Home Forums Mini-Lessons 08-17-2011 – Good Life #2 [ANSWERED]

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  • #15802

    koichi
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    Let’s keep going with this conversation from the jdrama Good Life.

    Today’s Sentence is:

    とても空気が澄んだ3月の朝。

    1. What does とても mean?

    2. What does 空気が澄んだ mean?

    3. What does the whole sentence mean?

    4. What bit grammar was omitted?

    Good luck! In some ways this one is a bit easier, in some ways it might be a bit harder than the last one.

    • This topic was modified 12 years, 10 months ago by  koichi.
    #15805

    Jacob
    Member

    This sentence has lost me. I think its something about clean air in march?

    #15806

    Alex
    Member

    1. Very (got that without rikaikun :D)
    2. Clear skies
    3. There were very clear skies in the mornings of March?
    4. I think something just before 3月の朝 but I’m not sure.

    #15810

    Kaona
    Member

    1. Very.

    2. Clear air?

    3. The air was very clear every morning in March? (Or something to that effect.)

    4. The day in March?

    #15812

    Reiden
    Member

    1. Very!

    2. clear sky (needed rikaichan :(

    3. The clear skies are in the morning of Marsh?(doesnt seem right at all lol)

    4. don’t know :(

    #15813

    missingno15
    Member

    1.大阪弁で言えば、「めっちゃ」という意味になりますね

    2.天気が良くなってきたということです

    3.It is/was a very clear March morning

    4.最後の語尾ミッシング

    これも難しい!「澄んだ」が分からなかった

    #15826

    It was a clear day on the morning of march third.

    #15830

    David
    Member

    I decided to skip the end of this page to type my reply, so I wouldn’t have any preconception based on others’ answers.

    1. very
    2. air cleared; past tense, related to weather.
    3. I going to say “The mornings in March had very clear skies.”
    4. Hmm, I was bit uncertain about ordering of this sentence; perhaps there’s a particle missing that would have made things a bit more clear?

    #15834

    zeldaskitten
    Member

    my guesses:

    とても空気が澄んだ3月の朝。

    1. very

    2. air became clear

    3. air was clear during March mornings

    4. no verb at end. or no particle before the 3?

    • This reply was modified 12 years, 10 months ago by  zeldaskitten.
    =^..^=
    #15840

    SinisterT
    Member

    Was a very clear March morning.

    #15842

    1. very
    2. air is clear
    3. The air is very clear March mornings.
    4. に at the end… I think.

    #15844

    Revenant
    Member

    1. とても means very
    2. くうきがすんだ could mean “the weather cleared”
    3. On the morning of the 3rd march the sky was crystal clear.
    4. I feel a particle missing.

    #15845

    Mark
    Member

    1. Very
    2. Clean Skies
    3. March has very clean skies in the morning
    4. ?A particle?

    • This reply was modified 12 years, 10 months ago by  Mark.
    #15872

    Revenant
    Member

    ちょっと間違った!三月は三月でしょう?三月三日じゃありません!
    どうか許してあげる!

    #15873

    koichi
    Member

    *Official* Answer – good job everyone!

    とても空気が澄んだ3月の朝。

    1. What does とても mean?

    “Very”

    2. What does 空気が澄んだ mean?

    “Clear Skies”

    3. What does the whole sentence mean?

    “It was a very clear march morning”

    4. What bit grammar was omitted?

    The です or だ at the end. Being casual, I guess.

    nice job! This one was a little more confusing and had a little more depth to it. Next one is pretty easy I think, though.

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