My Japanese Log

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Onegai shimasu = Please


Hajimemashite = Nice to meet you (for the first time)


Sumimasen = Excuse me (formal)


Gomennasai = Sorry (polite)


O genki de = Take care


Suki desu = I like it


mou ichidou itte kudasai = Please say it again


Hisashiburi = It’s been a while


Jaa mata = See you




These are enough for today. i'll keep practising slowly but surely :)

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When I see those turn into kana, I'll know you've cranked it up a notch. 

 

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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leosmith wrote:
When I see those turn into kana, I'll know you've cranked it up a notch.
:smile:


lol! I dont have plan to stress myself.. hahaha

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Genki desu ka = How are you?


Ja Mata = See you later or Goodbye


Shitsurei Shimasu = Please Excuse Me (for Leaving) - I am wondering if I can use Sumimasen


Wakarimasen = I dont understand


Yokatta = Great! - I always here this word in anime 


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sore wa nan desu ka = Whats that?


oishii desu = Its delicious!


onaka ga suite imasu = Im hungry.


mata sugu ni kimasu yo = I’ll be back soon


mata ashita = See You Tomorrow


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gambatte kudasai = Hang in there

watashi = I (formal for males, normal for females)

boku = I (normal for males)


start from the beginning...


Onegai shimasu = Please

Hajimemashite = Nice to meet you (for the first time)

Sumimasen = Excuse me (formal)

Gomennasai = Sorry (polite)

O genki de = Take care

Suki desu = I like it

mou ichidou itte kudasai = Please say it again

Hisashiburi = It’s been a while

Jaa mata = See you

do the right thing even when nobody is watching

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Michelle.Batan wrote:

gambatte kudasai = Hang in there

watashi = I (formal for males, normal for females)

boku = I (normal for males)

start from the beginning...

Onegai shimasu = Please

Hajimemashite = Nice to meet you (for the first time)

Sumimasen = Excuse me (formal)

Gomennasai = Sorry (polite)

O genki de = Take care

Suki desu = I like it

mou ichidou itte kudasai = Please say it again

Hisashiburi = It’s been a while

Jaa mata = See you


Nice phrases. One day I would also like to learn the Japanese language. Good luck in your learning journey! :blush:

Edzky-18

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edz.conde wrote:

Michelle.Batan wrote:

gambatte kudasai = Hang in there

watashi = I (formal for males, normal for females)

boku = I (normal for males)

start from the beginning...

Onegai shimasu = Please

Hajimemashite = Nice to meet you (for the first time)

Sumimasen = Excuse me (formal)

Gomennasai = Sorry (polite)

O genki de = Take care

Suki desu = I like it

mou ichidou itte kudasai = Please say it again

Hisashiburi = It’s been a while

Jaa mata = See you

Nice phrases. One day I would also like to learn the Japanese language. Good luck in your learning journey! :blush:


thank you! :blush: hoping to construct few short sentences soon. 

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Welcome! :blush:

Edzky-18

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NUMBERS


1 - ichi

2 - ni

3 - san

4 - shi (yon)

5 - go

6 - roku

7 - shichi

8 - hachi

9 - kyuu

10 - juu

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o namae wa nan desu ka = What’s your name?

douitashimashite = You’re welcome.

mondai nai yo = No problem.

Sugoi = Wow! or Amazing!

Kakkoii = Cool!


Repeat these phrases: 


Genki desu ka = How are you?

Ja Mata = See you later or Goodbye

Shitsurei Shimasu = Please Excuse Me (for Leaving) - I am wondering if I can use Sumimasen

Wakarimasen = I dont understand

Yokatta = Great! - I always here this word in anime 



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yamete! = Stop it!

shinisou = Seems Like I'm Going To Die

abunai = Dangerous

doushita = What Happened?

dewamata = See You Later

mata ashita = See You Tomorrow

sayounara = Goodbye

oyasuminasai = Good Night

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Popular Greetings in Japanese


hajimemashite = How do you do

ohayoo gozaimasu = Good morning

konnichiwa = Good afternoon

konbanwa = Good evening

oyasumi nasai = Good night

ja mata = See you, Bye

mata ashita = See you tomorrow

sayoonara = Good-bye

hisashiburi = Long time, no see

samui desu ne = It's cold, isn't it?

ii tenki desu ne = It is a fine day, isn't it?

gomennasai = I'm sorry; Casual expression of apology

doozo o-hairi kudasai = Please come in

omedetoo gozaimasu = Congratulations

doozo o-kake kudasai = Please have a seat

Ganbatte! = Good Luck!, do your best, try hard

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Today, ill learn different parts of the body :)


ashi = foot, leg  

kakato = heel

hiza = knee

momo = thigh

atama = head

kao = face

kuchi = mouth 

kuchibiru = lips

ha = tooth

hana = nose 

me = eye

kami = hair

mimi = ear



will continue if I have more time :)




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SGP wrote:
Do you learn Japanese with Romaji (Latin alphabet letters) only for now?


trying to learn how to speak Japanese but no plan in learning how to write "yet"



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shita = tongue

kata = shoulder

kubi = neck

onaka = stomach

te = hand

ude = arm

senaka = back

mune = chest

uu se to = waist


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Michelle.Batan wrote:
shita = tongue
kata = shoulder
kubi = neck
onaka = stomach
te = hand
ude = arm
senaka = back
mune = chest
uu se to = waist


Nice. Are you aware that there is stress (technically called pitch accent) in Japanese words? It's not as important or prominent as stress in Tagalog, but I admit now that I wish I had learned the pitch accent at the same time I learned new Japanese vocabulary. 

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leosmith wrote:
Michelle.Batan wrote:
shita = tongue
kata = shoulder
kubi = neck
onaka = stomach
te = hand
ude = arm
senaka = back
mune = chest
uu se to = waist

Nice. Are you aware that there is stress (technically called pitch accent) in Japanese words? It's not as important or prominent as stress in Tagalog, but I admit now that I wish I had learned the pitch accent at the same time I learned new Japanese vocabulary.



hmmmm never heard of that, thanks though! ill search for it :)

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ha = Teeth

haguki = Gum / Tooth Ridge

ago = Chin / Jaw

mayu = Eyebrow

odeko = Forehead

kao = Face

hoppeta = Cheek

mabuta = Eyelids

matsuge = Eyelashes



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