By Arthur Rose-Innes
Pt. I. Graduate routines in conversational Japanese.--pt. II. effortless grammar of the japanese spoken language.--pt. III. Vocabulary of universal eastern phrases with a number of examples & notes
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I think I'll travel a little. 21. As the weather is bad today I think I'll give up the idea of doing my washing. 22. This letter is so difficult I can 't possibly 24. I'll study a little translate it. 23. Don't eat that pear, it is not ripe. to translate Mr Brown 's Taro I ask Shall 25. and then America. to English go letter ? 26. Taro doesn't know enough yet, let's ask Mr Suzuki (lit. Taro is 1. 3. What is your brother studying The weather still of no use). is fine . EXERCISE 38. Derivative and compound words arc extremely numerous in Japanese the stem (2nd base) of verbs, and the stern (what remains after suppressing the final /) of true adjectives, are constantly used in this connection.
21. Yamada San wa doko ni irasshaimasu ka ? (D). 22. Nikai ni irasshaimasu (D). 23. Saburo wa watashi ni chiisa na inu wo ip1. (D). Itsu 3. piki kureta (B). 24. Tanaka San wa ima doko ni irasshaimasu ka? (D). 25. Sengetsu kara Hakone ni o-ide nasaimasu (D). 26. Watakushi ga kono hcya no 27. Yamada San wa asa no gohan no mae ni shimbun soji wo itashimasho (D). wo goran nasaimasu (D). 28. Kind Tokyo e o-ide nasaimashita ka ? (D). When are you going to America ? 2. I am going on the 6th of next month.
5. What do you do on Sundays ? 6. I go to Tokyo on Sundays. 7. Mr Suzuki gave Taro a pretty book. 8. If you haven't yet read this book I will give it to you. 9. Mr Yamada gave me this flower yesterday (lit. I received this flower from, 10. ). Hana-ko already left for Kyoto ? 11. M. train tomorrow. 12. Don't give fruit to the cat. 18. Mr Yamada came 14. Mr Terada didn't eat his breakfast this yesterday and gave me this. morning. 15. I will give this fruit to Miss Yoshi-ko. 16. May I offer you some tea?