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Nihon-go no Kurasu

Tesuto
1. Good luck!
2. Thank you for your kindness.
3. Excuse me. ( when entering a room)
4. Welcome home.
5. Goodbye ( the one speaking is staying)
6. Self Introduction
7. Thank you (after taking a meal)
8. University
9. Happy Birthday!
10. Excuse me! ( getting one’s attention)
Renshu
• Goodnight.
• See you.
• International Student.
• Student
• Good morning.
• Congratulations!
• How are you?
• Thank you very much.
• I am pleased to meet you.
• How do you do?
Renshu
1. Good day!
2. I am alright!
3. I am so sorry!
4. But, I’m sorry!
5. Japanese Language
6. English Language
7. Japan
8. I see.
9. Library
10.Course
Kotoba
• Jiko shokai - self introduction
• Watashi -I
• (o) namae - (your) name
• (o) kuni - (your) country
• (o)shigoto) - (your) occupation
• Sensei - Teacher ( when you talk about someone else’s job
• Kyoshi - Teacher ( when you talk about your own job)
• Issha - medical doctor
• Komuin - public official
• Kenkyuin - researcher
• Nogyo - agriculture
• Kenshu kosu - training course
• Kangufu - nurse
• Daigaku - university
• Senko - major
• Gakusei - student
Kotoba
• self introduction
• I
• (your) name
• (your) country
• (your) occupation
• Teacher ( when you talk about someone else’s job
• Teacher ( when you talk about your own job)
• medical doctor
• public official
• researcher
• agriculture
• training course
• nurse
• university
• major
• student
kotoba
• Librarian - shisho
• Library -toshokan
• Let us meet - aimashou
• Graduate School -Daigakuin
• Bank Clerk -Ginkoin
• Law -Horitsu
• Nihon-go - Japanese language
• Nihon - Japan
• I’m so sorry - Gomenasai
• But, I’m sorry - Demo sumimasen
• I see - Sou desu ka
• Accountant - Kaikeishi
kotoba
• Librarian
• Library
• Let us meet
• Graduate School
• Bank Clerk
• Law
• Nihon-go
• Nihon
• I’m so sorry
• But, I’m sorry
• I see
• Accountant
HIRAGANA CHART
Jikoshokai
Useful Daily Expressions
• Ganbatte kudasai (Good luck. Keep up the good work.) – This is
used by older people to encourage their junior colleagues in their
efforts.
• Shitureishimasu (Excuse me) – This is an extremely useful
expression that can be used in a wide variety of situations:
- when entering a room
- when leaving or when asking someone to move aside.
(osakinishitureishimasu)
• O genki desuka? (How are you?) – used only among people who
haven’t met for a long time.
• Daijoubudesu (No problem/ok/all right)
• O sewa ni narimashita (Thank you for your kindness.) – is used
when a great favor has been granted to you.
• Good Luck! / Keep up the good work!
• Excuse me. (when entering a room)
• How are you?
• No problem/ok/ it’s alright.
• Thank you for your kindness.
USEFUL DAILY EXPRESSIONS
• Good morning
• Hello./Good afternoon
• Good evening
• Goodbye
• Goodnight
• See you
• I see
• I’m so sorry
• I’m sorry
Kaiwa Renshu (shokodai)
A : Hajimemashite. _____ desu.
B: Hajimemashite. _____ desu. Douzo yoroshiku
onegaishimasu.
A: Douzo yoroshiku onegai-shimasu.
____san, o-kuni wa?
B: Firipin desu.
A: Sou desu ka. Daigaku wa?
B: Notre Dame of Marbel University Daigaku desu.
A: O’ shigoto wa? / senko wa?
B: Kyoushi/ gakusei desu/ toshokan saiensukosu.
A: Sou desu ka. Watashi mo kyoushi/gakusei /toshokan
saiensukosu desu.
Kaiwa Renshu (Shokodai)
• A - Sumimasen. O namae wa?
• B -______desu. Anata wa?
• A - _____ desu. Gakusei desu ka?
• B - Iie, ryugakusei desu.
• A – Sou desu ka. O kuni wa?
• B – India desu. Dozo yoroshiku onegai-
shimasu.
• A – hai, dozo yoroshiku onegai-shimasu.
