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CHAPTER 1 CLASSMATES Listening Comprehension Activities Vocabulary and Grammar 1A: Nationalities and Languages A. Using the following chart, answer the questions orally. You will then hear the correct answer. Then stop the tape and write the answer. 1. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 2. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 3. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 4. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 5. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 6. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 7. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 8. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 9. ______________________________________________________________________________________ PERSON COUNTRY LANGUAGE Mei Lin Chin Taiwan Chinese Linda Brown America English John Kim Korea Korean Diana King England English Antonio Coronado Mexico Spanish Name ________________________________________ Date _________________________ Class _____________________ Chapter One 125

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Name ________________________________________ Date _________________________ Class _____________________

CHAPTER

1

CLASSMATES

Listening Comprehension Activities Vocabulary and Grammar 1A: Nationalities and LanguagesA. Using the following chart, answer the questions orally. You will then hear the correct answer. Then stop the tape and write the answer.PERSON COUNTRY LANGUAGE

Mei Lin Chin Linda Brown John Kim Diana King Antonio Coronado

Taiwan America Korea England Mexico

Chinese English Korean English Spanish

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

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B. Listen as James White tells Hitomi Machida about his roommate and friend who appears in a photo. Then complete the Japanese summary by filling in the blanks. _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ C. Listen to the passage about Maria Nakajima, and find out what languages each member of her family speaks. Then complete the following sentences by filling in the names of the appropriate languages. Useful Vocabulary: mother, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. therefore, but, furthermore, in the language father, and, _____________________ _____________________

Maria speaks _________________________________________________________________________. Marias mother speaks __________________________________________________________________. Marias father speaks ___________________________________________________________________. Maria speaks in ___________________________________________________________ with her father. The three of them speak in _______________________________________________________ together.

Vocabulary and Grammar 1B: Personal InformationA. Listen to the tape and circle the appropriate meaning of each word. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. name hometown living place address living place academic year telephone number academic year university graduate school address address country hometown professor

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B. The interviewer is asking three different students, Yu, Tanaka, and Kim, for information about their personal lives. You will hear each question twice. Write the letter of the best answer in the blank corresponding to the question.YU

1. 2. 3.

_______ _______ _______

a. 224-5679 b. c. d.TANAKA

1. 2. 3.

_______ _______ _______

a. b. c. d.KIM

1. 2. 3.

_______ _______ _______

a. b. c. d.

C. Listen as four students introduce themselves. Then complete each of the following sentences by writing in the initials of the person best described by the statement. (LJ: Louis Johnson, PY: Peggy Yu, SL: Susanna Lopez, JW: Julie Wilson)EXAMPLE:

LJ is from New York. 6. 7. 8. 9. ______ is a senior. ______ is a graduate student. ______ s phone number is 849-3215. ______ studies Chinese.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

______ is from Hong Kong. ______ lives in Los Angeles. ______ lives in San Francisco. ______ is from Spain. ______ is a sophomore.

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D. Listen to the conversation between Andy Lin and Maria Nakajima at a party. Then determine whether each of the following statements is true (T) or false (F). Useful Vocabulary: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. true

______ Nakajima and Lin have met each other before. ______ They are from San Jose. ______ They are both students. ______ They go to the same school. ______ They take Japanese class at the same time.

E. Mr. Yamada and Ms. Yamaguchi are having a blind date. Listen to their conversation and choose the most appropriate answer from a, b, and c. Useful Vocabulary: 1. company, song

What does Yamada do for Toyota? a. marketing b. car designing c. test driving Why does Yamada say thank you to Yamaguchi? a. because she has a Toyota b. because her car is designed by Yamada c. because she praised Yamadas work What is he working on now? a. designing a new car b. test driving How long does he work each day? a. from morning till noon b. from noon till night c. from morning till night What does he like to do on weekends? a. work b. drink with his co-corkers c. go singing with his co-workers What kind of music do you think Yamada likes? a. classical b. American popular c. jazz

2.

3.

c. car sales

4.

5.

6.

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F. Professor Yokoi has too many students in her 12:00 class, and is trying to move some of them to her 9:00 class. Now she is looking at the class roster. Listen to her, and write what classes each person is taking at 9:00.

