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I am a middle school student.
I am not a middle school student.
I want to be a middle school student.
I was a middle school student.
My older sister is a high school student.
My younger sister is a high school student.
My older sister is a middle school student.
My older sister is not a high school student.
These days, an increasing number of Japanese children attend (a) and almost all children attend (b)
Japanese students attend elementary school for
Japanese attend intermediate/middle school for ......
College in Japan typically lasts ____years. Similar to the U.S.
は and は
は and が
の and は
は and も
「あなた」is used to address persons of ________.
equal or lower status.
It is better to (a) あなた.
"is not" in Japanese is (a)
The (a) form is more polite than the (b)
"Is" in Japanese is..?
Reorder the following :
"Yumi is 14 years old. I am also 14 years old."
Where is particle も placed in a Japanese sentence?
immediately after the noun to which the meaning of "also" applies.
right before the noun
right before the verb
immediately after the verbto which the meaning of "also" applies.
How is particle も translated in AFFIRMATIVE sentences?
How is particle も translated in NEGATIVE sentences? (Two answers)
Which of the following particle CANNOT be replaced by particle も?
Do Japanese children go to preschool?
An increasing number of Japanese children go to preschool
Do all Japanese children go to kindergarten?
Most of them
Some of them
How long is elementary school in Japan?
How long is intermediate school (middle school/junior high) in Japan?
How long is high school in Japan?
How long (typically) is college in Japan?