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Japanese Language-| Japanese Vocabulary English Meanings |

Japanese Language: Japanese Vocabulary- This Video is full of random Japanese words and meanings.You will find many Japanese, or Nihongo if you prefer, words and phrases translated from Japanese to English (or English to Japanese) .This includes common Japanese words, as well as some of the lesser known, but still completely random words spoken by the Japanese people. (In case you were wondering, the Japanese word for the Japanese language is Nihongo). English Meanings; 20 Words mentioned here, Pronunciation of words and their meaning in English, Usage of the words. (0: 02-7:25) Click on the Link for related video: Video ...

Language Tree Japanese for Kids-Best Way To Learn Japanese Language For Children

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Learn Japanese Culture | Shichi-Go-San Festival | Shichi-Go-San Festival

How well do you know Japanese Culture? Learn everything you need to know about Japanese Holidays with this FULL video series Join Risa for your dose of Japanese! Shichi-Go-San in Japan is a traditional rite of passage and festival day in Japan for three- and seven-year-old girls and three- and five-year-old boys, held annually on November 15 to celebrate the growth and well -being of young children.You will learn how it's celebrated, from food to decorations, while building your Japanese vocabulary.Visit us at JapanesePod101.com, where you will find many more fantastic Japanese audio and video lessons and learning resources! Find ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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) ...

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