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You are supposed to meet Hayashi at the airport. You and H havent met. You walk up to an Asian man and ask if he is Hayashi. The man says no, you apologize.
Sumimasen, Hayashi-san desu ka?
Iie.
Shitsuree shimashita.
You are at a party for new students. Go around and introduce yourself. Make sure you mention your affiliation and present your business card.
Hajimemashite. UAT no Samples Desu.
Kore, watashi no meeshi desu.
You run into an old friend that you haven't seen in a long time. Greet properly. Ask where he/she lives now. Talk about health. Ask what time it is. Since it is time for Japanese class, you must go. Part properly.
Konbanwa. Shibaraku desu ne. Uchi wa nan desu ka. Ogenki desu ka. Ima nanji desu ka. Waa, Shitsuree shimasu.
What time do you do X?
At Y.
___-san wa nanji ni ____ ka.
___ desu.
Get up
Okimasu
Eat breakfast
asagohan o tabemasu
Go to school
gakkoo e ikimasu
Eat lunch
hirugohan o tabemasu
Going to japanese class
nihongo no kurasu e ikimasu
eat dinner
bangohan o tabemasu
taking a shower
shawaa o abimasu
watching TV
terebi o mimasu
reading a book
hon o yomimasu
reading a newspaper
shinbun o yomimasu
going to bed
nemasu
When you meet someone for the first time.
hajimemashite
When you want to tell who you are.
_______ desu.
To get someone's attention.
Sumimasen.
When you need to know someone's name.
Onamae wa (nan desu ka).
Your name with affiliation
[affiliation] no [name] desu.
When you need to give someone your business card.
Kore, watashi no meeshi desu.
When you need to thank someone
Doomo arigatoo gozaimasu.
When someone thanked you
Doo itashimashite
When the weather is nice.
(and response)
Ii otenki desu ne?
Hai, soo desu.
When you leave sensei's office.
Dewa mata kono tsugi.
Oyasuminasai.
Ja mata.
When you see your friend that you haven't seen in 10 years.
Ohisashiburi desu ne.
To ask about someone's health.
(and response)
Ogenki desu ka.
Okagesama de.
When you want to add two numbers.
tasu
When you want to subtract two numbers.
hiku
Addition and subtraction
tashizan (addition)
hikizan (subtraction)
I have a question.
Shitsumon ga arimasu.
Please say that again.
Moo ichido onegai shimasu.
I understand (with other tenses)
Wakarimasu (mashita, masen, masen deshita)
Please wait a moment.
Chotto matte kudasai.
How do you say X in Japanese?
X wa nihongo de nan to iimasu ka.
(mark as incorrect if you forget the long II on iimasu).
(You) say X.
X to iimasu.
Please open your book.
Hon o tojite kudasai.
Please close your book.
Hon o akete kudasai.
Please look at your book.
Hon o mite kudasai.
Do not look at your book.
Hon wa minai de kudasai.
Please listen.
Kiite kudasai.
Please look at.
Mite kudasai.
Please say it.
Itte kudasai.
Please repeat again.
Moo ichido itte kudasai.
Please read it.
Yonde kudasai.
Please say it in Japanese.
Nihongo de itte kudasai.
Please repeat.
Kurikaeshite kudasai.
Please write.
Kaite kudasai.
Please practice.
Renshuu shite kudasai.
Pair off with a classmate.
Pea o tsukutte kudasai.
Please take out your notebook
Nooto o dashite kudasai.
Please write in your notebook.
Nooto ni kaite kudasai.
Please don't write anything down.
Nani mo kakana de kudasai.
Do you understand.
Wakarimasu ka.
Do you have questions?
Shitsumon ga arimasu ka.
Let's begin.
Hajimemashoo.
Once again, please.
Moo ichido.
Everyone do it together.
Minisan, issho ni.
Is that all right?
Ii desu ka.
Well done.
Yoku dekimashita.
ceiling
tenshoo
lamp
denki
curtain
kaaten
wall
kabe
window
mado
door
doa
student
gakusee
notebook
nooto
satchel
kaban
chalkboard
kokuban
chalk
chooku
chalkboard eraser
kokuban keshi
teacher
sensee
chair
isu
paper
kami
textbook
kyookasho
dictionary
jisho
book
hon
table
teeberu
floor
yuka
desk
tsukue
eraser
keshigomu
pencil
enpitsu
ball point pen
booru-pen
mechanical pencil
shaapu penshiru
pen
mannenhitsu
classroom
kyooshitsu
Greet your neighbor and talk about the weather.
Konbanwa. Ii otenki desu ne.
You are at a Japanese restaurant. The person at the table is eating something that looks good. Ask the waitress what it is, then order it. Ask how much it is.
Sumamasen. Are wa nan desu ka.
(waitress) ___ desu.
Jaa, are wa onegai shimasu.
Ikura desu ka.
Ask your partner what Hirano sensee's phone number is. After receiving this information, say thank you.
Sumimasen. Hirano sensee no denwa bangoo wa nan desu ka.
___no___ desu.
Arigaoo gozaimasu.
Ask what time it is now. Ask the time in Tokyo, LA, Chicago, and New York.
Ima nanji desu ka.
Tookyoo wa nanji desu ka.
Rosanzurusu...
Shikago...
Nyuuyooku...
Ask your partner if he/she likes fish, Japanese cuisine, Japanese beer, Hiragana, Katakana, movies, etc.
Respond with like, dislike, and hate.
[name]-san wa ___ ga suki desu ka?
___ ga suki desu.
___ ga suki ja arimasen.
___ ga kirai desu.
sakana, Nihon ryoori, Nihon biiru, Hiragana, Katakana, eega.
You are at a Japanese department store. Ask the location of watches, socks, umbrellas, books, shoes, bathrooms, etc.
Sumimasen. ___wa doko desu ka.
(response) Hai, ___ wa [floor]-kai desu.
Tokee, sookusu, kasa, hon, kutsu, toire
Ask if your partner has a pen, ball point pen, or mechanical pencil, implying that you need one. If your partner offers one, say thank you. If your partner politely says "no" without saying "no", well, that's life.
dsSumimasen. ____ wa arimasu ka.
R1) Hai, arimasu.
R2) Sumimasen ga, chotto.
Translate: Yoku ongaku o kikimasu ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
Do you listen to music often?

