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Japanese Food Vocabulary!

Learn Japanese with Yoko Yoko and Japanese Beginner Level: Basic ✏️ Watch other videos and learn Japanese grammar! Particle "no" "no" 👇 Basic Japanese Sentence Structure-"X = Y" Sentence 👇 Basic Japanese Question Sentences Basic Japanese Question Sentences 2 Irregular Verbs How to ask the time in Japanese! Colors in Japanese! How to say prices in Japanese! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ...

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 ...

ASMR IN 43 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES (Finnish, German, Korean, Swedish, Danish, French, Japanese and MORE)

Hello boys and gurrulls and everybody else! Welcome to tonight's LANGUAGE TRIGGER video with ASMR in 43 DIFFERENT LANGUAGES! If this does not make you tingle, I don't know what will! Language Trigger- Time Stamps: Afrikaans- 02:14 Albanian- 03:04 Arabic- 04:01 Armenian- 05:42 Bangla- 06:34 Bosnian- 07:21 Catalan- 08:28 Chinese- 09:07 Croatian- 09:57 Czech- 10:51 Danish- 11:47 Dutch- 12:57 Estonian- 14:18 Filipino- 14:54 Finnish- 15:37 French- 16:23 German- 16:55 Greek- 17:36 Hindi- 18:32 Hungarian- 19:30 Indonesian- 20:07 Irish Gaelic- 20:31 Italian- 21:11 Japanese- 21:41 Korean- 22:39 Latin- 23:31 Malay- 24:02 Nepali- 24:27 Norwegian- 25:10 Polish- 25:35 Portugese- 26:41 Romanian- 27:04 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Japanese Language Lesson 20-Te-form: Te mo ii desu ka

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar. This lesson covers the sentence pattern "te-mo ii desu ka" .With this sentence, you will be able to ask "may I?" In Japanese.Please stay tuned for future lessons on the many usages of te-form! Notes: May I read: Yomimasu--Yomimasu-- yonde mo ii desu ka (regular I verb) May I just read this book? / Kono nihon no hon o yonde mo ii desu ka? May I read this Japanese book? May I drink: Nomonasu-nonde mo ii desu ka (regular I verb) May I have this French wine? / Kono furansu no ...

Japanese Language Lesson 11-Interrogatives and Counters

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar. In this lesson you'll learn the wide variety of counters in Japanese! Did you know there's specific counters you use depending on a range of circumstances? From flat objects, to tall, cylinder shapes, to small and big animals and even a special counter for tofu! Along with these counters, we'll also go over some basic interrogatives to help you ask who's object it is and what kind of object it is.Good luck studying! Summary: nanmai desuka? -How many (flat things)? # + mai Mai-counter for flat objects (t-shirt, paper, stamps, postcards) ...

Japanese Language Lesson 14-To like, To understand, To be good at

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar.   In this lesson sensei goes over 3 important verbs and their different levels.Suki (to like), Wakarimasu (to understand) and Jouzu (to be good at) .So please try them out whenever you have the opportunity!     Summary: Jouzu / Jyozu, good / to be good at Suki Wakarimasu / I understand / I understand / to understand Basic structure: (Subject) wa (noun) ga (jouzu / suki / wakarimasu) (desu-with jouzu and suki) conjugate verbs for past / present / negative tense Tanaka-san is a skier / Tanaka-san wa sukii ga ...

Japanese Language Lesson 13-Locations

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar.   In this lesson you'll learn all about locations in the Japanese language!     Summary: Ue / Above / Above Shita / Did / Under Mae / Mae / In front Ushiro / behind / Behind Naka / Naka / Inside Tonari / My Neighbor / Beside Yoko / Yoko / Beside Chikaku / Chikaku / Near Hako / Hako / Box Isu / chair / chair Kaban / Bag / Bag Boushi / Hat Hon / Hon / Book Keitai / Keitai / Cell phone Tokei / Tokei / ...

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