Genki Lesson 6 2014 BB

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    LESSON 6 (A Day in Roberts life)

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    G2 ~ (Request) With Nouns N

    (= (Do me the favor of) giving it to me.)

    With Verbs -Form

    (= Please do me a favor of doing X) Compare: Request


    G1 -Form -verbs

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    G1 -Form Three Verb Classes

    What is -verbs?

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    G1 -form -verbs

    Take off (ru) and add (te) (to eat)

    (to open) (to teach)

    (to forget)

    G1 -form ( verbs) and

    !w) (au) awte atte !t (matu) matute matte

    !r (toru) torte totte

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    G1 -form ( verbs) and

    m (yomu) yomte yonde

    b (asobu) asobte asonde

    n (sinu) sinte sinde

    G1 -form ( verbs) (kaku) kakte kaite

    Exception (iku) itte

    (isogu) isogte isoide

    (kesu) keste kesite

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    G1 -form (irregular-verbs)


    TE-Form song

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    G3 (Permission/Concession)Compare

    Q1: Q2: Is it O.K. even if I eat it? = May I eat it?


    A2: .

    G(Prohibition) (colloquial style)

    It wont do if you do XYou must not do X.

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    G(Prohibition) Cf.

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    G5 Describing Two activities" and combines two Nouns Noun Noun Ex.

    G5 Describing Two activities

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    G5 Describing Two activities

    G5 Describing Two activities" and combines two Verbs

    V1 forms, and V2

    a) b)

    c) (Lets~) d) (Please~) e) (You may~) f

    (You must not~)

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    G5 Describing Two activities"Can be used multiple times in a sentence to connect a

    series of actions.

    I got up, drank coffee, and went out. "and combines two Adjectives Lesson 7

    G5 Describing Two activitiesChronological order Describing a sequence of events I did this and then I did that. Compare:

    Studied at home.

    Studied at school?

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    G5 Describing Two activities Different subjects

    Q1: AB A1: AB Compare: Q: AB A2: AB


    Sat. party

    Sun. study

    G5 Describing Two activities(3) The manner

    (4) -form + evaluation/ emotional reaction a cause-effect relationship

    ( I am sorry ~) (I am glad ~)

    (It is tough ~)

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    G6 (Because ~) (so, therefore) cf. (and then)

    Situation. A sentence (explanation) A sentence = Nouns/Adjectives / Verbs Non-past or Past

    Affirmative or Negative

    Verb: Non-past, Aff.

    Verb: Past,Neg.

    -Adj.: Non-past, Neg.

    Noun: Non-past, Aff.

    -Adj.: Non-past, Aff.

    G7 Lets ~ A: Lets drink it. B: Lets do so. Shall we/I~? Shall we do surfing together tomorrow? Shall I carry it (for you)?

    Shall I call (her)? She is my friend, so.


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    G7 Q: Shall I we/help you? A1: A2: () *

    Oral ExamMonday, Oct. 27 or Tuesday, Oct. 28 Including Drill checks Review Negatives? - forms? Signing up starts TODAY from 8:00 p.m. on.

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    Review of Lesson 4 and 5

    Lesson 6 Overview

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    Midterm 2: Monday, Oct. 27th Review Lesson 4-6 Listening Comprehension (Lesson 6 is due on Monday by lecture) Situational Usage Workbooks Conjugation for Verbs/ Nouns/ Adjs. and -form Can you distinguish -verbs and -verbs?

    Reading: Lesson 4 II, III. (pp.304-5) Lesson 5 II B, C (pp.309-310) Lesson 6 II, III. (pp.315-7)

    Writing: Review workbook Do Particles Practice

    verb? verb? If it ends with iru/eru, you need more information. Otherwise it is verbs.

    1. shiku 7. tsumu

    2. mekuru 8. kidoru

    3. X tameru 9. soyogu

    4. sawaru 10. X horobiru

    5. koru 11. yaru

    6. harau 12. sasu

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    Name +

    Country name in English

    Preliminary Greeting

    Closing Greeting