanji                     :  マリアさんは 漢字が( 全然 )わかりません。

Hiragana            :マリアさんは かんじが( ぜんぜん )わかりません。

Romaji                 :  Maria-san wa kanji ga (zenzen) wakarimasen。

Meaning            :  Maria doesn’t understand kanji at all.

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Section C Part 2

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Section C Part 2

An article is created in this context using several Japanese language grammar pattern. The first one is expressing preference or the like of an item or subject which has already been discussed in the previous article. This Japanese language grammar pattern ‘ga suki’ is modified into an interrogative sentence in this context.

Another Japanese language grammar pattern is also used to express how to use Japanese language grammar pattern using ‘amari’ in order to describe the certain degree of an activity is done or an event occurred. Using the Japanese language grammar pattern ‘amari’ to express something which is a certain extent  not too much, seldom or rarely happened. It is used in a negative construction within a sentence. The other pattern which is also used in this article is the usage of particle kara which is utilized to express reason for activity done or event happened. For an exercise and for practising the above grammar pattern, there will be a question or problems provided in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 section C part 2 in page 77. The answer must be created based on the conversation pattern given as an example in the book itself. The conversation given contains the above grammar pattern. The Japanese language grammar pattern and example concerning the usage it described earlier to answer all the problems or questions exists in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 section C part 2 in page 77 will be shown below :

This is the first Japanese language grammar pattern using ‘ga suki’ in the form of interrogative sentence asking the preference or tendency to like the item or subject as follows :

Kanji : 。。。 好きですか
Hiragana : 。。。 すきですか
Romaji : 。。。 ga suki desuka
Meaning : 。。。 particle ga do you like ?

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Section C Part 1

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Section C Part 1

This is an article where a certain Japanese language grammar pattern involves which is the usage of ‘ga suki’ to express the fond of something. When a subject particularly like something whether it is in form of an activity or an item, the preference on it can be described by using ‘ga suki’ Japanese language grammar pattern.  In this article context, there will be a question or problems provided in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 section C part 1 in page 77. All of the problems exist on it will be answered based on the conversation pattern. In the conversation itself, the Japanese Language grammar pattern described earlier will be used as part of the answer. Below is the pattern and example concerning the usage of Japanese language grammar pattern described earlier as means to answer all the problems or questions exists in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 section C part 1 in page 77.

Pattern :

Kanji : 。。。 名詞 好きです(か)
Hiragana : 。。。 めいし すきです(か)
Romaji : 。。。 meishi ga suki desu(ka)
Meaning : 。。。 noun particle ga like(?)

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Section B Part 7

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Section B Part 7

In this article context, there will be a question or problems provided in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 section B part 7 in page 76. The problems need to be answered in form of conversation. In the conversation itself, there are several Japanese Language grammar pattern which is used as part of the answer. The first one is the usage of ‘doushite’ which is actually an interrogative pronoun used to ask for a reason an event will happen or already occurred even for an activity is going to be formed or have already done. The other one is the usage of particle kara which is used to display a reason given as answer for the question asked with the interrogative pronoun ‘doushite’. Below is the pattern and example concerning the usage of Japanese language grammar pattern described earlier as means to answer all the problems or questions exists in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 section B part 7 in page 76.

The overall grammar pattern using ‘doushite’ as interrogative pronoun and the usage of particle kara to present a reason:

Kanji A:  どうして 。。。
B:  。。。 から
Hiragana A: どうして 。。。
B:  。。。 から
Romaji A: doushite 。。。
B:  。。。 kara
Meaning A: why 。。。
B: 。。。 It is because of …

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Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Section B Part 5

Japanese Language Lesson Minna no Nihongo 1 Chapter 9 Section B Part 5

This is an article which is used to describe questions given in Minna no Nihongo 1 book chapter 9 section B part 5 in page 76. In this article, to ask a simple question whether someone has or has not an item, things or the possession of something, in Japanese language grammar pattern, particle ga can be used in this term combined with ‘arimasuka’. Since the question ask for the non-living things, ‘arimasuka’ is the suitable vocabulary used to ask for the existence. The combination of it can be seen in the following pattern and it is also followed with an example :

Below is pattern :

Kanji : 。。。 名詞 ありますか
Hiragana : 。。。 めいし ありますか
Romaji : 。。。 meishi ga arimasuka
Meaning : 。。。 noun particle kara are(is) there(exist) ?

The above pattern is asking about an item which is represented with a noun (meishi) is exist as part of the possession of the subject.

For an example based on the above pattern is shown as follows :

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