Thank you for ... & You're welcome in Japanese (NATIVE WAY) Saying "thank you" is one of the most important
Today we'll learn how to talk about health in Japanese! First, how do you say "health" / "healthy" in Japanese?
How to say Rusty in japanese I love learning languages. Linguistics is my life! But recently I haven't been able to practice my Russian and German. So let's learn how to say "I'm rusty" in Japanese! First, if you look it up in a dictionary, you get 錆びる sabiru (金 "gold" + 青 "blue") But it means "to rust" for "iron / metal". NOT a person. E.g 自転車が錆びちゃった。 Jitensha ga sabi-chatta = My bike got rusty. はさみが錆びて、使えない。
Questions Japanese people ask foreigners 100% of the time!!! As I work as a Japanese tutor, I talk to so
Talking about hobbies in Japanese + こと and の explained! Today let's learn how to talk about hobbies in Japanese!
A lot of students, even intermediate learners, sometimes ask me 「先生、"makes sense" は日本語でなんと言いますか。」 Sensei, "makes sense" wa nihon-go
最近毎日仕事を頑張っています ...疲れたー！ そんなわけで、 "Reward for yourself / To pamper / To treat yourself " を日本語で何というか覚えましょう！ saikin mainichi shigoto wo ganbatte-imasu...tsukaretaa! sonna wake de, "Reward for yourself / To pamper / To treat yourself " wo nihongo de nan to
こんにちは！みさです～ 実は私はお酒を全然飲まない・・・というか飲めない （体が受け付けない）ので、 お酒の種類とかは全然知りません！ とにかく、今日は「酔う」という言葉について説明します！ Konnichiwa! Misa desu Jitsu wa, watashi wa o-sake wo zenzen nomAnai ...toiuka nomEnai (karada
When you describe the feeling of jealousy, there are two different words in English : jealousy and envy. Those words mean slightly different things. Although in colloquial speech, you are likely to use "jealous" more. For instance, in English, when you see your boyfriend talking to another girl, you cannot say "I envy her" but only "I'm jealous". Similarly in Japanese, depending on "why" you are jealous, you need to use different words. "I'm jealous" as in "You are lucky" or "I want that too". "I'm jealous" as in "You are a lucky bastard" or "That's not fair". "I'm jealous" as in "I'm so jealous and I hate him /her. " - HOLY MOLY "I'm jealous" as in "What if I loose him/her/it". Let's learn how to say those in that order. "I'm jealous" as in "You are lucky" or "I want that too". The most common one that Japanese people use is : いいな ii na. Easy : ) You must know this i-adjective いい which means good. Just put な na after い な na , which, if you put in the end of the sentence, often expresses the feeling
I always ask my students if they want to practice casual speech, like that you would use with friends in