G. Listen to Hitomi Machida and John Kawamura talk about the classes they are going to take next quarter. Then, in the list below, find the classes each of them is going to take. Useful Vocabulary: hard, Ill do my best

List of the classes: Japanese, mathematics, linguistics, Spanish, physical education, sociology, music, engineering Machida: _________________________________________________________________________________ Kawamura: _______________________________________________________________________________ H. Your friend from Japan, who just arrived in the U.S. yesterday, needs to fill out the application form for an English as a Second Language class. Since she knows very little English, she needs your help. Fill out the form for her, based on the conversation on the tape. Useful Vocabulary: address Application for ESL Name: _________________________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: ______________ Age: _______ Address: _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________ Tel. number: ____________________________________________________________________________ Name of school in Japan: _________________________________________________________________ Major: _________________________________________________________________________________ How well can you speak English? not at all a little well very well

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Vocabulary and Grammar 1C: Around CampusA. Hitomi Machida is working at the information booth at her college. Listen as she answers questions, and circle the places that are mentioned which can be found on campus. library, bookstore, cafeteria, dormitory, bank, ATM, laboratory, teachers office B. Linda Brown is giving a campus tour to a Japanese student. Listen to their conversation and identify the buildings that are on her college campus. Useful Vocabulary: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. cant be seen

The big building is _____________________________________________________________________. The white building is ___________________________________________________________________. A building that cant be seen from here is __________________________________________________. The beautiful blue building is ____________________________________________________________. The building beyond the student center is __________________________________________________.

C. After the Japanese class, Hitomi Machida is asking her classmates where they are going so that she can find someone who can return her book to the library. Identify where each person is going after listening to their conversation. Useful Vocabulary: for me? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ______ Curtis ______ Hayashi ______ Kawamura ______ Mimura ______ Gibson ______ Machida a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. want to borrow, Will you return it

language lab work library class teachers office gym home friends house

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D. A lot of things have accumulated in the East Asian Language Departments lost-and-found collection, and Professor Yokoi is trying to find the owners. Listen as she asks her students about the various objects, and then match each object with its owner. Useful Vocabulary: left behind, you. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ______ umbrella ______ key chain ______ dictionary ______ mechanical pencil ______ magazine ______ textbook made in Japan, key chain, things Please do not forget to take your belongings with

a. b. c. d. e. f.

Kawamura Curtis Kim Chin Gibson Brown

E. Listen to Mei Lin Chins monologue, and rank the days of the week from her favorite to the day she likes least. Favorite day of the week #1 ___________________________________ #2 ___________________________________ #3 ___________________________________ #4 ___________________________________ #5 ___________________________________ #6 ___________________________________ Day of the week she likes least: ______________________________________

F. Listen to the tape and fill out the class schedule of Hitomi Machida, Mei Lin Chin, and Henry Curtis in English.MACHIDA CHIN CURTIS

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________

________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________

________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________

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G. Mei Lin Chin is trying to choose a language class. Listen to the conversation between Chin and Curtis. Then fill in the blanks by choosing the most appropriate words. Useful Vocabulary:, 1. high school

Curtis is taking a _______ class. a. French b. German c. Chinese The first-year French class meets _______ days a week. a. 2 b. 3 c. 5 Chin doesnt want to take French class because _______. a. she doesnt like the language b. of the homework assignments c. the class meets every day Chin studied German _______. a. two years ago b. at high school

2.

3.

4.

c. her sophomore year

5.

Curtis recommends that Chin take a second-year German class because _______. a. it is more interesting than French b. Chin is already fluent in German c. the class doesnt meet every day

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Kanji Practice and Exercises

1

-- day; sun; Sunday; (as prefix or suffix) Japan -- sun; day - day

(Japan) (Sunday)

2

- book; this; main; origin -- (counter for long objects) origin (Japan)

(book)

3

- learning, study; science; (as suffix) -ology - to learn, to study (student)

(academic year) (school)

4

birth; life; (as suffix) student birth; life - to be born - to live raw

(student) (1st year student) (one who was born in )

5

name; reputation; fame

(name card) (name)

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year; age

(academic year) (1st year student) (2nd year student) (age)

7

- what

(what) (what language) (What is it?) (what year student)

8

- moon; month; Monday - month moon; month

(Monday) (What month were you born in?) (January)

9

-

man; person; human being

(a Japanese) (an American) (this person)

10

--- one; a

(January) (1st year student) (one year old) (one year old/one item)

11

-- two

(February) (2nd year student) (two years old / two items)

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12

- --

three

(March) (3rd year student) (three years old / three items)

