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CORNELLJAPAN 1102misako ChapmanSpring

JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Dummy Pronoun, Terminal And Nonterminal Symbols, Pro-Form

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13 Mar 2017
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Argument nps are nps selected by a head of a phrase. Idea comes from aristotle: language is subjects and predicates. Subject is the np daughter of s (t
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Roku, Itta Of Metz

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6 Mar 2017
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Good work on midterm #1! (do not slack off now) Materials in the coming lessons are a bit harder than 11-13. Get used to using giving/receiving verbs w
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Watashi Wa, Yakitori, Hot Pot

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16 Feb 2017
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Lecture 6 (wed, february 15) (lesson quiz on monday feb 13) Final exam is on may 22 (mon) at 2:00 pm. If you have more than 2 exams in 24 hours, let th
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Sensei, Kanji, Johnny Depp

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30 Mar 2017
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B has to be subsequent to a (*) before means sentence is ungrammatical benkyoushitara, toshokan de benkyou shimasu. When b is a past action, the action
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Kanji

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4 May 2017
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If both of you are doing the same action, then use neutral. If it is a report (cid:2069)(cid:2138)(cid:2121)(cid:2123)(cid:2123) (cid:2118)(cid:2175)(c
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Sensei, Professor Tanaka, Itta Of Metz

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26 Apr 2017
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Lecture 23 (april 26, 2017) (cid:2119) (cid:2173)(cid:2176)(cid:2175)(cid:2058)(cid:2119) (cid:2125) - solid items. (cid:2147)(cid:2058) (cid:2143) (ci
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture 26: Notes

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10 May 2017
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Shinkansen, Sensei

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17 Apr 2017
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4 sections - lectures happen in the sections. B cannot be in past tense if the verb is controllable. Ability (potential) nihon ni ittara, oishii sushi
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Morpheme, Spectrogram, Complementary Distribution

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22 Feb 2017
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Take questions about what we"ve done so far. Sometimes cases where these processes are 2 kinds of things (will try to keep off the prelim) Voicing cons
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Tatami

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19 Apr 2017
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I heard vs. looks like vs. seems like (looks like) oishii sou desu --- oishi sou desu --- oishii mitai desu. X gakusei da sou desu --- x --- gakusei mi
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Takasa, Toshiyori, Jichi Medical University

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21 Mar 2017
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For other people, either potential or regular form of a verb can be used. (cid:2176)(cid:2175): not under your control (no potential form) (cid:2118)(c
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JAPAN 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: No Money (Manga), Kanji, Kare

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13 Mar 2017
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