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  • 1. Japanese Review
  • 2. Japanese Review
    Self-Introduction
  • 3. Hajimemashite
  • 4. Hajimemashite
    はじめまして
  • 5. Hajimemashite
  • 6. Hajimemashite
    はじめまして
    How do you do?
  • 7. Hajimemashite
    はじめまして
    How do you do?
    (meeting for the first time)
  • 8. DoozoYoroshiku
  • 9. DoozoYoroshiku
    どおぞようろしく
  • 10. DoozoYoroshiku
    どおぞようろしく
    Nice to meet you
  • 11. Watashiwa ___ desu
  • 12. Watashiwa ___ desu
    私は___です。
  • 13. Watashiwa ___ desu
    私は___です。
  • 14. Watashiwa ___ desu
    私は___です。
    Kanji for watashi!
  • 15. Watashiwa ___ desu
    私は___です。
    Kanji for watashi!
  • 16. Watashiwa ___ desu
    私は___です。
    I am _______.
    Name goes here
  • 17. WatashiwaJakusondesu
    私はジャクソンです。
    I am Jackson.
  • 18. 3 Ways to say “I” in Japanese
  • 19. 3 Ways to say “I” in Japanese
    Watashi (most common for anyone)
  • 20. 3 Ways to say “I” in Japanese
    Watashi (most common for anyone)
    Watakushi (formal)
  • 21. 3 Ways to say “I” in Japanese
    Watashi (most common for anyone)
    Watakushi (formal)
    Boku (for males only)
  • 22. How to bow
  • 23. How to bow
    The degree of respect is measured by the depth of the bow.
  • 24. How to bow
    The degree of respect is measured by the depth of the bow.
    Hugging and kissing, even close family & friends is not seen.
  • 25. a. Eyes move downward with bow. Do not attempt to make eye contact.
  • 26. b. Feet together facing forward.
  • 27. c. Hands are placed relaxed but straight alongside your body (if male).
  • 28. Females lightly cross their hands at their fingertips in front of their body while bowing.
    Male
    Female
  • 29. d. The body is not slouched or turned away from the other person.
    Male
    Female
  • 30. Good Morning
  • 31. Good Morning
    Formal (Polite)
    OhayooGozaimasu
    おはよおございます
    Informal
    Ohayoo
    おはよお
  • 32. Good Evening (Good Night)
  • 33. Good Evening (Good Night)
    Konbanwa
    こんばんは
  • 34. Hello
  • 35. Hello
    Konnichiwa
    こにちは
  • 36. Good-bye
  • 37. Good-bye
    Sayoonara
    さよおなら
  • 38. See you (slang)
  • 39. See you (slang)
    Jaa ne
  • 40. Addressing others
  • 41. Addressing others
    -san is a suffix attached to names in Japanese. (It can also mean Mr., Ms., or Mrs.)
  • 42. Addressing others
    -san is a suffix attached to names in Japanese. (It can also mean Mr., Ms., or Mrs.)
    You never attach –san to your own name or the names of your own family members.
  • 43. Referring to your teacher
  • 44. Referring to your teacher
    Place –sensei after your teacher’s last name.
  • 45. Referring to your teacher
    Place –sensei after your teacher’s last name.
    From this point on, I am Jackson-sensei or…
  • 46. Referring to your teacher
    Place –sensei after your teacher’s last name.
    From this point on, I am Jackson-sensei or…