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  1. Japanese FJ101Fall 2007 Dr. Erica Zimmerman Assistant Professor of Japanese (zimmerma@usna.edu) Language Studies Department

  2. Beginning Class Leader says: きりつ (kiritsu) Class: Stand up Leader says: れい (rei) Class: Bow Sensei: おはようございます。 (ohayoo gozaimasu) Class: せんせい, おはようございます。 (sensei, ohayoo gozaimasu.) Leader says: ちゃくせき (chakuseki) Class: Sit down

  3. Ending Class Leader says: きりつ (kiritsu) Class: Stand up Leader says: れい (rei) Class: Bow Sensei says: おつかれさまでした。  (otsukaresama deshita.) Class says: ありがとうございました。  (arigatou gozaimashita.)

  4. Bowing (Ojigi) in Japan • In Japan, they greet each other by bowing instead of handshaking. • Japanese people tend to become uncomfortable with any physical forms of contact. But, they are now used to shaking hands with westerners. • Bowing has many functions. • It expresses the feeling of respect, thanking, apologizing, greeting, and so on. • You can bow, when you say, "Thank you", "Sorry", "Hello", "Good bye", "Congratulations", "Excuse me", "Good night", "Good Morning", and more!!

  5. Ojigi • Bowing seems simple, but there are different ways of bowing. • It depends on the social status or age of the person you bow to. • If the person is higher status or older than you are, you should bow deeper and longer. • It is polite to bow, bending from your waist. • Men usually keep their hands in their sides. • Women usually put their hands together on their thighs with their fingers touching. • If it is a casual situation, you can bow like nodding. • The most frequent bow is a bow of about 15 degrees.

  6. はじめまして。hajimemashite_________です。_________ desu.どうぞよろしく(おねがいします)。douzo yoroshiku (onegaishimasu).

  7. Hiragana

  8. Flash Cards あ a Similar to [ah] but shorter Three strokes

  9. Learning Japanese • Not hard. Just different • You have two tasks this semester. First, memorize and be confident with the two writing systems (hiragana and katakana). Second, be able to navigate the conversational settings that are provided in each chapter. Do not put off making sure you have the concepts down. If you have problems come see me. I have resources for extra practice. • One of the most important words I will teach you is this: ganbarimasu (がんばります。)It means to work hard. It is a phrase you will hear and say often in Japan. I will probably use the form ganbatte kudasai (がんばってください。)It means: Do your best. Work hard.

  10. おはようございます。ohayou gozaimasu.(polite)おはよう。ohayou.(informal)

  11. こんにちは。konnichiwa.

  12. こんばんは。konbanwa.

  13. Addressing someone~さんスミスさんsumisu sanNote: This is used like Mr., Ms., or Mrs.

  14. Addressing your teacher ~せんせい ジマーマンせんせい jima-man sensei Note: This is how my name would be said in Japanese.

  15. さようならsayounara

  16. じゃあ、また。jaa, mata.

  17. しつれいします。shitsureishimasu.

  18. Entering Sensei’s office properly http://www.marinebat.com/nakama/video/0000enter.html Nakama Textbook Website http://www.marinebat.com/nakama/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=30&Itemid=42

  19. ありがとうございます。arigatou gozaimasu.

  20. すみません。sumimasen.

  21. あのう、すみません。anou, sumimasen.

  22. どういたしましてdouitashimashite.

  23. ~ございます。~gozaimasu.(polite form)

  24. Skit A: どうぞ。(douzo) B: ありがとうございます。 (arigatou gozaimasu.) A: どういたしまして。 (douitashimashite)

  25. A: これはにほんごでなんkore wa nihongo de nanといいますか。to iimasuka.B: ___といいます。to iimasu.

  26. すいか

  27. ねこ

  28. いぬ

  29. Locations これ (this) kore それ (that) sore あれ (that over there) are

  30. A:せんせい、「DOG」はにほんごでsensei, “dog” wa nihongo deなんといいますか。nan to iimasuka.B: 「いぬ」といいます。“inu” to iimasu.

  31. A: 「がくせい」ってなんですか。“gakusei” tte nan desu ka.B: 「STUDENT」です。“student” desu.

  32. 1. A: これはにほんごでなんといいますか。kore wa nihongo de nan to iimasuka.B: ___といいます。to iimasu. 2. A: せんせい、「DOG」はにほんごでなんといいますか。 sensei, “dog” wa nihongo de nan to iimasuka.B: 「いぬ」といいます。“inu” to iimasu. 3. A: 「がくせい」ってなんですか。“gakusei” tte nan desu ka.B: 「STUDENT」です。“student” desu.

  33. http://japanese.about.com/blhiraculture29.htm

  34. Voiced consonants

  35. Voiced and voiceless consonants ひげ ひざ からだ

  36. でんわ ながい ゆび

  37. うで のど にほんご

  38. かばん ちず えんぴつ

  39. Teacher’s Instructions きいてください。 みてください。 かいてください。 よんでください。 いってください。

  40. Teacher’s Instructions きいてください。 kiite kudasai.(Please listen) みてください。 mite kudasai. (Please look.) かいてください。 kaite kudasai. (Please write.) よんでください。 yonde kudasai. (Please read.) いってください。 itte kudasai.(Please say it.)

  41. たってください。 tatte kudasai. (stand up) すわってください。 suwatte kudasai. (sit down)

  42. LongVowels