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Content description VCJAU125

Japanese: F–10 Sequence / Foundation to Level 2 / Understanding / Language variation and change
Content description
Recognise that Japanese and English borrow words and expressions from each other and from other languages
  1. noticing that languages borrow words from one another and that both Japanese and Australian English include many words and expressions from other languages
  2. recognising that Japanese uses many loan words from English and other languages, such as ペン、テレビ、ピンク, and that these are pronounced differently by Japanese speakers
  3. recognising that English loan words in Japanese are written in katakana and sound like a familiar word in English, for example, レモン、ピザ、アイスクリーム
  4. creating a class record of Japanese words that are used in English and other languages, such as ‘judo’, ‘origami’, ‘sushi’ and ‘manga’, and comparing how these words are pronounced in the two languages
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