Situational Functional Japanese


Int. 1, Ms. Halper



Lesson 2 Part 2 HOMEWORK


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  1. What would you say in Japanese in the following situations?


    1. when you meet a neighbor on the street in the morning and want to ask where they are going:



    2. when you meet a friend on the street in the afternoon:



    3. when you don't want to say exactly where you are going:



    4. when you meet a friend on the street and, upon finding that they are going to the same place you are going, want to say,

      "I am, too. Shall we go together?"



    5. when you want to send a package to the U.S. by sea mail and want to know how long it will take:



    6. when you want to send a package to the U.S. by air mail and want to know how much it will cost:



    7. when a clerk at a post office gave you the wrong change:



    8. before the New Year's holidays:



    9. when someone just told you that they are sick:



    10. upon finding that a friend is going on a trip, you want to wish them a safe trip:



3 Translate the following sentences into Japanese.


  1. I bought 20 100-yen stamps at the post office yesterday.



  2. I sometimes write emails to my friends in Japan.



  3. Tom drank 2 cups of coffee this morning (けさ).



  4. Mr. Tanaka does the laundry on Sundays.



  5. Hi, Michael. Where are you off to? (casual)



  6. Ms. Brown washes dishes every evening.



  7. I go to the movies on weekends. I often see action movies.