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Here is the lesson on how to say numbers in Japanese and the intro to the Shopping Simulation. …

Here is the lesson on how to say numbers in Japanese and the intro to the Shopping Simulation.

Also a note on the Multi Cultural Assembly.

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  • 1. Date: 01/12/2010 Activities: 1. Announcements 2. Lesson: Money and Products Japanese Club
  • 2. Announcements
    • Regarding Multicultural Assembly:
    • Practices will be put off until after the finals
    • Members participating MUST be ready to make a lot of sacrifice in terms of time and commitment
    • If we are going to make this work, absolutely NO ONE can miss even one practice and no procrastination in terms of self practicing
  • 3. Announcements
    • For the next few weeks we are still going to be doing other activities related to the Japanese Culture
    • For now we are going to be preparing for the shopping simulation
    • Participants in meeting activities can earn “yen” they can use in the simulation to buy stuff such as food and various other things
  • 4. Announcements
    • Details regarding the actual simulation will be explained later on.
    • After the simulation should be introduction to the Japanese Tea Ceremony
    • It is uncertain whether we will have an actual simulation for the Ceremony but we will see
    • Also coming up is the annual sumo wrestling contest
  • 5. Simulation 1: Shopping(Lesson part 1)
    • Numbers:
    • Basics:
    • 1= ichi
    • 2=ni
    • 3=san
    • 4= shi/yon
    • 5= go
    • 6= roku
    • 7=shichi/nana
    • 8= hachi
    • 9=kyuu
    • 10=juu
  • 6. Simulation 1: Shopping(Lesson part 1)
    • 20=nijuu
    • 30=sanjuu
    • 40=yonjuu
    • 50=gojuu
    • 60=rokujuu
    • 70=nanajuu
    • 80=hachijuu
    • 90=nanajuu
  • 7. Simulation 1: Shopping(Lesson part 1)
    • 100=hyaku
    • 200=nihyaku
    • 300=sanhyaku
    • 400=yonhyaku
    • 500=gohyaku
    • 600=rokuhyaku
    • 700= nanahyaku
    • 800= hachihyaku
    • 900=kyuhyaku
    • 1000=sen
    • 10000=man
  • 8. Simulation 1: Shopping(Lesson part 1)
    • In all the numbers there is a pattern, all you have to do is piece together the words for the numbers together to get a new number
    • For Example: 232 = nihyaku-sanjuu-ni
    • 15= juu-go
    • 1001=sen-ichi
    • And so on
  • 9. Simulation 1: Shopping(Lesson part 1)
    • Participation:
    • How do you say?
    • 19? (Worth 100 yen)
    • 26? (Worth 100 yen)
    • 302? (Worth 200 yen)
    • 523? (Worth 200 yen)
    • 72? (Worth 100 yen)
    • 720? (Worth 300 yen)
    • 116? (Worth 200 yen)
    • 1060? (400 yen)
    • 1267? (550 yen)
    • 15630? (1000 yen)
  • 10. Simulation 1: Shopping(Lesson part 1)
    • One US dollar is worth about 93 Japanese yen
    • So whatever you earn in the activities you can spend during the simulation