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Đối với học sinh Việt Nam khi học tiếng Nhật có thể nói cái khó nhất là học chữ Hán (kanji) nên học sinh Việt Nam sang Nhật du học rất thiệt thòi. ...Nhưng nếu bạn không có điều kiện để thực hiện điều đó, thì bạn cần phải có một phương pháp học tập thật hiệu quả nếu bạn muốn nghe, nói, đọc, viết tiếng Nhật một cách thành thạo

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  2. 1( - @a u e 5 The Folktale Kasajizo 298 ( T I gE)s% 304 Looking for Friends is Lw3 0 12 a 9 % Tanabata Festival tts 310 (% 2
  3. (Refer to "Japanese Writing System" on pages 18-22 for more. details.)
  4. @ Hiragana Practice A . Choose t h e correct hiragana. $2 bj 3.me ''% 6 - chi X, 9.e B. Match the words. PIace name Person's name - Gifu 3 7126 & Qi55 1. Akai 9. j a jZ- l o. Beppu 2.Tp&Z* Nakamura - Sapporo 11. 3.$57p~\ $#2 Takahashi G g 3 fib - t a t %Z - Osaka 12. Tanaka 4. 3523 1 = t 13. Kyoto Morikawa 5. - Kanazawa - y 4is Q-hxk& 14. 6. Sakurna & 9 -hab 1 5. Nagasaki 7. Yamarnoto -b1 2 8-$
  5. many hiragana as possible which contain the following parts. D. Write as E. Put the hiragana in the right order to make sense. % &=. & % ? f2.G ! . Example: + ---- b&T 1- @ Reading Practice Read what the following people are saying and answer the questions.
  6. 1 . Who is an office worker? 2. Whose major is Japanese? 3 . Who is a high school student? 4 . What is Harada's major?
  7. @ Writing Practice You received a letter from a Japanese friend. Read it and write a letter introducing yourself. * f j F k & t
  8. jII9hf Katakana r- * e 9- 75, 3 * ki ko ku k&? Y 9 shi -tj- so su se so F ?- b 7 ' to te chi is t, tu - /' 3- . - 3 $\ ne no ni fiu -f- t 7 I\ % 'ho hi he fu ha * \ % A \ mi me m* ma ma Y. 3 2YU Ya YO '1 3 /k%Ln? 1 3, ra ri 'yo 7 , a [Refer to "Japanese Writing System" on pages 22-24 for more details.)
  9. @ Katakana Practice A. Choose the correct katakana. 7 1.6 'y 2 4 . shi t IL 7.m B. Match the following words and pictures.
  10. C. Match each country with its capital city. Capital Cities Countries TL--27 $97 1. $ 7 27' 73=/1.>DC 2. - 11 - 7 2 3. 7 -%'1Y7 3. z97p 7 Axylby~LA 4. $---;Cb7'17- 7731~>7--1~ 5. 7 - z l x P - tv x 6.29~-7.9 +* 9 x 3 7*4>F 7S4u 8 . 7 lb%.>F 2 7W-Y. Xhy?rf;~LA 9. the following country names in the box of katakana. D. Word Search-Find b t- L. (Vietnam) -Jl. (Singapore) 3 3 iS*$ ?- s 3 (Czech) 7 % '1 f i (America) ' 2 5' r - 2 (Sweden) 57 7' F I L (Ecuador) X +3 % (Mexico) 3 - 7*?3 l b (Brazil) jK2 7 (Bosnia) 7 f 7 2 9- Holland) ( F 5' 7 (Indonesia) 4 ;/ 3- 7 (Canada) J 7 2 ?* (Rwanda) t 9 4 (Thailand) 7f -2 P 3 '1 7" (Australia)
  11. E. Put the kafakana in t he right order to make sense. -* 3 .f- -- 9 Example: + @ Name Tags Write your name in the box below and make your own name tag. .. Example: 7' 1 9 IL -2 3 1 9+ =/ @ Reading Practice M ary wrote about the t hings below. Find out which item she wrote about. h k L o C4i L U ? W 9 2+?&, ) 2hli 1. ( E Zi LTT, +?.i-Sh@ - I % $ LTTo -.z-3-7T=/+-XO
  12. @Writing Practice 1 as Write about the things you or your classmates own. Use Mary's sentences in a model.
