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Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
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Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
Basics of the japanese language session 6 v4 animated
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  • 1. Basics of theJapanese Language Lunch-time sessions at PCC By Peter Missen Session 6 Food
  • 2. Recap of previous sessionAny questions about the previous session?Anything to share?
  • 3. Objectives for this sessionGrammar – object marker – subject markerHungry/thirstyOrdering at a RestaurantVegetarianismNegative tense of verbsThe final set of sounds
  • 4. Grammar – object marker (w)o をShows the action of a verb on a noun.Usage pattern:noun o verbo is written as (w)o in some text books.Example:wain (w)o nomimasu. (drink wine)ワインを飲みます。The verb to drink acts on the noun wine.
  • 5. Grammar – subject marker ga がIntroduces a subject for the first time.Or when speaker believes information is new to the listener.watashi wa wain ga suki desu. I like wine.私はワインが好きです。suki = like (generally pronounced “ski”)
  • 6. I’m hungryonaka ga sukimashita.御腹が空きました。onaka = stomach(2kanji: honorific + stomach)sukimashita = empty
  • 7. I’m thirstynodo ga kawakimashita.喉が渇きました。nodo = throatkawakimashita = dry
  • 8. Sentences a waiter might use:gochuumon wa okimari desu ka.ご注文はお決まりですか。Have you decided on your order?go = honorificchuumon = order (2kanji: note + writing)o = honorifickimari = determineokimari desu ka. お決まりですか。Have you decided?gochuumon wa. ご注文は。 (less formal)What would you like to order?
  • 9. Ways to order sushi:sushi o onegaishimasu.すしをお願いします。(sushi please – polite)sushi o kudasai.すしをください。(sushi please – less formal)sushi o moraimasu.すしをもらいます。(to receive sushi)
  • 10. I am a vegetarianwatashi wa saishokushugisha desu.私は菜食主義者です。(5 kanji: plant + eating + ethics + ism + person)OR watashi wa bejitarian desu私はベジタリアンです。
  • 11. I am a veganAdd kanzen to make vegetarian mean vegan.kanzen = complete 完全(2kanji: complete + whole)watashi wa kanzensaishokushugisha desu.私は完全菜食主義者です。
  • 12. Some object marker examples.watashi wa bi-ru o nomimasu. I drink beer私はビールを飲みます。bi-ru = beernomimasu = polite form of verb to drinkwatashi wa toriniku o tabemasu. I eat chicken.私は鶏肉を食べます。toriniku = chicken meat (2kanji: chicken + meat)tabemasu = polite form of verb to eat
  • 13. To make a verb negativeUse ~masen ending. For example:wakarimasen 解りません。(don’t understand)nomimasen 飲みません。 (don’t drink)tabemasen 食べません。 (don’t eat)
  • 14. I don’t…watashi wa bi-ru o nomimasen.私はビールを飲みません。 I don’t drink beerwatashi wa toriniku o tabemasen.私は鶏肉を食べません。 I don’t eat chicken.
  • 15. I don’t…watashi wa furansugo o wakarimasen.私はフランス語を解りません。I don’t understand FrenchFrench = Katakana France + kanji for languagewatashi wa sakana o tabemasen.私は魚を食べません。I don’t eat fishsakana = fish
  • 16. I don’t…watashi wa niku o tabemasen.私は肉を食べません。I don’t eat meat.niku = meatwatashi wa butaniku o tabemasen.I don’t eat pork.私は豚肉を食べません。butaniku = pork (2 kanji: pig + meat)
  • 17. The final set of sounds kya kyu kyo きゃ きゅ きょ sha shu sho しゃ しゅ しょ cha chu cho ちゃ ちゅ ちょ nya nyu nyo にゃ にゅ にょ hya hyu hyo ひゃ ひゅ ひょmya myu myo みゃ みゅ みょ rya ryu ryo りゃ りゅ りょ gya gyu gyo ぎゃ ぎゅ ぎょ ja ju jo じゃ じゅ じょ bya byu byo びゃ びゅ びょ pya pyu pyo ぴゃ ぴゅ ぴょ
  • 18. No Homework!!!An interesting Japanese sentence to finish on:裏庭には二羽、庭には二羽鶏が居る。uraniwa ni wa niwa, niwa ni wa niwa niwatori ga iru.In the back garden there are two, in the garden there are two chickens.That’s all folks…A final chance for questions ???????gambatte kudasai…

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