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Session 8 "は" column, Japanese Large Numerals, Go Shopping

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Hiragana "は" column,
Han-dakuten,
Japanese Large Numerals,
Phrases for shopping

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Session 8 "は" column, Japanese Large Numerals, Go Shopping

  1. 1. Japanese Lesson for Beginners Session 8 1.Dec.2014 Kana Shimohigoshi kshimo@essex.ac.uk
  2. 2. Review - Hiragana for n + vowels なにぬねの - Japanese numeral 0-100
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. Main focus - Japanese は/ば/ぱcolumn (Hiragana for h/b/p + vowels) - Tracing practice - Vocabulary Drill - Handakuten (adding a small circle) - Japanese Large Numerals 100-10,000 - Useful phrases at shopping
  5. 5. はひふへほ ばびぶべぼ/ぱぴぷぺぽ with the correct stroke order
  6. 6. ① “ha” ② ③
  7. 7. ① “hi”
  8. 8. “fu” ① ② ④ ③
  9. 9. ① “he”
  10. 10. “ho” ① ② ③ ④
  11. 11. Dakuten (a voiced sound mark) The double points at the right top of hiragana mean they have a voiced consonant *Dakuten is wrote last on the character *Do not write dakuten longer than the previous stroke
  12. 12. Handakuten (a semi-voiced sound mark) The circle at the right top of はひふへほmean they have the sound of “p” *Handakuten is wrote last on the character (clockwise??) *Most Japanese people refer to this as simply “maru”
  13. 13. Activity 1; Tracing practice はcolumn 2014 12 1 Family name / First name
  14. 14. Activity 2; Words You Can Write Write the following words using the hiragana that you just learned 1. はい(yes) 2. ひと(people) 3. ぶた(pig) 4. へび(snake) 5. ほし(star) 6. ひつじ(sheep) 7. はし(chopsticks/bridge) 8. しっぽ(tail) 9. はっぱ(leaf) 10.きっぷ(ticket) 11.とうふ(tofu) 12.ぼうし(hat) 13.はなび(firework) 14.ひこうき(airplane)
  15. 15. Numbers past 99 Thousands 1000-10,000 1,000 せんsen 2,000 にせんni-sen 3,000 さんぜんsan-zen 4,000 よんせんyon-sen 5,000 ごせんgo-sen 6,000 ろくせんroku-sen 7,000 ななせんnana-sen 8,000 はっせんhassen 9,000 きゅうせんkyuu-sen 10,000 いちまんichi-man Hundreds 100-1000 100 ひゃくhyaku 200 にひゃくni-hyaku 300 さんびゃくsan-byaku 400 よんひゃくyon-hayku 500 ごひゃくgo-hyaku 600 ろっぴゃくroppyaku 700 ななひゃくnana-hyaku 800 はっぴゃくhappyaku 900 きゅうひゃくkyuu-hyaku 1,000 せんsen
  16. 16. Numerical Units Numerals 100 1,000 10,000 10^8 10^12 ひらがな (かんじ) ひゃく (百) せん (千) まん (万) おく (億) ちょう (兆) Romaji hyaku sen man oku chou *Large numbers in Japanese are divided into units of four
  17. 17. Supermarkets in Japan
  18. 18. Useful Phrases at Shopping すみません、 sumimasen, (something) はどこですか? (something) wa doko desuka? これをください。 kore wo kudasai. みているだけです。どうも。 miteirudakedesu. doumo. おいくらですか? oikuradesuka? かーどはつかえますか? ka-do wa tsukaemasuka? - Excuse me, - Where is (something)? - I’ll take this. - I’m just looking, thank you. - How much is this? - Can I use a card?
  19. 19. おいくらですか? oikruadesuka?
  20. 20. Activity3; Going Shopping You have ¥3,000!! Fill in your shopping list. Find out how many items can you buy within the budget.
  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. Hiragana Table with stroke orders
  24. 24. LAST week… HAVE FUN!! Various enjoyable activities! Special prizes!

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