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Waku Waku Japanese-Language Lesson 12: Feelings

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 12: Feelings -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi teaches you how to express some of your feelings! Ureshii-happy Glad Kanashii-sad Pretty Hidoi-how awful Terrible Bikkurishita-surprised I was surprised So try out these words next time you're feeling happy, sad or even surprised! Please stay tuned and subscribe for future episodes! Jikai mo tanoshimi ni, mata ne! Feel free to visit Japan Society's other online outlets Blog: Twitter: Facebook: Tumblr: Views:1321894688 High evaluation: 1250 Low rating: 16 Post date:2011-11-21 16:58:08 VideoID:T2SvdeRs0L8 出典:YouTube

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 18: Leaving and Coming Home

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 18: Leaving and Coming Home -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi teaches what to say when you (or someone else) is leaving the house and coming back home! Ittekimasu-i'm leaving See you Itterasshai-take care Come on Tadaima-i'm home I'm home Okaeri-welcome home; welcome back Welcome back So next time you head out for school or work, try out these words! Please stay tuned and subscribe for future episodes! Jikai mo tanoshimi ni, mata ne! Feel free to visit Japan Society's other online outlets Blog: Twitter: Facebook: Tumblr: Views:1326823976 High evaluation: 1042 Low rating: ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 6: Handy Words

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 6: Handy Words -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi goes over a few handy words that can be used in many situations. sumimasen-excuse me / I'm sorry sumimasen, kore wa ikura desu ka?-excuse me, how much is this? arigatou (gozaimasu)-thank you (informal / formal) So use these words when you want to call out to someone or thank them. Please stay tuned and subscribe for future episodes! Jikai mo tanoshimi ni, mata ne! Feel free to visit Japan Society's other online outlets Blog: Twitter: Facebook: Tumblr: Views:1317828203 High evaluation: 1407 Low rating: 27 ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 10: Where is the ~?

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 10: Where is the ~? -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi teaches you how to ask where something is and how to tell someone you don't understand. ______ wa doko desu ka?-where is the ______? Where is _____ toire-toilet / bathroom toilet eki-station station wakarimasen-I don't understand I do not know nihongo ga wakarimasen-I don't understand Japanese I don't understand Japanese So next time you need directions, try "____ wa doko desu ka?" And if you don't understand something, use "wakarimasen"! Please stay tuned and subscribe for future episodes! Jikai mo tanoshimi ni, ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Language Lesson 43: Dress Up

With the changing of seasons comes the changing of one's wardrobe! To help demonstrate this change of clothing, we're going to play dress up with our very own kisekae ningyou (paper doll )! While the Japanese language does borrow some words for articles of clothing from Western countries, there are a variety of words that even make distinctions on the area of ​​the body the clothing is being worn.So pay close attention and when you're preparing your wardrobe for the cooler temperatures, remember these words! Kisekae ningyou-paper doll (used in "dress up") Dress-up / Dress-up doll Kisekae-change clothing (play dress ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 9: I like ~ / I don & # 39; t like ~

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 9: I like ~ / I don't like ~ -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi teaches you how to say that you like something or don't like something. suki desu-like like kirai desu-don't like I dislike sentence structure: Watashi wa ______ ga suki desu I like ____ I like ______ Watashi wa ______ ga kirai desu I hate ____ I don't like _______ eiga-movie ongaku-music kaimono-shopping ame-rain yasai-vegetables So try out these expressions when you want to say you like something or dislike something! Please stay tuned and subscribe for future episodes! Jikai ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Language Lesson 34: Japan Cuts!

Are you into Japanese films? In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Erin introduces some Japanese words you might hear in a movie theater or a film festival! Speaking of movie festivals, our own Japan Society is holding North America's biggest Japanese film fest from the 12th to the 28th of July.Please check us out! Movies-Eiga Eiga / Movie Theater / cinema-Eigakan English Language / Movie Theater Film festival-Eigasai Eigasai / Film Festival Tickets-Kanshouken / Chiketto Kanshoken / Appreciation Ticket Ticket bought before the event-Maeuriken Maeuriken / advance tickets Premiere / Opening night-Koukai Shonichi School Day / Opening Day Watch ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 25: Holidays

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 25: Holidays -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi teaches you some of the holidays in Japan! Happy New Years!-Akemashite omedetou gozaimasu. Kotoshi mo yorishiku onegaishimasu (January 1st) happy New Year. Thank you again this year Valentine's Day-barentain dee (February 14th) Valentine's day White Day-howaito dee (March 14th) White Day Setsubun (February 3rd) Crush Hinamatsuri (March 3rd) Hina Matsuri Hanami (April) Hanami Golden Week (End April to Beginning May) Golden week Children's Day-kodomo no hi (May 5th) Children's day Star Festival-tanabata (July 7th) Tanabata Obon (August) Bon Tsukimi (September) Tsukimi Shichigosan (November) Shichigo Merry ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Language Lesson 22: Shopping

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 22: Shopping -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi teaches you words you can use while you're shopping! Kore-this (around speaker) this Sore-that (near the person you are speaking) It Are-that over there (not near speaker or person being spoken too) that Kore wa ikura desu ka?-How much is this? How much is this Kore wa nan desu ka?-What is this? what is this Kore o kudasai-I'll take this take this Sore wa nan desu ka?-What is that? what is that Sore o kudasai-I'll take that May I have that Are wa nan desu ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Language Lesson 44: Fun Onomatopoeia

Wile learning a new language can be a difficult and painstaking process, there are often an abundance of fun new words to learn! Japanese is no exception as it uses very expressive and amusing onomatopoeia Ever gongo and gitaigo. Ever wondered if there was a word for the sound of your mouth opening and closing when you eat? Well there is! Onaka ga pekopeko-my stomach is hungry I'm hungry Pekopeko-(onomatopoeia) hunger Be very hungry Pakupaku taberu-eat enthusiastically / quickly Pakupaku Tabe / Eating Pakupaku Pakupaku-(onomatopoeia) sound of mouth opening and closing Pakupaku Kinniku morimori-build muscle Kinnikumori / Muscle Morimori-(onomatopoeia) swelling ...

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