13

---

four

(April) (4th year student) (four years old) (four years old / four items)

14

-- five

(May) (five years old) (five years old / five items)

15

---- six

(June) (six years old) (six years old / six items) (six times)

16

-- seven

(July) (seven years old) (seven years old / seven items)

17

---- eight

(August) (eight years old) (eight years old / eight items) (eight times)

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18

-- nine

(September) (nine years old) (nine years old / nine items) (nine oclock)

19

- ten

(October) (ten years old) (ten years old / ten items) (tenth floor)

20

---

hundred; many

(100 years old) (three hundred) (six hundred) (eight hundred)

21

- first

earlier; ahead; priority; future; destination; the tip

(teacher)

22

conversation, story - speak

((will) speak)

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word, term; language - talk, relate - converse

(Japanese language) (English language) (Spanish language) (what language)

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big, large, great; (short for , university); (as suffix) the size of... -- big, large, great - very much, greatly

(university) (university student) (I like it very much) (big)

Kanji ExercisesA. Match each kanji or kanji compound with the letter of its closest English equivalent. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

a. freshman/first year student b. seven years old c. person d. hundred e. book f. Japanese person g. fifty-nine h. name i. academic year j. what k. Monday l. Sunday m. sixteen n. eighteen o. eighty p. Japan q. to speak r. student s. Japanese language t. one who was born in April u. big B. Write hurigana for each kanji or kanji compound. Pay special attention to the changes in pronunciation that may occur when kanji are compounded. 1. ____________________ 2. ____________________ 3. ____________________ 4. ____________________ 5. ____________________ 6. ____________________ 12. ____________________ 11. ____________________ 18. ____________________ 137 10. ____________________ 17. ____________________ 9. ____________________ 16. ____________________ 8. ____________________ 15. ____________________ 7. ____________________ 14. ____________________ 13. ____________________

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19. ____________________ 20. ____________________

21. ____________________ 22. ____________________

23. ____________________ 24. ____________________

C. Fill in the blank with the kanji for the word or phrase that is spelled out in hiragana under the line. 1. ________________________

2.

________________________

3.

________________________

________________________

4.

________________________

________________________

5.

________________________

________________________

6.

________________________

7.

______________________

_______________________

8.

________________________

________________________

D. Write the kanji for the numbers one to ten and for the number one hundred in order. 1 2 3 _____ _____ _____ 4 5 6 _____ _____ _____ 7 8 9 _____ _____ _____ 10 100 _____ _____

Kanji in Everyday Life1. You are getting hungry while strolling around in a tourist town in Japan. Then you see a sign at a soba (buckwheat noodle) shop. Would you like to try to eat that soba? Why or why not? ______________________________________________________________________________________

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2.

You enter the above soba shop and are ready to order a bowl of zaru soba (served on a bamboo plate). But you notice that there are two kinds of zaru-soba: and . When you are very hungry, which would you like to order? Why? ______________________________________________________________________________________

3.

Your host father, who is a company employee, took you out to a movie that you wanted to see. Now he is at the ticket window, where the prices are written vertically as follows:

He bought two tickets for you and himself. How much did he pay? What does

mean?

______________________________________________________________________________________ 4. You received a new years card from your Japanese friend. It says does mean? . What

______________________________________________________________________________________ 5. Yamato is the old name of Japan and it is often written this way means? . What do you think

______________________________________________________________________________________ 6. You went to an English conversation school in Japan to apply for a part-time teaching position and you were given a form to fill in. There is a column in the form. What do you need to write in that column? ______________________________________________________________________________________

Writing Activities Vocabulary and Grammar 1A: Nationalities and LanguagesA. Fill in the blanks with the name of the language or languages spoken by each group of people. If you dont know, look up the information in an encyclopedia or world almanac.EXAMPLE:

_______ _______________ _______________

1. 2.

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

_______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________

B. Read the five self-introductions below and try to figure out which country each person comes from. If you arent sure, check a world almanac or atlas to see if you have guessed correctly. Then write in the names of the countries in the blanks below. a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

Answers:

a. _____________________ b. _____________________

c. _____________________ d. _____________________

e. _____________________

C. John Kawamura was very busy yesterday. Choose one word from each column to form a meaningful activity that he might have done, and fill in the blanks to make sentences.COLUMN A COLUMN B

Japanese language university TV friend Japanese Baskin Robbins

cassette tape library homework letter ice cream news

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EXAMPLE:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________ ___________________________

Vocabulary and Grammar 1B: Personal InformationA. The lefthand column is a list of academic subjects. The righthand column is a list of words or expressions associated with these subjects. Match the items by writing the appropriate letter in the blank. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ a. b. c. d. x2 4 3x + 12 e. f. H2O, CO2

0

B. Match each question in the left-hand column with the most appropriate response in the right-hand column. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. ______ ______ c. 12 ______ ______ ______ ______ h. 03-456-9872 ______ ______ d. 1 e. f. 21 g. a. b.

