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Japanese Lesson for Beginners 
Session 6 
17.Nov.2014 
Kana Shimohigoshi 
kshimo@essex.ac.uk
Review 
- Hiragana for s/z + vowels 
さしすせそ/ざじずぜぞ 
- Self introduction (2) 
1. Konnichiwa. 
2. Watashi wa (country) jin des...
Main focus 
- Japanese たand だcolumn 
(Hiragana for t/d + vowels) 
- Tracing practice 
- Vocabulary Drill 
- “Sokuon” the s...
たちつてと/だぢづでど 
with the correct stroke order
① 
“ta” 
② 
③ 
④
① 
“chi” 
②
“tsu” 
①
① 
“te”
“to” 
① 
②
Dakuten 
(a voiced sound mark) 
The double points at the right top of hiragana 
mean they have a voiced consonant 
*Pronun...
Activity 1; Tracing practice たcolumn 
2014 
11 
17 
Family name / First name
Sokuon ‘っ’ 
• The smaller form of つ 
• A pause (no sound) between two syllable 
• Represented in Romanized Japanese by a 
...
Activity 2; Words You Can Write 
Write the following words using the hiragana 
that you just learned 
1. てつ(iron) 
2. ちち(f...
Rina’s Presentation 
Student Life in Japan
Japanese Numerals 
Single Numbers 1-10 
0 れい・ぜろzero/rei 
1 いちichi 
2 にni 
3 さんsan 
4 し・よんshi/yon 
5 ごgo 
6 ろくroku 
7 しち・なな...
Activity3; Car number plates
Activity4; Phone-Numbers 
Dictate the useful phone numbers in Tokyo. 
1. 03-3503-8484 (Police English hotline) 
110 (Polic...
Japanese Numerals 
Combining tens and singles 
To read number in Japanese, just read pairs of digits 
(2,3,…) and units (1...
Activity5; Football Jersey Numbers
Hiragana Table
Hiragana Table
Voiced Consonants and ‘P’ 
GA 
GU 
GE 
DA ZA 
PA BA 
PI 
BI 
PU 
PE 
PO 
BU 
BE 
BO 
JI 
JI 
GI 
DZI 
ZU 
ZU 
DZU 
DE 
ZE ...
Next week 
- Learn how to read and write な“na” column 
- Conversation practice 
- Japanese Numerals 100-10,000 
- Shopping...
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Hiragana た "ta" column,
Sokuon "っ",
Japanese Numerals 0-100

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Session 6 "た" column, Japanese Numerals 0-100

  1. 1. Japanese Lesson for Beginners Session 6 17.Nov.2014 Kana Shimohigoshi kshimo@essex.ac.uk
  2. 2. Review - Hiragana for s/z + vowels さしすせそ/ざじずぜぞ - Self introduction (2) 1. Konnichiwa. 2. Watashi wa (country) jin desu. 3. Watashi wa (something) ga suki desu. 4. Yoroshiku onegai shimasu.
  3. 3. Main focus - Japanese たand だcolumn (Hiragana for t/d + vowels) - Tracing practice - Vocabulary Drill - “Sokuon” the small hiragana つ - Japanese Numerals 0-100
  4. 4. たちつてと/だぢづでど with the correct stroke order
  5. 5. ① “ta” ② ③ ④
  6. 6. ① “chi” ②
  7. 7. “tsu” ①
  8. 8. ① “te”
  9. 9. “to” ① ②
  10. 10. Dakuten (a voiced sound mark) The double points at the right top of hiragana mean they have a voiced consonant *Pronunciation of じand ぢ, ずand づare the same *Dakuten is wrote last on the character *Do not write dakuten longer than the previous stroke
  11. 11. Activity 1; Tracing practice たcolumn 2014 11 17 Family name / First name
  12. 12. Sokuon ‘っ’ • The smaller form of つ • A pause (no sound) between two syllable • Represented in Romanized Japanese by a doubled consonant ex. きてkite (come here) – きってkitte (stamp) いてite (stay with me) – いってitte (go away!)
  13. 13. Activity 2; Words You Can Write Write the following words using the hiragana that you just learned 1. てつ(iron) 2. ちち(father) 3. ただ(free) 4. かど(angle) 5. ちず(map) 6. たつ(stand) 7. つぎ(next) 8. かたち(shape) 9. たかい(high) 10.つづく(continue) 11.ざっし(magazine) 12.がっこう(school) 13.ただしい(correct) 14.たいいく(P.E.)
  14. 14. Rina’s Presentation Student Life in Japan
  15. 15. Japanese Numerals Single Numbers 1-10 0 れい・ぜろzero/rei 1 いちichi 2 にni 3 さんsan 4 し・よんshi/yon 5 ごgo 6 ろくroku 7 しち・ななshichi/nana 8 はちhachi 9 きゅう・くkyuu/ku Tens Numbers 10-100 10 じゅうjuu 20 にじゅうni-juu 30 さんじゅうsan-juu 40 よんじゅうyon-juu 50 ごじゅうgo-juu 60 ろくじゅうroku-juu 70 ななじゅうnana-juu 80 はちじゅうhachi-juu 90 きゅうじゅうkyuu-juu 100 ひゃくhyaku
  16. 16. Activity3; Car number plates
  17. 17. Activity4; Phone-Numbers Dictate the useful phone numbers in Tokyo. 1. 03-3503-8484 (Police English hotline) 110 (Police) / 119 (Fire/Ambulance) 2. 03-3502-1461 (Travel Information Center) 3. 03-3213-8523 (Immigration Office)
  18. 18. Japanese Numerals Combining tens and singles To read number in Japanese, just read pairs of digits (2,3,…) and units (10,20,…). For example, the number 25 is pronounced as に“ni” じゅう“juu” ご“go”, which means 2x10 + 5. If a digit is one, just say only the unit. Exercise! 1. 17 3. 42 5. 63 2. 36 4. 58 6. 79
  19. 19. Activity5; Football Jersey Numbers
  20. 20. Hiragana Table
  21. 21. Hiragana Table
  22. 22. Voiced Consonants and ‘P’ GA GU GE DA ZA PA BA PI BI PU PE PO BU BE BO JI JI GI DZI ZU ZU DZU DE ZE DO ZO GO
  23. 23. Next week - Learn how to read and write な“na” column - Conversation practice - Japanese Numerals 100-10,000 - Shopping in Japan

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