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Japanese Language Lesson 12-Interrogatives

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar.   In this lesson you'll learn all about the interrogatives within the Japanese language!     Summary:   Mary-san wa ashita tomodachi to kissaten de ko-hi- wo nomimasu. Mary has a cup of coffee tomorrow. Tomorrow, Mary and a friend will drink coffee at a café.   Nano wo nomimasuka? / What do you do? / What will you drink?   Doko de nomimasuka? / Where can I get it? / Where are you drinking?   Dare to nomimasuka? / Who will you be with? / Who will you drink with? ...

Japanese Language Lesson 10-Particles

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar. In this lesson, you will learn an introduction to Japanese particles (specifically wa is in ni, to and and de) .Please be on the lookout for future lessons, where we'll discuss particles further along with more grammar and sentence structure. ! Japan Society currently offers 12 comprehensive levels of Japanese, as well as a variety of specialized courses and workshops including shodō (Japanese calligraphy) .Courses take place year round with Fall, Spring and Summer semesters along with intensive and specialized courses throughout the year, so please stop by or visit our ...

Japanese Language Lesson 15-Adjectives

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar.   In this lesson, sensei goes over both -i and -na adjectives! Learn these words and how to conjugate them to help you become more descriptive with your sentences! These are just some of the many adjectives you'll encounter in Japanese, so please go out and study to expand your vocabulary even more!     Summary: -Adjectives Hot / Hot / Hot Cold / cold High / expensive / Expensive Easy / Cheap / Inexpensive Big / Big / Big Small / Small / Small New / New / New Sieve ...

Easy Japanese 1-Typical Japanese

Learn Japanese with Easy Japanese: In our first episode of Easy Japanese Mona takes us around Sendai, asking people what's typical Japanese to them! *** NEW: GLOSSARY *** PRONUNCIATIONS “Wo” becomes “o.” “Wa” is grammatically “ha”, but it pronounces as “wa.” “Iu” usually pronounces as “yu.” GLOSSARY Omoiyari: being considerate and thoughtful of the situation and the state of mind of someone other than yourself.The state of having compassion and sympathy toward others. Omotenashi: Ways in which one welcomes, hosts, and provides service to customers in a heartfelt manner. Pretty Cure: Haikyuu !!: Kurobasu: “Kuroko no Basuke” or “Kuroko ’s ...

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