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Japanese lessons (14) particles “ni” & “de”

Nihongo no JOSHI  「ni」 to 「de」 no tsukai-kata How to use particles “ni” & “de.”   Nihon-go  no  joshi  niwa  “wa” “ga” “ni” “e” “to” “de”  nado  ga  ari-masu.  Joshi  wa  shokyuusha  ni  totte  mottomo  muzukashii  bunpoo  koomoku  no  hitotsu  desu.  kyoo  wa  kihonteki  na  “ni”  to  “de”  toiu  futatsu  no  joshi  no  tsukai-kata  o  benkyoo  shimashoo! にほんごのじょしには 「は」「が」「に」「へ」「と」「で」などが あります。 じょしは しょきゅうしゃにとって もっとも むずかしい ぶんぽう こうもくの ひとつです。 きょうは きほんてきな 「に」と「で」という ふたつの じょしの つかいかたを べんきょうしましょう! For beginners, particles are one of the most difficult part about learning Japanese. Today, let’s learn how to use the particles “ni” & “de.”   ■ Joshi “ni” / じょし「に」 = Place + Particles “ni”      つかいかた tsukaikata  (usage)   れいぶん reibun  (example sentences)  ① direction to (place)  watashi  wa  ashita  Hawai  ni  iki-masu.  I will …

J’s Japanese School Party 2015 Dec.11

12がつ11にちに、学校(がっこう)の忘年会(ぼうねんかい)を しました。 We had  忘年会(ぼうねんかい) on Dec.11th 2015. ちゃんこなべと お酒(おさけ)を飲(の)んで、ゲームでもりあがりました。おつかれさまでした。 Chanko Nabe was excellent and Gift exchange was fun. Chanko Nabe is a Japanese stew, commonly eaten by Sumo wrestlers as part of a weight-gain diet.   いざかや「笑笑(わらわら)」に いきました。We went to Izakaya called WaraWara. 笑(wara) this kanji means to laugh, smile. Please learn how to write 笑 with our Movie.    

Useful Links – Accommodation

  Accommodation information Monthly Apartment Tokyo offers a wide range of short-term serviced apartments for foreign tourists and business travelers in   Roppongi, Tokyo.  Kimi information center  SAKURA HOUSE Tokyo Room Finder Tokyo serviced apartments in Roppongi Train route finder (English)  How to get to Ebisu.  Jorudan Train route finder Japanese language test information JLPT information   

Kanji (Language writing system)

  How to learn Kanji. かおで覚(おぼ)えるKANJI   おもしろくて、かんたんなので練習(れんしゅ)してみましょう。 目(め) me  eye 鼻(はな) hana  nose 口(くち) kuchi   mouth 耳(みみ) mimi  ear 毛(け) ke   hair  

Japanese word list 8 - katakana verbs (making from Englsih words)

There are many “katakana verbs” (making from English words) used at work. Easy way to improve and expand your vocabulary is to use ” katakana verbs.” All you have to do is to add “suru” to English words (katakana).   List of Katakana verbs related to Business & work. Katakana dooshi no risuto (かたかなどうしのリスト) 100 words  Katakana verbs  Roma-ji  Meaning in English  1  アウトソーシングする  auto sooshingu suru  to farm out (outsourcing)  2  アウトプットする  auto putto suru  to output  3  アクセスする  akusesu suru  to access  4  アグリーする  agurii suru  to agree  5  アプローチする  apuroochi suru  to approach  6  アップする  appu suru  to go up, to raise, to upload  7  アテンドする  attendo suru  to …

Japanese lesson 12 - How do you say “Where did you buy (get) it?” in Japanese.

