Japanese Language Test JLPT 1999 Answer Sheet 4kyuu Dokkai Bunpou 4

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Japanese Language Test JLPT 1999 Answer Sheet 4kyuu Dokkai Bunpou 4

問題用紙

1999 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 one best answer from the option’s answer 1 2 3 4.

1.       A「どれが えきに 行く バスですか」。

B「____。」

Hiragana    :

A「どれが えきに いく バスですか」。

B「ええ、あれです。」

Romaji            :

A「dore ga eki ni iku basu desuka?」。

B「ee, are desu。」

Meaning     :

A「which one is the bus going to the train station ?」。

B「well, that one。」

Answer            :

1.はい、どれです

2.ええ、あれです

3.あの バスです

4.どの バスです

Romaji            :

1.hai, dore desu

2.ee, are desu

3.ano basu desu

4.dono basu desu

Meaning     :

1.yes, which one

2.well, that is

3.that bus

4.which bus

The above translation is a literal translation which can changed depends on the situation of the conversation.

Answer            : 2

The correct answer based on the above conversation is the expression exists in the second option. Since the question is using interrogative question‘dore’ which means ‘which one’ the answer is using one of the pronouns ‘kore, sore or are’ and it is basically pointed the whereabouts of the noun depends on the position from the speaker and the listener.  The pronoun ‘are’ is used whenever the location of the item is far both from the speaker and the listener.

2.A「すみませんが、こちらへ 来てくださいませんか。」

B「_____。」

Hiragana    :

A「すみませんが、こちらへ きてくださいませんか。」

B「はい、わかりました。」

Romaji            :

A「sumimasen ga、kochira e kite kudasaimasenka。」

       B「hai, wakarimashita。」

Meaning     :

A「excuse me、can you please come here ?。」

       B「yes, understood。」

 

 Answer            :

1.はい、ください

2.はい、わかりました

3.いいえ、ください

4.いいえ、わかりません

Romaji            :

1.hai, kudasai

2.hai, wakarimashita

3.iie、kudasai

4.iie、wakarimasen

Meaning           :

1.yes, please

2.yes, understood

3.no, please (it is not common or it rarely spoken)

4.no、I don’t understand

The above translation is a literal translation which can changed depends on the situation of the conversation.

Answer      : 2

The correct answer is in the second option based on the conversation shown in the above question. It is the correct once since it is the suitable responds of someone understanding the request given to come close.

3.       A「しょうゆを とって ください」

B「____。」

Romaji            :

A「shouyu wo totte kudasai」

B「hai, douzo。」

Meaning     :

A「please get (me) the soy sauce」

B「yes,  here you are。」

Answer            :

1.はい、どうぞ

2.いいえ、どういたしまして

3.どうも ありがとう

4.おねがいします

      Romaji            :

1.hai, douzo

2.iie, dou itashimashite

3.doumo arigatou

4.onegai shimasu

Meaning (literally)     :

1.yes, here you are (go ahead)

2.no, thank you very much

3.thank very much

4.please

The above translation is a literal translation which can changed depends on the situation of the conversation.

Answer      : 1

The correct answer based on the conversation given in the question is in the first option. This is an answer suitable to give or to invite the other party in this case to take the soy sauce which is being passed.

4.      A「わたしは テレビが かいたいです。」

B「_____。」

Romaji            :

A「watashi wa terebi ga kaitai desu。」

B「watashi mo desu。」

Meaning     :

A「I want to buy a TV。」

B「me too。」

Answer            :

1.この テレビに しました

2.そう しましょう

3.テレビを ください

4.わたしもです

Romaji            :

1.kono terebi ni shimashita

2.sou shimashou

3.terebi wo kudasai

4.watashi mo desu

Meaning    :

1.I did this television (incorrect expression, false used of word combination)

2.sou shimashou (yes let’s do it)

3.terebi wo kudasai (television please)

4.watashi mo desu ( I do too)

The above translation is a literal translation which can changed depends on the situation of the conversation.

Answer            : 4

The correct answer based on the conversation given in the question is in the fourth option. This is also the correct response based on the question and the situation in the conversation.

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