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TagsGrammatical Gender Stress (Linguistics) Grammatical Conjugation Japanese Language Syllable
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Gr ammar.

Native CjmhacYers,

Exercise s wrm Key
Japanese ExraA cts.



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1. What is that man doing there ? 2. Such high houses
as these do not exist in Japan. 3. Have you forgotten your
promise? 4. You must not say such foolish (tmtt>«iniuai)
things. 5. Have you read the telegram that was in yester-
day's paper ? 6. The old gardener is here with some flowers.
7. I Sought a plant yesterday to send to Mrs. Oka. 8. Has
-the carpenter died who fell from the roof yesterday '? 9. You
must not enter a person's house with such dirty clothes on.
10. I will go anywhere you please. 11. Her daughter is
growing to be a handsome girl. 12. I will give you leave to
go if you get your lessons done. 13. She gave me another
book in the place of the one she lost. 14. Hold yourself
straight when you walk. 15. Please hand me my inkstand
and pen. 16. When light is not needed always turn the
lamps down. 17. If anyone should call and wisli to see me,
say I will return at four o'clock. 18. I cannot imagine why
you think so. 1 9. It is best not to interfere in the matter.
.20. I have trodden on my pencil and broken it.

Key to Exercises.

[Note. —Each of the following translations of the Exercises on
pp. 103-108 may also be used as an Exercise in translation with
the foregoing as the Key.]



1. Who has come ! —Mr. oknro has come. 2. TlVto will g» '
—I trill go. 3. Is my wife here? 4. Shall ire go into the
garden/ 5. Are there flowers and trees in the garden' 6. Is
your father in good health ? 7. How old is your sun ' H. This
cake is rery good. 9. If the weather is fine to-morrmr, I trill go
to see the park. 10. Japanese is more difficult than English.
11. Which is the must interesting of these talcs ? 12. I like tea
better than '' sake." 13. Which of these two teacup* do you like
best. 1 14. When may I come to see you? —Please come to-
morrow morning at seren o'clock. 15. It is all right. 16. (Jome

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this way, please. 17. Where are the matches' —Here they are,
18. Hand me that red book, please. 19. He was bom in England.
20. I must buy some more ivriting-pa/ier.


1. Anata wa ikimasu ka ?—Hai, watakushi wa ikimasu-
2. Konnichi wa tenki ga ii ka ?—Taihen (goku) ii. 3. Niwa.
wa okii ka chiisai ka ? 4. Hana ga suki desix ka ?—Hana ga.
goku suki desii. 5. Kore wa takai ka? —Ie, tako gozaimasen..
6. O taku wa to gozaimasu ka? —Ie, goku chiko gozamiasii.
7. Kono chabon ga takaku nakareba kaimasho. 8. Natsiv.
wa fuyu yori (mo) hi ga nagai. 9. Ototo wa watakushi yori

toshi ga) yotsu shita desu (or, wakai). 10. Nihon no hana
no uchj de sakura ga ichiban utsukusliii. 11. Anata wa kono-
o kata wo go shochi de gozaimasu ka ?—Mada o me ni kaka-
rimasen. 12. Anata- wa ima ginko ye oide nasaimasu to,
watakushi mo nani ka yoji ga arimasu. kara, go issho ni
mairimasho. 13. Anata wa go jibun de oide ni narimasho
ka ? 14. yu wo wakashite o kure. 15. yobi nasaima-
shita ka? —le, yobimasen. 16. Anata ga o ide nasaru toki
moD wo ehikkari shimete kudasaimachi. 17. Anata mo go
issho ni irasshite kudasaimasan. ka ? 18. Doko ye.saisho ni
yukimasho ka ? 19. benjitsu wa liana wo arigato gozai-
mashita. 20. Dai kara hon wo totte o kure. 21. Nikai
kara rampu wo motte kite o kure. 22. Shichi ji made wa-



1. Did you ever ride in a jinrilnsha ?—Yes; when I was at'
Tokio J often went in one. 2. Are these the things you brought

with, i/ou


—Yes, sir; they are the vegetables I bought in the
market. 3. Is this a Japanese ship? —Yes, it is a Japanese
steamer. 4. Did you often go to Hiogo .' —No, I only went there
a feu- times. 5. Who are you? —My name is Tsune. 6. Whose
house is that? 7. Has your mother already come bach from the
couiitn/ ? 8. I hare at once answered the letter I received from

mi/ teacher. 9. These are the pieces of the letter which the

children have torn. 10. At what time do you get up every mom-
iw} !' —/ get up at si.r or half-past six. 11. He has had his leer

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