Using the construction, write an appropriate translation for the English provided. Using the construction, write an appropriate translation for the.
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Using the construction, write an appropriate translation for the English provided. 1) I only speak Japanese with Mrs. Denton.
2) Tanaka only eats carrots.
3) John only likes tennis.
Goals for Chapter 1Able to recognize some basic Japanese proverbs and their meaningsDescribing Family Trees using the following grammar points:-: possessive, makes relationship specific: describing someone by an activity: only (with negative form of verb)Able to use nothing/no one/ nowhere/ whenever formAble to begin to use the informal lets formAble to recognize male and female speech patternsAble to carry on a fairly lengthy conversation introducing yourself to someone else (interpersonal communication)
For BookMake cover including the following information:NameAge (use kanji)Year in school (use kanji)Where fromSomething you like and something you dislikeSomething you want to do in the future Also include a picture (either a nicely hand drawn one or an actual picture)
For TestFilling in a dialogue with correct word cues. It is a dialogue between an exchange student and her host father. They are meeting for the first time right before dinner.
To prepare think about the following words and how they would fit into a dialogue like this:
There will also be a listening section on a family tree. Review job titles, grades, ages, family words.
Goals for Chapter 2Understand more about Japanese schools, activities, and issues associated with themAble to use the following grammar points:something called making an exhaustive list (comparable to Verb Stem + to changeModifying sentences using forms on pg. 74out of/as-/for-a time whenAble to explain about Japanese school life in detail (presentational communication and culture comparison)
For BookWrite about KHS, comparing it with what you know about Japanese schools, include pictures, at least 3 similarities and differences