April 13, 2016
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Grade 56 Japanese Term 2

Grade 56s will be exploring verbs and their negative forms this term in Japanese and actively using them in class role plays and presentations. Students will also be using Hiragana writing scripts to read and write to our sister school and use the Palaygo program to email others to test Japanese verbs, word order and Hiragana Characters.

Verbs – Positive Form                                    Verbs – Negative Form (masu goes to masen)

たべます- tabemasu (eat)                            たべません- tabemasen ( don’t eat) 

のみます- nomimasu (drink)                      のみません- nomimasen (don’t drink) 

見ます– memasu (watch)                                見ません– memasen (don’t watch)              

します- shimasu (do)                                     しません- shimasen (don’t do) 

かきます- kakimasu (write)                           かきません- kakimasen (don’t write) 

よみます- yomimasu (read)                           よみません- yomimasen (don’t read) 

はなします- hanashimasu (speak)                   はなしません- hanashimasen (don’t speak)

ききます- kikimasu (listen)                             ききません- kikimasen (don’t listen) 

 

Japanese Word Order – subject-object-verb (verb always goes to the end)

I went to the park. (English)

I the park went to. (Japanese)

Use this word order to assist when using the Palaygo email site: home.palaygo.com

 

Hiragana Characters – Lines 5-8

‘NA’ Line          な、に、ぬ、ね、の

‘HA’ Line          は、ひ、ふ、へ、ほ

‘MA’ Line         ま、み、む、め、も

‘YA’ Line          や、ゆ、よ

April 13, 2016
by hwpsspecialists
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Foundation Japanese Term 2

Students will further develop their Japanese language by learning to count to ten, say greetings and the names for colours. They will also learn to write and recognise the Kanji numbers one to ten. Themes such as Japanese folk tales and festivals will also be explored.

Numbers

一1 ichi

二2 ni 

三3 san

四4 shi

五5 go

六roku

七7 nana/shichi

八8 hachi

九9 kyu

十10 jyu 

 

Greetings

おはようOhayo – good morning

こんにちはKonnichiwa – hello/good afternoon

こんばんはKonbanwa – good evening

さようならSayonara – goodbye

またあしたMata ashita – till tomorrow

 

Colours

Aka – red

Ao – blue

Orenji – Orange

Pinku – Pink

Murasaki – Purple

Midori – green

Kiiro – yellow

Shiro – white

Kuro – black

Chairo – brown

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