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C. Here is a list of five of John Kawamuras friends from his Japanese class. Write a brief paragraph about each of them, using all the personal information in the chart.NAME HOMETOWN YEAR AGE BIRTH MO. MAJOR LANGUAGES

1. Kim

Seoul, Korea

soph.

20

May

economics

Korean

2. Vogel

Geneva, Switzerland

jr.

22

April

engineering

German French

3. Lim

Kota Bharu, Malaysia

jr.

23

July

sociology

English Chinese Malay

4. Perez

Dallas, Texas

fresh.

18

October

math

English Spanish

5. Cohen

Des Moines, Iowa

grad.

28

Sept.

history

English

1.

______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

2.

______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

3.

______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

4.

______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

5.

______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

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D. Now write paragraphs about two of your own friends, following the same format as exercise C. 1. ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ 2. ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

Vocabulary and Grammar 1C: Around CampusA. Complete the following conversations, using the information in this directory for a campus building.

1.

A: B:

______________

2.

A: B:

______________ ______________ ______________

3.

A: B:

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4.

A: B:

______________

5.

A: B:

______________ ______________ 6

______________

B. Look over this students weekly schedule. Then fill in the blanks in the Japanese statements with the appropriate days of the week.SUN MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT

9:00

French

French

French

10:00

history

history

11:00

political science

law

economics

12:00

1:00

2:00

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________

______________ ______________

______________

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C. This was Linda Browns weekly class schedule the semester before she came to Japan. Read over the schedule and answer the questions below in Japanese. Linda Browns ScheduleTIME MON TUE WED THURS FRI

8:00

Japanese history

Japanese history

9:00

10:00

Japanese

Japanese

Japanese

Japanese

Japanese

11:00

12:00

Chinese history Japanese literature

Chinese history Japanese literature

Chinese history

1:00

2:00

3:00

Korean history

Korean history

Korean history

1. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 2. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 3.

11______________________________________________________________________________________

4.

(other than that)

(is studying)

______________________________________________________________________________________ 5. ______________________________________________________________________________________ 6. (Take a guess.) ______________________________________________________________________________________

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D. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate particle and complete the conversation.A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B:

_______1 _______2 _______4 _______5 _______6 _______7 _______3

_______8 _______11 _______12

_______9

_______10

_______13

_______14

_______15

E. Using these question words, make up questions that would yield the following answers, and write them in the blanks marked A.

1.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________

2.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________

3.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________

4.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________

5.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________ 2,000 __________________________________________________________________________________ 30

6.

A: B:

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7.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________

8.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________

9.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________

10.

A: B:

__________________________________________________________________________________

Chapter 1 ReviewA. You have just arrived at the Japanese university where you will be studying for a year. The international students office has introduced you to a Japanese student, so you can ask whatever questions you have concerning the university. Now both of you are standing at the entrance to the campus. Try asking the Japanese student the following questions. Then, if you have other questions of your own, ask them, too. 1. Youd like to know what that building is. __________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ 2. Point to a statue and find out who it is. ____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Ask who your Japanese teacher is. ________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Find out how old your Japanese teacher is. _________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ 5. Youd like to know where students eat lunch. _______________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ 6. Find out how much lunch at the cafeteria costs. _____________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ 7. Youd like to know what time classes start in the morning. ____________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

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8.

Ask in which building Japanese classes are held. _____________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

9.

Ask in which direction the library is._______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

10.

Find out what students do on Saturday afternoons.___________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

11.

Your own questions: ____________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

B. You would like to find a Japanese pen pal, so you write up an advertisement to send to a popular Japanese magazine. Include the following information: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Your name. Your age The name of your school and where it is located. What year you are in school. Your major. Where you are from. What languages you speak. Your likes and dislikes. What kind of person you would like to write to. Useful Vocabulary: Begin your advertisement in the following way: __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ I am looking for

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