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Waku Waku Japanese-Language Lesson 15: Congratulations, Happy Birthday and Yay!

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 15: Congratulations, Happy Birthday and Yay! -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi teaches you how to say congratulations, happy birthday and yay! All very fun words you can use on exciting occassions. Omedetou-congratulations Congrats Tanjoubi omedetou-happy birthday happy Birthday Yatta!-Yay! Hooray So next time it's someone's birthday or you do well on an exam, you can use some of 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:1324310232 High evaluation: 1116 Low ...

The Japanese language basic words, Japanese (body)

The Japanese language basic words, Japanese (body) contents: body Childhood, Oyayubi, ゆ Medicine, Hitoshi Yashi, Looking, Achievement, Ash, Sideburn, Forehead, cheek, Don't hesitate, eyelid, eyelash, ankle, Abstract illustrations Wrinkled, eyes, Information, Overweight, Views:1577364371 High evaluation: 1 Low rating: 0 Post date:2019-12-26 12:46:11 VideoID:MjxwdYeLWaQ 出典:YouTube

Learn Japanese Slang! Really? ? Maji !? | Japanese Language Lesson

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Japanese Language Lesson 17-Te form conjugation

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar. Lesson 17 introduces the Te form of Japanese verbs.Miyashita-sensei will teach how to conjugate this essential form and in upcoming lessons will display the many uses for this verb form. For this lesson, we are basing conjugation off of the -masu form of the verb. Notes: Regular 1 verbs: Kaimasu / Kaoi-to buy Machimasu / Machimasu-to wait Kaerimasu / Kaerimasu-to return Shinimasu / し に ま す-to die Asobimasu / Play-to play Nomimasu / Masu-to drink Kikimasu / Kikimasu-to listen Oyogimasu / Cover-to swim Hanashimasu / は ま す し ま ...

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 5: How Are You?

Waku Waku Japanese-Lesson 5: How Are You? -------------------------------------------------- ------------------ In this lesson of Waku Waku Japanese, Konomi teaches the useful and common phrase for asking how someone is doing. o-genki desu ka?-How are you? (formal) genki?-How are you? (casual) genki-I'm doing well maa maa-I'm so-so genki jya nai-I'm in a bad mood So use this phrase to ask how someone is doing! 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:1317148825 High evaluation: 1711 Low rating: 17 Post date:2011-09-27 18:40:25 VideoID:21ifvoxZhrg ...

BEST APPS FOR JAPANESE LANGUAGE

BEST APPS FOR JAPANESE LANGUAGE yo video japanese language sikne sathi haru ko lagi usefull apps haru ko bare ma describe gariyeko xa. so man pare ma dont forget to like comment and share tq all ☞ Embassy Interview Kanji-test * ☞Embassy Interview Q & A      ☞facebookPage ■ ☞Instagram ■ ☞Twitter ■ Views:1542268804 High evaluation: 639 Low rating: 21 Post date:2018-11-15 08:00:04 VideoID:RV9fyXJ6BOw 出典:YouTube

Basic Japanese Language Lesson # 5 [Japanese Verb Tense: Past, Present, Future]

This movie is about basic Japanese verbs tenses: the present tense, the past tense and the future tense. In Japanese language, the future tense is the same as the present tense such as ran On the contrary, the past tense is different such as Words which indicates future or present helps us to distinguish the present events from the future events. Tomorrow tomorrow, tomorrow tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, next week, next week, next week, the week after next, next month, next month, next month Sarai) ~ the month after next, next year ~ next year, next year ~ the ...

Japanese Language Lesson 19-Te-form: Te Kudasai

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar. This lesson covers sentence pattern "te-kudasai." It is a way to say the magic word "please" in Japanese using te-form.Please stay tuned for future lessons on the many usages of te-form! Notes: Please Listen: Kikimasu-kiitekudasai to listen (regular I verb) Please listen to this CD. / Kono CD o kiitekudasai. Please listen to this CD. Please Read: Yomimasu-yomimasu-yondekudasai to read (regular I verb) Please read this book / Kono Nihon no hon o yondekudasai. Please read this Japanese book. Please Watch: Mimas-mimitasu-mitekudasai to see (regular II verb) Please look at this ...

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

Japanese Language Lesson 16-Invitations

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar. This lesson covers making and accepting invitations in Japanese.You can learn with Miyashita sensei three ways to invite someone to different events.Best of luck! Notes The basic form: Question: change Answer: change Examples: Watch a movie. Would you like to see it? /watch movie. why do not you? I will see a movie.Do you want to see? Want to watch a movie? / Would you like to see the English? Do you want to see a movie? Yes, let ’s see. / Yes, let's try it. Yes, let's see it. I'm ...

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