Kotoba
• Menyu - Menu
• Ryori - Cooking; dish; cuisine
• Tonkatsu - pork cutlet
• Sukiyaki - (beef and vegetable dish)
• Tenpura - deep fried fish and vegetables
• Sushi - rice dish with raw fish
• Sashimi - sliced raw fish
• Butaniku - pork
Kotoba
• Menu
• Cooking; dish; cuisine
• pork cutlet
• (beef and vegetable dish)
• deep fried fish and vegetables
• rice dish with raw fish
• sliced raw fish
• pork
Kotoba
• Toriniku - chicken
• Gyuniku - beef
• Tamago - egg
• Sakana - fish
• Yasai - vegetable
• Mizu - water
• Kohii - coffeee
• Kocha - tea
Kotoba
• chicken
• beef
• egg
• fish
• vegetable
• water
• coffeee
• tea
kotoba
• Kasa - umbrella
• Kagi - key
• Denwa - telephone
• Tokei - watch; clock
• Kamera - camera
• Hon - book
• Jisho -dictionary
• Ueitoresu - waitress
• Chizu - map
• Zasshi - magazine
kotoba
• umbrella
• key
• telephone
• watch; clock
• camera
• book
• dictionary
• waitress
• map
• magazine
kotoba
• Borupen - ballpoint pen
• Kaban - bag; briefcase
• Shinbun - newspaper
• Kudamono - fruit
• Sandoichhi - sandwich
• Kocha - tea
• Gohan -rice
• Nihon ryori - Japanese food
kotoba
• ballpoint pen
• bag; briefcase
• newspaper
• fruit
• sandwich
• tea
• rice
• Japanese food
kotoba
• Keitai denwa - cellular phone
• Noto - notebook
• Enpitsu -pencil
• Terebi - television
• Ei-go - English language
kotoba
• cellular phone
• notebook
• pencil
• television
• English language
Classroom Expressions
• Hajimemasho - Let’s begin
• Yasumimasho - Let’s have a break
• Kore de owarimasu - Let’s stop here
• Mite kudasai -Please look
• Kiite kudasai - Please listen
• Itte kudasai - Please say it
• Kaite kudasai – Please write it down
• Yonde kudasai - Please read it
Classroom Expressions
• Let’s begin
• Let’s have a break
• Let’s stop here
• Please look
• Please listen
• Please say it
• Please write it down
• Please read it
Classroom Expressions
• Chotto matte kudasai - Wait a moment, please
• Dozo - please. Here you are.
• Mo ichi do onegaishimasu – once again, please
• Yukkuri onegaishimasu – slowly, please.
• Wakarimashita ta ka – Do you understand?
• Hai, wakarimashita - yes, I do!
• Iie, wakarimasen - No, I don’t.
• Ii desu ka - is it ok?/Is it alright?
Classroom Expressions
• Wait a moment, please
• Please. Here you are.
• Once again, please
• Slowly, please.
• Do you understand?
• Yes, I do!
• No, I don’t.
• Is it ok?/Is it alright?
Kaisetsu (explanation-grammar)
• ‘wa’ functions to indicate that the preceding
noun is the topic of the sentence. ‘desu’ is
close to the English verb ‘to be’ and can be
translated as ‘am/are/is’ depending on the
context.
– Mr. Pascual is not a teacher.
– Pascual-san wa sensei ja arimasen.
Note: ‘ja arimasen’ is the negative form of ‘desu’
showing that the statement is the negative
present tense.
Kaisetsu
• ‘ka’ added at the end of the sentence makes it
into a question.
– Is Mr. Reyes a researcher?
– Reyes-san wa kenkyuin desuka?
kaisetsu
• ‘hai, sou desu.’ is an expression used to show
agreement and it can mean ‘Yes, it is’, ‘Yes, I
am’, ‘Yes, that’s right’ depending on the
context. (positive answer)
Q: Isibashi wa ryugakusei desuka?
A: 1. Hai, ryugakusei desu.
2. Hai, sou desu.
kaisetsu
• ‘iie’ or ‘iie, N1 ja arimasen’ is an expression to
show disagreement or negative response.
Q: Isibashi wa ryugakusei desuka?
A. Iie, ryugakusei ja arimasen.
Renshu o shimasu
• Ms. Dela Rosa is a teacher.
• Ms.Dela Rosa is not a teacher.
• Is Ms. Dela Rosa a teacher?
• Positive Response:
• Negative Response:
Renshu o shimasu
• Mr. Hernandez is a public official.
• Mr. Hernandez is not a public official.
• Is Mr. Hernandez a public official?
• Positive Response:
• Negative Response:
Renshu o shimasu
• Lorena is an international student.
• Lorena is not an international student.
• Is Lorena an international student?
• Positive Response:
• Negative Response:
Renshu o shimasu
• Elizabeth is a researcher.
• Elizabeth is not a researcher.
• Is Elizabeth a researcher?
• Positive Response:
• Negative Response:
Renshu o shimasu
• I am a librarian.
• I am not a librarian.
• Am I a librarian?
• Positive Response:
• Negative Response:
Renshu o shimasu
• You are a bank clerk.
• You are not a bank clerk.
• Are you a bank clerk?
• Positive Response:
• Negative Response:
Renshu
• Nelson is a student.
• Nelson is not a student.
• Is Nelson a student?
• Positive Response:
• Negative Response:
Kore, Sore, Are
• Kore - This
• Sore - That one
• Are - That one over there
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• 1 : ichi
• 2 : ni
• 3 : san
• 4 : yon/shi
• 5 : go
• 6 : roku
• 7 : nana/shichi
• 8 : hachi
• 9 : kyu/ku
• 10 : ju
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Shokudai
A. Hajimemashite. Angel desu. Douzo yoroshiku onegaishimasu. O namae
wa?
B. Hajimemashite. Piolo desu. Douzo yoroshiku onegaishiasu. Angel-san, o
kuni wa?
A. Firipin desu.
B. Sou desuka.
A. Daigaku wa?
B. Notre Dame of Marbel University Daigaku desu.
A. Senko wa?
B. Kaikei desu.
A. Sou desuka. Watashi mo Kaikei desu.
Shokodai (Jikoshokai)