Japanese lessons 12 Nihongo no joshi  “de”  /  Japanese particle “de”   ① watashi  wa  keiko  desu. = I am Keiko Yamada. →「wa」: Subject marker (“wa” indicates the main topic of a sentence.) ② watashi  wa  kaban  o  kai-mashita. = I bought a bag. →「o」: Object marker (“o” is placed after a noun and it indicates the noun is the direct object.) ③ watashi  wa  depaato  de  kaban  o  kai-mashita. = I bought a bag at a department store. →「de」:Place marker (“de” indicates the place where an action or an event take place.) ④ watashi  wa  3gatsu  3ka  ni  depaato  de  kaban  o  kai-mashita. = I bought a bag at a department store on March third. …

Japanese lessons 11 – verb past tense in Japanese

Japanese lessons 11 Dooshi no kakokei  /  verb past tense in Japanese     tense  affirmative  negative form   non-past tense  (present / future )  tabe masu      tabe masen   past tense  tabe mashita     tabe  masendeshita    Nihongo  no  “kakokei (past tense) ” o  tsukuru  no  wa  totemo  kantan  desu. 「masu」o「mashita」ni  kaeru  dake  desu.  shita  no  rei  o  mite-mimashoo!   To make Japanese past tense is very simple. Just change the masu ending to mashita. Look at the examples below. ① watashi  wa  kinoo  raamen  o  tabe-mashita. わたしは きのう ラーメンを たべました。 I ate (had) Ramen yesterday.   Affirmative past tence :  masu →  mashita Negative past tense : masen + deshita = masendeshita.   ② watashi  wa  kinoo  …

Japanese word list 7 – katakana words (2) ; verbs making with English words

Katakana verb list  List of verbs making from English words.   ① Pasokon kankei / words related to computer  1  appu suru  to upload, to post  2  appu roodo suru  to upload, to post  3  intaanetto  (o) suru  to use the internet  4  kurikku suru  to click  5  kopii suru  to copy  6  sutaato suru  to start  7  stoppu suru  to stop  8  settingu suru  to set (up)  9  seebu suru  to save  10  sooto suru  to sort  11  daunroodo suru  to down load  12  chekku suru  to check  13  chatto suru  to chat  14  deriito suru  to delete  15  doraggu suru  to drag  16  torimingu suru  to trim  17 …

Japanese word list 6 – Katakana words (1) Verbs making with English words

Japanese word list   Katakana words (1)Japanese verbs from English   Nihon-go  ni wa  Eigo  kara  tsukurareta  dooshi  ga  takusan  ari-masu. Ikutsuka  no  Eigo  no  kotoba wa  bunmatsu  ni  ” suru”  o  tsukeru  koto  de, dooshi  ni  nari-masu. ” suru”  o  tsukeru  koto  wa, meishi  o  dooshi  ni  suru mottomo  ippanteki  na  hoohoo  desu. <translation> There are many verbs making with English in Japanese.Some English words become verbalized by adding “suru” at the end.  Adding “suru” is the most common way to verbalize a katakana noun.   ■ Yoku tsukau Katakana dooshi  no  rei  Examples ; Katakana verbs from English   Rei  o  mite-mimashoo!  /  Look at the examples!   Katakana (noun)  +  suru  …

Japanese Lessons 10 – Frequency adverbs in Japanese

Learn how to use and where to place adverbs of frequency in Japanese!   kaiwa  /  Conversation  「yoku  eiga  o  mi-masu」”How often do you watch movies”   A:  John-san,  yoku  eiga  o  mi-masu  ka? B:   hai,  yoku  mi-masu. horaa  to  komedii  o  yoku  mi-masu.   Yamada-san  wa? A:   iie,  amari   mi-masen. watashi  wa  geemu  no  hoo  ga  suki-desu. B:  watashi  wa  zenzen  geem  o  shimasen. A:  eh?  dooshite?  geemu  wa  omoshiroi  desu  yo.   <translation> A: John, do you often watch movies? B: Yes, I often do.  I often watch horror movies and comedy movies. How about you,  Mr. Yamada? A: No, I don’t often watch (movies). I prefer (playing) games. B: I …

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