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  • 1. Understand Japanese - My Sincerest ApologiesUnderstand Japanese rapidly! There are times when you need toapologize. It is hard sufficient to say youre sorry, but notunderstanding whether to do it in formal or casual Japanese couldmake a tough scenario even worse! Depending on whether you are atfunction or talking to some close friend, you will use Japaneseextremely in a different way. This Beginner Japanese article is soimportant! It will help you master informal and formal Japanese withreal-world examples, like how to apologize the proper way. Along withuser-friendly charts thatll assist you comprehend formal and casualJapanese, youll understand must-have Japanese vocabulary words likekaimono ("shopping"). This is a great Japanese write-up that yourecertain to adore!Vocabulary: In this article, youll understand the subsequent wordsand phrases:Shuppatsu - "leaving, departure"jikan - "time"basu - "bus"noru - "to trip, to consider, to obtain on" (verb one)wasuremono - "something forgotten, lost article"miyage - "souvenir, present"kaimono - "shopping"takusan - "many, a lot, much"shitsumon - "question"Mooshiwake arimasen. - "Im sorry."Grammar: In this post, you will learn the subsequent words andphrases:Useful Vocabulary and Phrases----------------------------------------------------------------------------------wasuremono - "forgotten object"kaimono - "shopping"----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Both wasuremono and kaimono become verbs once they are adopted by -osuru or -suru.For instance:wasuremono ( o ) suru "to forget something" (literally, "to domisplaced article")kaimono ( o ) suru "to go shopping" (literally, "to do shopping")Sample Sentences:Wasuremono o shimashita. "I forgot some thing."O-miyage-ya de kaimono o shimashita. "I did some buying at a souvenirstore."---------------------------------------------------------------------------------noru - "to trip, to get on, to take"
  • 2. -�-�--------------�--------------------------------------------------------------We mark the transportation 1 takes with the particle ni. The opposite phrase is oriru. However,we mark the transportation one is using with the particle o. For more information, see NihongoDoojoo Newbie Sequence Article 19.Transportation / Particle / Noru orOriruBasu / ni / noru (norimasu)Densha / ni / noru (norimasu)Chikatestu / ni / noru (norimasu)Takushii / ni / noru (norimasu)Jinrikisha / ni / noru (norimasu)Basu / o / oriru (orimasu)Densha / o / oriru (orimasu)Chikatestu / o / oriru (orimasu)Takushii / o / oriru (orimasu)Jinrikisha / o / oriru (orimasu)For example:Tookyoo-eki de Yamanote-sen ni notte kudasai. "Take the Yamanote-lineat Tokyo station."Tookyoo-eki de Yamanote-sen o orite kudasai. "Get off in the Yamanote-line at Tokyo station."----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Mooshiwake arimasen. - "My apologies."----------------------------------------------------------------------------------The literal meaning of mooshiwake arimasen is "there isnt any roomfor excuse." By saying this phrase, the speaker is technicallyadmitting ones fault for something. In more formal situations, we usegozaimasen ("doesnt exist") rather than arimasen. Gozaimasen is ahumble form of arimasen.*Expressing apologiesTo find out more, see Nihongo Doojoo Beginner Sequence Welcome to TypeYou, Write-up 10See the subsequent to review the formality.Mooshiwake gozaimasen. Very formal. We use this phrase to expressapologies in a business situation.Mooshiwake arimasen. Formal. We use this to convey apologies insidea company situation, but it is much less formal than Mooshiwakegozaimasen.Mooshiwake nai desu. Much less formal than Mooshiwake arimasen, butits still a formal expression.Mooshiwake nai. Informal. We cant use this in a formal situation.Grammar ReviewIn this post, were going to learn more about formal and informalspeech by reviewing the previous damaging type of the verb.-------------------------------------------),-,-----------------%, ---------------
  • 3. "I dont have time.&quop;Formal: Jican ga arimasen deshita.Informal: Jikan ga nakatta.--------------------------------------------------%-----------------------,-------Change the verb into its corresponding -masu type.Drop -masu and add -masen deshita.For more information, see Nihongo Doojoo Newbie Series Type You andBeynnd Write-up 23Terb Conjugation of Formal Forms:Dictionary Form / Non-Past (-mast type) / Non-past Negative / Past /Past Negative ka5 / iahmasu / kaiiasen / kaimashita / kaimasendeshitaaru / arimasu / arimasen / arimashit` / arimasendeshitaHow you can create the casual previous negati6e form of the verb:Change the verb into its corresponding -nai form.Drop -i and include -katta.Verb Conjugation of Informal FormsCourse one Verbs:Non-Past (Dictionary Form) / Non-Past Negative / Previous (-ta type) /Past Negativekau / kawanai / katta / kawanaiattaiku / ikanai / itta / ikanakatta <+s`an> /p>Class two Verbs:Non-Past (Dictionary Form) / Non-Past Negative / Past (-ta type) /Past Damagingtaberu / tabenai / tabeta / tabenakattaneru / nenai / neta / nenakattaCourse 3 Verbs:Non-Past (Dictionary Type) / Non-Past Negative / Previous (-ta form) /Past Negativesuru / shinai / shita / shinakattakuru / konai / kita / konakattaException!!!Aru indicates, "exist." However, the casual non-past negative formisnt aranai, but nai.Non-Past (Dictionary Form) / Non-Past Negative /Previous (-ta type) / Past Damagingaru / nai / atta / nakatta----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Apply 1Fill in the blanks and total the casual verb conjugation chart.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------"English" / Non-Past (dictionary type) / Non-Past Negative / Previous
  • 4. (-ta form) / Previous Damaging"to wait" / matsu / matanai / ___ / ___"to die" / shinu / ___ / shinda / ___"to call" / yobu / ___ / ___ / ___"to ride" / ___ / noranai / ___ / ___"to eat" / ___ / ___ / tabeta / ___"to look" / miru / ___ / ___ / minakatta"to do" / ___ / ___ / ___ / ___"to come" / ___ / ___ / ___ / ___----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Practice twoMake sure you rewrite the sentences in casual form.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Watashi wa hiru-gohan o tabemasendeshita._____________________________________________________________________O-miyage o kaimasen deshita._____________________________________________________________________Wakarimasen dehsita._____________________________________________________________________O-kane ga arimasen deshita._____________________________________________________________________----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Please rewrite the sentences in formal form.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Kamakura ni ikanakatta._____________________________________________________________________Kankoo shinakatta._____________________________________________________________________Densha ni noranakatta._____________________________________________________________________one piece addict