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A Dictionary of intermediate japanese grammar = Nihongo by Seiichi Makino; Michio Tsutsui

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Take a few risks! Try using some structures that you haven't used before. Then add u ttot" to your instructor asking if they work' 25 Questions and Negatives REAI) Read the following paragraph from the article "The Doctors'Dilemma" by SisselaBok. The entire selection,with vocabulary glosses,appears on p. 337. What should doctors say . to a 46-year-oldman coming in for a routine physical checkupjust before going on vacation with his family s who, though he feels in perfect health, is found to have a form of cancer that will cause him to die within six months?

Look at your pieceof writing. Make sure that every direct questionhas a question mark after it. 2 . "). 3 . with tag questions, check that you have used the correct verb form (use a fo-rmof do when no auxiliary is used in the statement). check, too, that you have reversed affirmative/negativeorder. 4. Make sure that you have not used double negatives (*"I don't have nothing"). 35 Noun Phrases 4. ]NS a. Categoriesofproper nouns b. Article use with proper nouns: summary c. Articles with singular proper nouns d.

Lndirect object The man gave the woman oppositehim a big kiss. The man gave a big kiss to the woman oppositehim. We can thus expressthe indirect object in two ways: 20 EXPANDING THE OBJECT: DIRECT AND INDIRECT OBJECT s V IO (indirect object) DO (direct object) She gave her friend a present. S v DO tolfor lO She gave a present to her friend. Or lfthe indirect object is a pronoun, the usual form is S v IO She gave me DO a present. Some verbs that are followed by an indirect object use the preposition /o when the indirect object follows the direct object; others use for.

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