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Japanese Language & Culture             Gokusen         prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
In Japan, it is customary to put suffixes after people’s names          prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Suffixes after names     prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Suffixes after names     prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Suffixes after names     prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Suffixes after names     prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Suffixes after names     prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Suffixes after names     prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Suffixes after names     prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Suffixes after names•   Sakurazashita-sama•   Yamaguchi-sensei•   Shinohara-san•   Sawada-kun•   Keiko-chan               ...
Trivia: Family names come first•   Yamaguchi Kumiko 山口・久美子•   Fujiyama Shizuka 藤山・静香•   Shinohara Tomoya 篠原・智也•   Sawada S...
Japanese pronouns    prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsわたしprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsあなたprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsわたしたち prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsあなたたち prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Pronouns•   Watashi•   Anata•   Kare•   Kanojo•   Watashi-tachi•   Anata-tachi•   Kare-tachi•   Kanojo-tachi•   Sensei-tac...
Trivia: pronouns sound intimate• anata = darling• kare = boyfriend• kanojo = girlfriend                prepared as IM by c...
Trivia: pronouns sound rude•   anata•   kimi•   omae•   temae• koitsu• soitsu• aitsu             prepared as IM by cpcolom...
Trivia: The Japanese use names   even when they’re directly     talking to that person         [instead of you]          p...
Japanese greetings &   expressions (1) Review of Greetings and      expressions      prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings & Expressions (1)         prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings & Expressions (1)         prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings & Expressions (1)         prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings & Expressions (1)         prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings & Expressions (1)         prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings & Expressions (1)         prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Trivia: Expressions get shortened        in casual situations   Ohayou gozaimasu  Ohayou   Arigatou gozaimasu  Arigatou ...
Japanese greetings &   expressions (2)New Greetings and Expressions        prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings (2)  prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings (2)  prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings (2)  prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings (2)  prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings (2)  prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings (2)  prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Greetings (2)•   Okaeri nasai (when coming back)•   Tadaima (said by the one who comes back)•   Itte rasshai (when going a...
Japanese culture       Gokusen   prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Japanese culture   prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Japanese culture   prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Japanese culture   prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Japanese culture   prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Japanese culture   prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Japanese culture   prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Japanese culture   prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
Remember: When visiting aforeign country, learn about   the culture beforehand         prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
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Nihongo in gokusen

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Nihongo in gokusen

  1. 1. Japanese Language & Culture Gokusen prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  2. 2. In Japan, it is customary to put suffixes after people’s names prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  3. 3. Suffixes after names prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  4. 4. Suffixes after names prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  5. 5. Suffixes after names prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  6. 6. Suffixes after names prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  7. 7. Suffixes after names prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  8. 8. Suffixes after names prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  9. 9. Suffixes after names prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  10. 10. Suffixes after names• Sakurazashita-sama• Yamaguchi-sensei• Shinohara-san• Sawada-kun• Keiko-chan prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  11. 11. Trivia: Family names come first• Yamaguchi Kumiko 山口・久美子• Fujiyama Shizuka 藤山・静香• Shinohara Tomoya 篠原・智也• Sawada Shin 沢田・慎• Kumai Teruo 熊井・輝夫 prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  12. 12. Japanese pronouns prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  13. 13. Pronounsわたしprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  14. 14. Pronounsあなたprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  15. 15. Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  16. 16. Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  17. 17. Pronounsわたしたち prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  18. 18. Pronounsあなたたち prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  19. 19. Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  20. 20. Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  21. 21. Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  22. 22. Pronounsprepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  23. 23. Pronouns• Watashi• Anata• Kare• Kanojo• Watashi-tachi• Anata-tachi• Kare-tachi• Kanojo-tachi• Sensei-tachi• Sawada-tachi prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  24. 24. Trivia: pronouns sound intimate• anata = darling• kare = boyfriend• kanojo = girlfriend prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  25. 25. Trivia: pronouns sound rude• anata• kimi• omae• temae• koitsu• soitsu• aitsu prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  26. 26. Trivia: The Japanese use names even when they’re directly talking to that person [instead of you] prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  27. 27. Japanese greetings & expressions (1) Review of Greetings and expressions prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  28. 28. Greetings & Expressions (1) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  29. 29. Greetings & Expressions (1) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  30. 30. Greetings & Expressions (1) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  31. 31. Greetings & Expressions (1) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  32. 32. Greetings & Expressions (1) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  33. 33. Greetings & Expressions (1) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  34. 34. Trivia: Expressions get shortened in casual situations Ohayou gozaimasu  Ohayou Arigatou gozaimasu  Arigatou Oyasumi nasai  Oyasumi prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  35. 35. Japanese greetings & expressions (2)New Greetings and Expressions prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  36. 36. Greetings (2) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  37. 37. Greetings (2) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  38. 38. Greetings (2) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  39. 39. Greetings (2) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  40. 40. Greetings (2) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  41. 41. Greetings (2) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  42. 42. Greetings (2)• Okaeri nasai (when coming back)• Tadaima (said by the one who comes back)• Itte rasshai (when going away)• Itte kimasu (said by the one who leaves)• Kanpai (before drinking)• Itadakimasu (before eating) prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  43. 43. Japanese culture Gokusen prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  44. 44. Japanese culture prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  45. 45. Japanese culture prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  46. 46. Japanese culture prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  47. 47. Japanese culture prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  48. 48. Japanese culture prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  49. 49. Japanese culture prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  50. 50. Japanese culture prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011
  51. 51. Remember: When visiting aforeign country, learn about the culture beforehand prepared as IM by cpcoloma 2011

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