Japanese 1 Particles- Midterm Review

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Midterm Quizzes & Trivia

This is a review of all the particles learn thus far for reviewing for midterms. Answer in roomaji.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Particle for marking the main topic/subject.

    BokuWA Ray desu. (I'm Ray)

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  • 2. 

    Question indicator

    Sore wa nandesuka?!?! (what is that?!?!

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  • 3. 


    The given answer correctly translates the phrase "Ray NO quizzes desu. Nihongo NO quizzes desu." into "Ray's quizzes, Japanese quizzes." The phrase "NO" is used as a possessive particle in Japanese, indicating that the quizzes belong to Ray and are related to the Japanese language. The answer accurately conveys this meaning without including the unnecessary "The correct answer is" statement.

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  • 4. 

    And (connecting nouns)

    Boku wa aka TO ao sukidesu. (I like red and blue)

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  • 5. 

    Also, too

    Boku wa dokosho tokuidesu. MO kakimasu tokuidesu. (I'm good at reading. Also writing.)

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    Too, use/place marker

    Enpitsu DE kakimasu. (writing with a pencil) Uchi DE nihongo de hanashimasu. (speaking japanese at home.)

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    Boku TO Dan wa benkyoo o shimasu. (me and dan study at the library together)

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  • 8. 

    Subject marker, interacts with verb/But

    Boku wa e GA tokuidesu (I'm good at painting) Boku no chichi wa supootsu GA heta desu, GA supootsu Daisuki desu. (My dad is bad at sports but loves them.)

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