Hai, yoku kikimasu.
Translate: Mainichi koohi o nomimasu ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
Do you drink coffee every day?

Iie, zenzen nomimasen.
Translate: Yoku zasshi o yomimasu ka. Donna zasshi ga suki desu ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
Do you read magazines often? Which magazine do you like?

Iie, zenzen yomimasen.
Translate:[name] no uchi wa doko desu ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
Where is your house?

___ desu.
Ima nanji desu ka.
What time is it now?

Gozen/gogo [hour]-ji [minutes] hun/pun desu.
Ask this question: Do you drink tea often?

(mark as incorrect if translation takes more than a second)
Hirano sensei wa yoku o-cha o nomimasu ka.
Translate: Senshuu no shuumatsu nani o shimashita ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
Last weekend, what did you do?

Nohongo o renshuu shimashita.
Translate: Donna supootsu ga suki desu ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
Which sports do you like?

Curling ga suki desu.
Translate: Donna tabemono ga ichiban suki desu ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
Which foods do you like?

Hanbaagaa ga ichiban suki desu.
Ask this question: What is your name?

(Mark as wrong if translation takes more than a second.)
Onamae wa nan desu ka.
Translate: Kyoo wa nanji ni okimashita ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
What time did you wake up today?

Gozen hachi-ji juu-go-hun desu.
Ask this question: What is your favorite music?

(Mark as wrong if translation takes more than a second.)
Ongaku ga suki desu ka.
Translate: Konshuu no shuumatsu nani o shimasu ka.

respond.

(mark as incorrect if your translation takes more than one second)
What will you do this weekend?

Eega o mimasu.
Translate:[name] no denwa bangoo wa? (nan desu ka)

Respond.

(Mark as wrong if translation takes more than a second.)
What is your telephone number?

___no___ ichi
Ask this question: Where do you live?

(Mark as wrong if translation takes more than a second.)
Hirano sensei no uchi wa doko desu ka?
*bonus* optional responses:
Chikai desu.
Chotto chikai desu ne.
Tooi desu.
Chotto tooi desu ne.
Ask this question: What time do you go to bed?

(Mark as wrong if translation takes more than a second.)
Nanji ni nemasu ka.