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Overview of Week 2’s session 1. 2. 3. 4. Course overview What’s easy about Overview of Week 2’s session 1. 2. 3. 4. Course overview What’s easy about nihongo Greetings and useful phrases Meeting someone for the first time 5. Basic sentence structure 6. Reading and writing hiragana 1

Key Module Information 1 Please have your own copy of the essential text and Key Module Information 1 Please have your own copy of the essential text and bring to each session: Japanese for Busy People 1 3 rd edition kana version – recommended for continuing study supplementary sheets available on KLE Or Romanized version (easier to start with) Available from Waterstone’s Bookshop; Library 2

Key Module Information 2 • Participation and practice – vital • Regular self-study– use Key Module Information 2 • Participation and practice – vital • Regular self-study– use of course text; CD, vocabulary, structure, writing • Communication - make ‘tomodachi’ and practice together • Any problems, contact the tutor/office as soon as possible 3

Key Module Information 3 Assessment 1. ‘Portfolio’ Element (20%) - Class attendance/performance - KLE Key Module Information 3 Assessment 1. ‘Portfolio’ Element (20%) - Class attendance/performance - KLE tasks and quizzes - Class Test in Week 8 2. Listening Test (20%) – Week 11 3. Oral Test in pairs (20%) – Week 12 4. 2 -hour Written Examination (40%) January 4

Easy Nihongo 1 – Sounds • Key to Pronunciation – a, i, u, e, Easy Nihongo 1 – Sounds • Key to Pronunciation – a, i, u, e, o • Almost always with one of a, i, u, e, o (except n/m) – ka, ki, ku, etc. • Fewer consonants – k, s, t, n, etc. • No ‘stress’ or ‘tonal’ • Careful – long sound/short sound obaasan v obasan shuujin v shujin 5

Let’s try – Greetings • O/ha/yo/o go/za/i/ma/s(u). • Ko/n/ni/chi/wa. • Ko/n/ba/n/wa. 6 Let’s try – Greetings • O/ha/yo/o go/za/i/ma/s(u). • Ko/n/ni/chi/wa. • Ko/n/ba/n/wa. 6

Saying goodbye Sayoonara. Jaa mata. (See you again). 7 Saying goodbye Sayoonara. Jaa mata. (See you again). 7

Useful Phrases A: Do/o/zo. B: Do/o/mo. A/ri/ga/to/o. Doomo arigatoo. 8 Useful Phrases A: Do/o/zo. B: Do/o/mo. A/ri/ga/to/o. Doomo arigatoo. 8

Easy nihongo 2 - Rules • Nouns - no plural or gender • No Easy nihongo 2 - Rules • Nouns - no plural or gender • No verb conjugation for basic polite (one for all) • 2 basic tenses only - non-past (present and future) - past • Question - just add ‘ka’ at the end 9

Introducing oneself 1 - short version 1. Hajimemashite. (How do you do? ) 2. Introducing oneself 1 - short version 1. Hajimemashite. (How do you do? ) 2. [Name] desu. (I am…) 3. Doozo yoroshiku. (Pleased to meet you). 10

Introducing oneself saying more about yourself (No need to say ‘I’ - watashi) 1: Introducing oneself saying more about yourself (No need to say ‘I’ - watashi) 1: [your name] des(u). 2: Ga/k(u)/se/e des(u). Se/n/se/e des(u). I/sha des(u). Gakusee: student; Sensee: teacher; Isha: doctor; Insee: post graduate; 11

Self introduction 2 – nationality, home town, (present) home 3. Nihon-jin desu. igirisu; ueeruzu; Self introduction 2 – nationality, home town, (present) home 3. Nihon-jin desu. igirisu; ueeruzu; sukottorando; airurando; chuugoku; kankoku 4. [Home town] kara desu. kara: from 5. Uchi wa [place] desu. uchi: home wa: Topic marker, ‘as for’ 12

Introduction - set phrases recap Beginning: Ha/ji/me//ma/sh(i)/te. Hajimemashite: greeting on 1 st meeting End: Introduction - set phrases recap Beginning: Ha/ji/me//ma/sh(i)/te. Hajimemashite: greeting on 1 st meeting End: Do/o/zo yo/ro/sh(i)/ku. or Yorosh(i)ku onegai shimasu. 13

Introduction - Putting it all together 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Beginning Introduction - Putting it all together 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Beginning phrase Name Occupation Nationality I am (originally) from… (Current) Home Ending phrase 14

Putting it all together - answers 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Beginning Putting it all together - answers 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Beginning phrase: Hajime mashite. Name: (Watashi wa) [Name] desu. Occupation: (Watashi wa) Gakusee desu. Nationality: (Watashi wa) Igirisu-jin desu. Home town: (Watashi wa) ‘Stoke’ kara desu. Home: Uchi wa ‘Oaks’ desu. Ending phrase: Doozo yoroshiku. 15

Hiragana a あ i い u う e え o お http: //genki. japantimes. Hiragana a あ i い u う e え o お http: //genki. japantimes. co. jp/site/self/site/ hiragana/hiragana. html 16

Reading 1.あ い (love) 2.え (picture) 3.あ お (blue) 4.う え (top) 5.いい (good) Reading 1.あ い (love) 2.え (picture) 3.あ お (blue) 4.う え (top) 5.いい (good) 17

Quiz – Nihongo de, nan desu ka (What is it in Japanese? ) 1. Quiz – Nihongo de, nan desu ka (What is it in Japanese? ) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Early morning greeting Mid-day greeting Thank you. How do you do? (1 st meeting) I am a student. I am from Crewe. Nice to meet you. 18

Nihongo de nan desu ka? Kotae What is it in Japanese? Answers 1. 2. Nihongo de nan desu ka? Kotae What is it in Japanese? Answers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Ohayoo. / Ohayoo gozaimasu. Konnichiwa. Doomo. / Arigatoo. Hajimemashite. (Watashi wa) gakusee desu. (Watashi wa) Crewe kara desu. / Uchi wa Crewe desu. 7. Doozo yoroshiku. 19

More useful phrases Su/mi/ma/se/n. (for apology, attracting someone’s attention and for gratitude) [Gomennasai for More useful phrases Su/mi/ma/se/n. (for apology, attracting someone’s attention and for gratitude) [Gomennasai for apology in more informal personal situations. ] A: Doomo arigatoo. B: Iie. Doo I/ta/shi ma/shi/te. (You are welcome). 20

In the nihongo sessions… - Addressing the tutor: Hitomi sensee or Tobe sensee - In the nihongo sessions… - Addressing the tutor: Hitomi sensee or Tobe sensee - Addressing fellow students [Name] san (the most widely used) (There are others…[Name] kun for boys chan for girls) N. B. NEVER use ‘san’ after your own name! 21

Questions and answers Q - Just add ‘ka’ at the end. Are you…? Q: Questions and answers Q - Just add ‘ka’ at the end. Are you…? Q: XXX san desu ka. Aa: Hai, XXX desu. An: Iie, +++ desu. Q: Tanaka-san wa sensee desu ka. Aa: Hai, sensee desu. An: Iie, gakusee desu. 22

Asking questions cont’d. Q: Amerika-jin desu ka. A: Hai, Amerika-jin desu. or Iie, (Your Asking questions cont’d. Q: Amerika-jin desu ka. A: Hai, Amerika-jin desu. or Iie, (Your own answer) desu. Q: Uchi wa Newcastle desu ka. A: Hai, … or Iie, …(Your own answer). 23