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a/a w line
well!
ah!
desu
is
ha-isha
dentist
eigo
english
okusan
(your/his) wife
sensei
teacher
so (w line on o) desu
that is so
igirisuji
british (person)
amerikajin
american (person)
de wa arimasen
negative of desu
iie/ie
no
kore
this
sore
that (by you)
watashi no
my [noun]
hai
yes
shinbun
newspaper
do(line)mo
thanks
Furansu
France
doko
where? what place
chizu
cheese
are
that (over there)
nan?
what?
zenbu
all
ichigo
strawberry
jamu
jam
hora!
look! (informal way of getting someone to look at something)
tabemono
food
zenbu
all
ichigo
strawbery
doko no [noun[
[noun] of what place
A wa B desu
A is B
ja arimasen
negative of desu
wa nai desu
negative of desu
the particle "ka"
particle which makes a statement a question
yo
putting this at the end of a sentence works similar to the exclaimation mark in english
ne
used to solicit agreement from the reader like "isn't it" in English
mo
can be substituted for wa and has a means "also" or "too" as in I am a teacher, too.
[noun] no [noun]
noun before it provides furthur information about the noun after it
A wa B desu
How to say A is B
adding "ka"
how to turn a statement into a question
start with hai or iie
how to respond to yes or no questions
are
meaning "over there"
A wa X no B desu
when you want to add to the description of a thing
dare no?
of who?
doko no?
from where?
nan no?
of what?
kanai
used in reference to wife not when talking to wife
hajimemashite
"I meet you for the first time" or how do you do.
hajimete o-me ni kakarimasu
more polite way of saying how do you do.
do(line)zo yoroshiku
can be used after or in place of hajimemashite
meishi
namecards
-san
the jap equivalent of mr, mrs, ms. Is always attached to a name. Can't be used in reference to own family or self.
kasa
umbrella
sensei
used to address teachers, doctors or medical mp's
okusan
used in reference to anothers wife.
-kun
used by male friends to address each other, or to a superior to address a subordinate.
-chan
given to junior members of the family. Usually attached to the given names.
kimi
intimate you
anata
you
omae
you there
-jin
meaning person
australia
O(line)sutoraria
China
Chu(line)goku
France
Furansu
Germany
Doitsu
Itaria
Italy
Supein
Spain
Eigo
English
Igirisu
Britain
Eikoku
Britain
Nihon/Nippon
Japan
Gaikoku
Foreign country
Gaikokujin/Gaijin
Foreigner
Gaikokugo
foreign language
[name] to mo(l)shimasu
more polite way of saying my name is [name]