  13. 4 I-*& ( 4*% p* 4 f it-year student V ?f -9 ( 4 Y 7 2 )one minute -9 (U 2 7 ) ne o >* ) second-year student &?& (-3- 4 sag7 ( a%n?l r ( a k ~wo q days t) two Eq& (YY;l; 2 -kd1 third-year student 57 ( G3-33) t hee ( k % 2-k4 ) fourth-yearstudent 7 3 ) f ow (P8Yl Apd W9 - 1. H e1. . 3 * . -. 5 : * ~ f .,.$ - T&- .. .. . - . 3%- five (t3'73) (%a31even s
  14. t he (3'9 ) nine o'clock $ 13 7 . k (+z 91 nine kg I +=~I;l+f4) nineyearsold nine LZQI %7( Z Z a ) ? ) (nine) (Vz=LS) b n -- +q ( 9393)eno'clmk t -f-% ( 9 z ~ S f - 4en years old -5 ( k g ) ten t) -+ (2) 2s +- (t: 9 1 Aand~ed (YL' F T 3 ) three hundred (u Y ? 3 six hundred r k z ( ~ 1 l* 3 eight hundred - T R % ' (hundred) (6) 012 =k (*9)thousand 4 2 -lie=/ 2 C ?f2@&-33y~ee thousand 2 1 eight thousand .) - ;k 1( ' T (3) ' ( thousand) 013 -5 (-4# 7 2 ) ten thousand 7 -2 fx T ( 9 =L 9 T y ) one hundred t housand SZ ( k ~3 2 ) one million - 35 (ten thousand) (3) 014 x> ' .P;.p;m@*~&a~&Un~~ yen ( F 9 F¶ circle n fl f l 1 (yen; circle) (4) 015 -2 --% .E3$%7$%3 o'clock ( Z F b r7,k 8 ?fE in one's childhood z3 El+ ~ 4 ' ( k 3 Z I * = i ) s o r n e t i m e ~q $ + ( F 3 - 4 > w a t c h n 0 011 8+ (time) R fl R' (In this chart, katakana indicates the o m'ymi [pronunciation originally borrowed from Chinese] and hiragma indicates t he kuz % i[native Japanese reading].) m
  15. @ gTa@aKanji Practice) ( hL f ihL93 A. Read the price of the following items in kanji and write it in numbers. Example: T 3 ~ k - b (l))h)fi? B. Write the following prices in kanji. 3?-~'iZ~~fl Example: T5,420 +
  16. An international exchange student writes about his daily routine. Read the passage t o find out about his s chedule and fill in the blanks below. 7 :OO 1 g o to the university ( 9: 00 1 eat lunch ( 4:OO 6 :00 I watch T V ) a< @g @ (Writing Practice) h hrLw5 fS Write about your daily routine. Use the above passage as a model.
  17. $ 7 --tCyCr)I/c;b 583Mary's Weekend 59 C a E l ( ~ 4 f F everyday -&Gr)EI(kib$.o)UI) Mother'sDay ) 7 J = .y B ~ C ( ~ w + f = ) d i a r yE ( 5 ~ A ) t h r e e d a y s ZI (day; s un) -. a* [**2)*~*& -- El *% (z* 3)Japanese language 2 I&$-$ X/ (+& & 2 3 L) Mr./Ms. Y mamota I (book;basis) ese peo& ah ( Z 00 k 1this person Z = A ( 92 =>) three people I a / (moon; month) fl fi J(41 ) K (U) fire ozr Y $542 (%&lda) money
  18. F &% El ( F 3 9 IF) Saturday 5 zk ( 7 %soil ) 5G - + - Isoil) (3) +s.%sha=d%~ 0g ~3q a (= z 39 PPFFTq1$q%@q n B 0 1 B E~ $ I (weekday) i2 k t i k ) top; &OV& 3 4- l +2 ( V 3 P A & ) good at 733 E L (73-3 3 9 )rooftop 9 F1 (3) 1 ( UP) T ( Lk>under tfz Ti) (-?:a> poor at T*fa' %T%(9-2 Y > subway Y - + TT (down) (3) 3 +E(Q=.fdP)China q(a;b.)inside &% q? ( #23#3)j uniorhighschool 'f23 -*+ yip (4+ % Y 9 = 9 ) all year around .- (middle) EqF (*&gqPW) -. F%( / \ Y Y j . ) half. . .+!r*-f, * . - 1> - P P. - (half) (5) ' (In this chart, katakana indicates t he on 'yomi and hiragan@indicates the k %c~'yomi.)

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