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MY JAPANESE LESSONS, Grade 10

Know what you like to do and don’t want to do in Lesson 4. This lesson that the Japanese always include in their daily conversation has patterns of conjugation, sentence examples, and exercises.

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Manuel delos Santos

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This book My Japanese Lessons, Lessons and Exercises, Grade 10 contains 14 Lessons starting with adverbs that the Japanese are fond of using, the kinds of adverbs, transforming adjectives to adverbs, and how the Japanese adverbs modify verbs.

Special attention must be given to Lesson 5 – The plain or non-polite form of verbs. Since my three (3) other books contained all polite forms, a learner needs to know also how to speak and write in a non-formal way. Japanese informal speaking is used when you are talking to children and friends. Japanese books, newspapers, and magazine are usually written in informal form.

Since you have mastered the Hiragana writing, its time for you to start with Katakana writing. Katakana characters are located at the back of the book. Katakana is used only in writing foreign related words. For example, your name must be written in Katakana, there are many English words borrowed by the Japanese from English. Those words need to be written in Katakana. Writing exercises were also included in the lesson.

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11 x 8.30 x 1

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Soft Cover

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