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anonymous
 3 years ago
@InYourHead So I was wondering if you could check these for me please?
Answer the following questions about the location of these places in your own town with respect to your own house. The first one is done for you. Follow the structure in sentence one.
1. プールは どこに ありますか。
2. がっこうは どこに ありますか。
3. スーパーは どこに ありますか。
4. パンやは どこに ありますか。
5. としょかんは どこに ありますか。
6. びょういんは どこに ありますか。
7. くつやは どこに ありますか。
8. ゆうびんきょくは どこに ありますか。
English:
1. Where is the pool? (うちの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) house.
2. Where is the school? (うちの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) house.
3. Where is the supermarket? (うちの どころに あります。) It's far from (the) house.
4. Where is the bakery? (うちの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) house.
5. Where is the library? (バンクの ちかくに あります) It's close to (the) bank.
6. Where is the hospital? (うちの どころに あります。) It's far from (the) house.
7. Where is the shoe shop? (うちの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) house.
8. Where is the post office? (としょかんの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) library.
So did I do it correctly?
I think I did pretty good ^_^. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Thanks :)
anonymous
 3 years ago
@InYourHead So I was wondering if you could check these for me please? Answer the following questions about the location of these places in your own town with respect to your own house. The first one is done for you. Follow the structure in sentence one. 1. プールは どこに ありますか。 2. がっこうは どこに ありますか。 3. スーパーは どこに ありますか。 4. パンやは どこに ありますか。 5. としょかんは どこに ありますか。 6. びょういんは どこに ありますか。 7. くつやは どこに ありますか。 8. ゆうびんきょくは どこに ありますか。 English: 1. Where is the pool? (うちの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) house. 2. Where is the school? (うちの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) house. 3. Where is the supermarket? (うちの どころに あります。) It's far from (the) house. 4. Where is the bakery? (うちの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) house. 5. Where is the library? (バンクの ちかくに あります) It's close to (the) bank. 6. Where is the hospital? (うちの どころに あります。) It's far from (the) house. 7. Where is the shoe shop? (うちの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) house. 8. Where is the post office? (としょかんの ちかくに あります。) It's close to (the) library. So did I do it correctly? I think I did pretty good ^_^. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks :)

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anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Alright, everything looks good to me. Sorry it took so long. I was running myself through research, to refresh my memory.

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Instead of always using ちかく, you can also use よこ (next to), まえ (in front of/across), みぎ (right of), ひだり (left of)...

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0VincentLyon.Fr gives us some useful location words that we can use. But good job with your own work though. =)

Opcode
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Yays :) I'm learning :3 Okay thank you all :)

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0はい、 どういたしまして I see that in #1, you said "The pool is close to the house," and it's perfectly correct. It's fine. Have they shown you the alternate way of saying it? Like..."There is a pool close to the house"? "Uchi no chikaku ni pool ga arimasu"?

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Well, I wrote it in romaji so that you could see how it's broken down. In order to tell the location of the pool, we can say it in one of two ways: "The pool is near the house," "Pool wa uchi no chikaku ni arimasu." or...."there is a pool near the house." "Uchi no chikaku ni pool ga arimasu." You see how in the second way, we use the word "ga"?

Opcode
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Yes. We use GA when the sentence contradicts. And we use KARA when the sentence agrees. (が) = GA [But] (から) = KARA [Because]

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Yes, you're right. This is a totally different way of using GA though. GA can actually be used across multiple situations. I won't lay it on you now. Don't wanna give you an overload. What you did for this assignment was totally fine anyhow.

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0No problem, you're welcome. I'm glad you're getting the hang of the whole japanese thing.
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