Unit 1

[L2] Unit 1: Lesson 5: Suggesting a second place to do the same activity

EQ: Do young people enjoy the same or different activities through the world? Why or why not? Starting Points Make a suggestion, using 〜ましょう (let’s ~) Indicate another location using double particle でも Culture Point: Though it has its roots in China, sushi is a popular dish that is associated with Japan. It originally used

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[L2] Unit 1: Lesson 1: Making a phone call

EQ: Do young people enjoy the same or different activities through the world? Why or why not? Starting Points Phrases for phone conversations Culture Point: When the Japanese answer the phone, they say もしもし for ‘hello’ rather than こんにちは. The word もしもし comes from the verb もうす(もうします)meaning “to speak”. So, もしもし literally means ‘speak, speak’ in

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[L2] Unit 1: Lesson 4: Talking about where something is located

EQ: Do young people enjoy the same or different activities through the world? Why or why not? Starting Points Indicate the location of something, using noun 〜の__に〜 Culture Point: こうばん, often translated as police box in English, are small police stations located in neighborhoods throughout Japan. They are usually one-story buildings with one or two

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