By Arthur Rose-Innes

Pt. I. Graduate routines in conversational Japanese.--pt. II. straightforward grammar of the japanese spoken language.--pt. III. Vocabulary of universal eastern phrases with a variety of examples & notes

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Get out the pair I bought yesterday. 11. Instead of buying two five-sen pencils would it not have been better to have bought one ten-sen one ? 12. You had 13. You better eat all the fish otherwise it will go bad, and I don't want that. had better take the desk upstairs, it's in the way here. 14. If you no longer care for that watch, you had better sell it. 15. Shall we stop at a Japanese inn 17. or at a hotel ? 16. We had better stop at a Japanese inn, it is cheaper. You had better show this letter to the police.

19. No, it is not ripe yet. 20. Mr Yamada 's wife is ill, so I don't think he will be able to come today. 21. A policeman today brought me the ring which had been stolen the other day (by a y> robber). EXERCISE 35. By changing the final u of a verb into e'ru we obtain intransitive verbs which often do duty for potential verbs. When the original verb ends in e'ru or i'ni this cannot be done. nimotsu : package oto : sound. ri : ; luggage. mi e'ru 2*4 miles. the post. omoshiroi : amusing. meddle with.

Yamada San wa itsu de mo jibiki wo kashite kudasaimasti, (C). 11. Kono kimono ga kawaitara anata no o hey a ni motte itte agemasho (C). 12. ga, oshiete (C). 7. Dare ga omae ni sono hana wo motte kite kureta ? (A). 13. Hana-ko desu (C). 14. Brown San wa musuko ni Ei-go wo oshiete kudasaimashita (C). 15. Anata no tokei wo naoshite agemasho ka ? (C). 16. Arigato, mo Yamada San ga naoshite kudasaimashita (C). 17. Mizu ni kori wo irete agemasho ka? (C). 18. Ano mise wa nan de mo yasui kara itsu de mo kyaku ga takusan am (B).

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