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If you don’t wash the car your father will not give you your pocket money. To do this in Japanese, you need to use the word to. This is the same one you use for the word “and”. Here’s what you do: Sentence 1 to Sentence 2 For example: ruii bitton no saifu wa takai to kaimasen If the LouisVuittion purse/wallet is expensive I won’t buy it Let’s break that down: ruii bitton Louis Vuitton no ownership particle/noun as adjctive particle saifu wallet/purse wa topic marker particle “as for” takai expensive to if kaimasen negative polite for of kau “to buy” Let’s try another one: kabin o kowasu to okaasan ni okorareru If you break the vase your mother will get angry Let’s break that one down: kabin vase o direct object particle kowasu break (dictionary form) to if okaasan mother ni okorareru get angry Try and make a few sentences of your own. The only strict rule is that any verb in Sentence 1 must not be past. If the sentence is past tense then that is indicated by the tense of Sentence 2. See you next time. David Posted in Grammar | Leave a comment “Together” in Japanese Posted on February 25, 2009 by admin Hi All, Short lesson today. In this lesson we are going to cover the word for “together”. In English you can say, “I’m going to Tokyo on Sunday. Would you like to come with me?” To say “come with” or “be with” or “join” in Japanese you use the word together. The Japanese for together is issho ni. So, let’s look at the invitation in Japanese: nichi youbi ni tokyo ni ikimasu. issho ni ikimasenka? Let’s break that down: nichi youbi Sunday ni direction particle ikimasu to go issho ni together, with, join with ikimasenka to go (suggestion) Posted in Grammar | Leave a comment How to Learn Japanese Fast Posted on February 25, 2009 by admin Hi All, Today I’m going to show you a method you can use to learn Japanese vocab fast. We’ll learn five Japanese words. Once you’ve learned these words, you’ll never forget them. The words we will learn are the Japanese words for the following: cat hill shrine (temple-like) desk room All you need to do is read the below sentences. For each “Imagine” sentence, close eyes and try to vividly imagine the details for 10 seconds. While you are imagining repeat the Japanese word to yourself. Let’s go: 1. CAT – The Japanese for cat is neko (neh – koh) Imagine a cat with a long NECK 2. HILL – The Japanese for hill is saka (sah – kah) Imagine a boy playing SOCCER on a hill 3. SHRINE – The Japanese for shrine is jinja (jin – jah) Imagine a shrine made entirely from GINGERBREAD 4. DESK – The Japanese for desk is tsukue (soo – koo – eh) Imagine the removalists TOOK AWAY your desk 5. ROOM – The Japanese for room is heya (hay – yah) Imagine bales of HAY ALL over your room So simple! Now you’ll never forget those five words! To learn hundreds of Japanese words fast, visit Posted in Vocab | Tagged how to learn Japanese fast | Leave a comment The “ands” of Japanese Posted on February 20, 2009 by admin In Japanese there are many ways that you can say and. In today’s lesson we will discuss two common ways and their differences. You are probably familiar with the normal Japanese word for and. It is to (pronouned “toh”) This and is used in cases where you are describing a finite list. For example, we would use to in the following sentence: There is a book and a pencil on top of the table (but nothing else on the table) hon to enpitsu ga teburu no ue ni arimasu But, in the following example we need to use a different “and”. The following example is of an infinite list: There is a book and a pencil on top of the table (but there’s other stuff on top of the table too) hon ya enpitsu ga teburu no ue ni arimasu So, the simple rule to follow is if you are creating an infinite list use ya, otherwise use to. Let’s look at each word individually: hon book enpitsu pencil to and (used for finite lists, ie. the list includes everything) ya and (used for infinite lists, ie. the list doesn’t include everything) ga subject marker particle teburu table no possessive particle ue top ni direction particle arimasu to exist (there is) See you next time, David Posted in Grammar | Tagged japanese and, japanese to, japanese ya | Leave a comment Coming and Going in Japanese Posted on February 12, 2009 by admin Today’s lesson is a short one. Today we’ll discuss coming and going in Japanese. When you return home for the day you would probably say something like, “I’m home” or “I’m back”. In response, your wife, husband, family, etc. may say something like “Welcome home”. There are equivalents that are used in Japanese. These are generally used, in most situations in Japan (where you are returning from something). For example: when you return home when you return to the office when you get back to Japan and you are visiting someone for the first time since being back To say “I’m back” in Japanese you say tadaima (loosely translates to “just now”) To say “Welcome home” in Japanese you say okaeri (kaeri comes from kaerimasu – to return) See you next time Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged okaeri, tadaima | Leave a comment Saying where you live in Japanese Posted on February 6, 2009 by admin Hi All, Long time no see! Today’s lesson is talking about where you live. In this lesson we are going to use the verb “to live”. The root verb/dictionary verb of to live is sumu. When you talk about where you live, you must use a progressive tense verb. For example, “I am living in Japan.” To make a verb progressive, we need to switch the -te form and add imasu. (If you want to a quick lesson of converting forms of verbs see this post) So “to live” becomes “living”. sumu becomes sunde imasu Let’s look at some examples: I live in Japan/I am living in Japan watashi wa ni hon ni sunde imasu I live in Osaka, Japan/ I am living in Osaka, Japan watashi wa ni hon no osaka ni sunde imasu I live in Melbourne/I am living in Melbourne watashi wa meruborun ni sunde imasu Let’s quickly review each of the sentence parts: watashi I wa topic marker particle ni hon Japan osaka Osaka meruborun Melbourne ni direction/to/from particle sunde imasu living Sign up for free lesson updates (and occasional ramblings) * I will never share your email address with anyone Email: Name: Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged living in Japanese, sumu, sunde imasu | Leave a comment ← Older posts Archives July 2015 June 2015 March 2014 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 May 2008 April 2008 March 2008 February 2008 January 2008 December 2007 November 2007 October 2007 September 2007 August 2007 July 2007 June 2007 Recent Posts Why You Must Learn To Read Hirgana As A First Step Learn Japanese Fast – Limited Time Special Offer Interesting article Japanese – From Zero To Hero In Days Using “if” in Japanese Blogroll Dental Pro 7 Reviews Omega Body Blueprint Online Japanese Lessons Read Japanese Fast Rocket Japanese Speak Japanese Fast Speak Spanish Fast Proudly powered by WordPress. 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