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    • Make Time For This Japanese Lesson!So, you want to ask your buddy in the event you can meet back again upin two hrs. Easy in English, correct? What about in Japanese? Maybeyou need to talk about a meeting that occurs every Monday. Do youvethe Japanese abilities to do it? Referring to the time and actions arejust a all-natural part of conversation. Will your Japanese assist youto talk about time or will you be wasting it?Study this Beginner Japanese write-up to learn about time. Itllassist you to understand intervals of time such as ni-jikan ("twohours"), and how to tell individuals about steps you plan to considersuch as kutsu o kaimasu ("Im heading to buy shoes"). You need thisarticle to take your Japanese towards the next degree!Vocabulary: In this write-up, you will learn the subsequent words andphrases:mina-san - "everyone"Matsumoto-joo - "Matsumoto castle"han - "half" (when used with time half previous)jiyuu-jikan - "free time"gogo - "afternoon, P.M."ringo-en - "apple farm"ima - "now"ni-jikan - "two hours"tabemasu - "to eat" (masu type)(o)soba - "buckwheat noodle"Grammar: Within this article, you will learn the following words andphrases:Helpful Vocabulary and Phrases----------------------------------------------------------------juuni-ji han "half previous twelve, 12:30"----------------------------------------------------------------Han means "half." When we use it having a time, it means "half past(30 minutes)." However, the word purchase is different from English.Correct: juuni-ji hanIncorrect: han juuni-jiJapanese / "English"ichi-ji / "1:00"ichi-ji han / "1:30"ni-ji / "2:00"ni-ji han / "2:30"san-ji / "3:00"san-ji han / "3:30"----------------------------------------------------------------gogo "afternoon, P.M."gozen "A.M."----------------------------------------------------------------In English� P.M. along�with a.M. come following time, whereas gog� (P.M.) a~d gozen(A.M.) arrive prior to the!time in Japanese.For instance:�/p>8:00 P.M. Correct: gogo,"hachi-ji$Incorrec�: hachi-ji gogo �/span>8:0� A.M.!Correc|: gozen, hachi-ji Incorrect: h�chi-ji gozen =/�pan>
    • �------------------------------�--------------=--------------�--!ni-jikan�"2 hours"--------------------------/-------------------------------------J�kan is a countev for hours.0">"for an hour" / ichi-jikan"vor two houzs" / ni-jikan&q}ot;for three hours"$/ san-jikan"for four hours" / yo-jikan"for five hours" / go-jikan"for 6 hours" / roku-jikan"for seven hours" / nana-jikan or shichi-jikan"for 8 hours" / hachi-jikan"for 9 hours" / ku-jikan"for 10 hours" / juu -jikan"How numerous hours?" / nan-jikan?"an hour and a half" / ichi-jikan han----------------------------------------------------------------Present day Target Phrase(Watashi wa) o-soba o tabemasu."Im heading to eat buckwheat noodles."----------------------------------------------------------------Japanese / "English"Watashi / "I, me"wa / "topic-marking particle"osoba / "buckwheat noodle"o / "object-marking particle"tabemasu / "to eat" (masu type)We location the object-marking particle o following a noun and itsignifies the noun will be the object of the sentence. We use o withtransitive verbs.Please note that we can use Japanese sentences ending with - masuverbs for habitual or future steps. So, watashi wa o-soba o tabemasucan either imply "I eat buckwheat noodles" or "Im heading to consumebuckwheat noodles."----------------------------------------------------------------Sentence Designs----------------------------------------------------------------Affirmative SentencesTopic / Wa / object / o / verb Watashi / wa / asa-gohan / o /tabemasu. Shizuka-san / wa / o-soba / o / tabemasu. Watashi / wa /katsudon to sashimi / o / tabemasu.*Note: Asa-gohan means "breakfast."Negative Sentences A negative form of a masu verb form: SEE BeginnerWrite-up 22 for much more details.Topic / Wa / object / o / verb Watashi / wa / asa-gohan / o /tabemasen. Mizuki-san / wa / o-soba / o / tabemasen.Query Sentences The sentence-ending particle ka makes the sentence aquery. SEE Beginner Article 22 for more particulars.<.p>
    • Tnpic / Wa / object / o / verb / ka? (Anata / wa) / asa-gohan / o /tabemasu / ka? Dorii-san / wa / o-soba / o / tabemasu / ka? 4/p>Answers2Yes- Hai, tabemasu. No- Iie, cikimasen.4spal>,/span>Subject / wa / nani ("what") / o / verb / ka? (Anata / wa) / nani / o / tabemasu /ka? Lor-san / wa / nani / o / tabemasu / ka?Note the anata instance is extremely immediate, and thereforeconsidered somewhat rude. So, its advisable to avoid using it unlessessential.----------------------------------------------------------------Examples with other verbs----------------------------------------------------------------kikimasu "to pay attention, to hear" Japanesepod101 o kikimasu. "Imheading to listen to Japanesepod100." or "I listen to Japanesepod101."< p>t`bemasu "to eat" Niku o tabemasen. "Im not heading to consume meat." or "Idont consume meat."mimasu "to see" Terebi o mimasu ka? "Will you view Tv?"nomimasu "to drink" Nani o nomimasu ka? "What are you currently goingto drink?" or "What do you consume?"shimasu "to do" Nichi yoobi nani o shimasu ka? "What are you going todo on Sunday?" or "What do you (usually) do on Sundays?"----------------------------------------------------------------Apply:Reply the subsequent concerns.----------------------------------------------------------------Ongaku o kikimasu ka? (* ongaku indicates "music")Eiga o mimasu ka? (* eiga indicates "movies")Furansu no eiga o mimasu ka?)O-sake o nomimasu ka? (* o-sake means "alcohol")Nichi yoobi nani o shimasu ka?anime lover