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    • Understand Japanese - Your First Trip to JapanLearn Japanese effortlessly! When you first go to Japan, individualswill most likely inquire you if you have been there before. Youllwish to inform them, "Its my initial visit to Japan." You will alsowish to have the ability to inquire others whether or not theyvevisited Japan prior to. Once you receive previous this stage, itis crucial that you know whether to make use of formal or casualJapanese. And, youve got to make use of them both correctly. ThisBeginner Japanese write-up teaches you how you can use hajimete ("forthe very first time") along with other important words youll usewhen you talk about your initial trip to Japan. Youll also find anindispensable review of Japanese formal and informal speech and anexplanation of when to use each one. Dont skip the awesome chart andpractice sentences within this Beginner Japanese write-up!Vocabulary: In this article, you will learn the subsequent words andphrases:moo - "already" (adverb)tsuku - "to arrive at, to reach" (verb 1)okiru - "to get up, to obtain up" (verb two)yoku - "well, very"tsukareru - "to get tired" (verb 2)sama - (pol) "Mr." or "Mrs."aruku - "to walk" (verb 1)hajimete - "for the first time"nikkei - "Japanese descent"Burajiru - "Brazil"umareru - "to be born" (verb 2)sodatsu - "to be raised" (verb 1)mago - "grandchild"Jitsu wa - "the truth is, actually"Grammar: In this article, youll understand the following words andphrases:Useful Vocabulary and Phrases--------------------------------------------------------------------------yoku"well" �/p>--------------------------------------------------------------------------Yoku y{ |�e adverbial form"wivh the adjective yoy or ii ("good"), and it indicates &quo�;well,nicely, properly," or "often."*For more information on adverbial form see Nihongo Doojoo: NewbieSequence Time four Write-up fiveFor example:Yoku dekimashita. "Well done!" Literal translation: "Could do well."Yoku vabemashita. "( I ) ate a great deal." Literal t�anslation: "Ateni�ely.6q�ot;-----�-�-----------------------------m------�----�----------------�------- �/p>nikkei
    • "�Japanuse descent&suot;-----------------------------------------------/-------------------------- The fmrst Chinese charactezindicetes "sun, day," or "Japan." The second Shin�sg character indicates "lineage, systum,"or "group." Onc� the ti|le of a cou��vy follows, it refers descent. Nevertheless, its nikkei thatdescrmbes Japanese descent, not nihon-kei.Correcv: nikkei`Burajiru-jinIncorrect: nihonkei Burajiru-jinFor example:Nikkei peruu-jin "Japanese Peruvian"Mekishiko kei ame�ika-jin &q}ot;Mexican American"Furansu kei kanada-jin "French Canadman"�span>------------------------------------------------------------/-----=-----�- �/p>umareru - "to be born"sodatsu - "to be raised, to develop up"--------------------------------------------------------------------------The particle de follows the location one was born or raised. Examinethe usage in the examples.For instance:"I was born in Mexico." (Watashi wa) Mekishiko de umaremashita."I grew up in France." (Watashi wa) Furansu de sodachimashita."I was born and raised in Japan." (Watashi wa) Nihon de umarete, nihonde sodachimashita. (Watashi wa) Nihon de umarete, sodachimashita.--------------------------------------------------------------------------hajimete"for the very first time, first time"--------------------------------------------------------------------------Hajimete is an adverb, so we usually utilize it having a verb.Nevertheless, to say that it is ones first time experiencing something, we use the sentence construction "[ noun ] wa hajimete desu."For instance:(Watashi wa) hajimete nihon ni kimashita. "I came to Japan for theinitial time."Nihon wa hajimete desu. "Its my initial time in Japan."Nihon wa hajimete desu ka. "Is it your first time in Japan?"--------------------------------------------------------------------------Grammar Evaluation--------------------------------------------------------------------------Within this write-up, were going to learn more about formal andcasual speech by reviewing the past tense of a verb.--------------------------------------------------------------------------"Im tired."Formal: Tsukaremashita.
    • Casual: Tsukareta.--------------------------------------------------------------------------How you can produce the formal previous type of a verb:Alter the verb into its corresponding -masu type.Drop -masu and add -mashita.To find out more see Nihongo Doojoo: Newbie Sequence Type You and PastWrite-up 23For example:Dictionary Form / -masu Type / Formal Past Typearuku / arukimasu / arukimashitaneru / nemasu / nemashitaHow you can produce the informal past form of the verbAlter the werb in�o its"corres�ond�ng"-te type. =/p>Dzox -te �nd add -ta.<�pan>�o�fmnd out more sge Nihongo Doojoo: Newbie Sequence Article 24 =span>Forexample:Dictionary �ype / -te Type / Innormal Pr��ious Form (-ta tyxe) >/spa�>aruku / aruite / aruita>span>sodatsu / sodatte / sodattaokiru / okite / okitaneru / nete / netau}averu / umarete(/ umaretasuru / shite / s�itakuzu / kite / kita-----------=-------�-------------------------------------/----------------Evaluation:Please rewrite the sentences in informal form.--------------------------------------------------------------------------Watashi wa Burajiru de umaremashita.___________________________________________________________________Watashi wa Burajiru de sodachimashita.___________________________________________________________________Kyoo wa yoku arukimashita yo.___________________________________________________________________Nihon ni hajimete kimashita.___________________________________________________________________--------------------------------------------------------------------------Please rewrite the sentences in formal type.--------------------------------------------------------------------------Kamakura ni itta.____________________________________________________________________Yoku, neta.____________________________________________________________________Kinoo nani shita? ____________________________________________________________________
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