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Nihon-go ga wakarimasu ka

thoughts on TJFL and clientele-specific curriculum planning

by Seah, Chee Meow.

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Published by Dept. of Japanese Studies, National University of Singapore in Singapore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Japanese language -- Study and teaching -- English speakers.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David Chee-Meow Seah.
    SeriesJapanese studies monograph series ;, no. 7
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL519 .S36 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 362 p. :
    Number of Pages362
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL960532M
    ISBN 109971623803
    LC Control Number95948202
    OCLC/WorldCa35043013

    By mastering the basics of polite conversation, you can put yourself and the person you’re talking with at ease. There are some essential conversation words and phrases that everyone should master before traveling to Japan. These words and expressions are sure to come up in most everyday conversations. Courtesy phrases Being polite are just as [ ].   Both are correct. Nihongo ga chotto wakarimasu. (casual and common) Sukoshi nihongo o shitte imasu. (polite) |"Nihongo ga chotto wakarimasu." means I can understand Japanese little bit. "Sukoshi nihongo o shitte imasu."means I know Japanese little bit or I know Japanese words & phrases little bit. I hope it will be of help to you.

    Nihongo ga wakarimasu ka. Do [you] understand Japanese? Lucy: Hai, chotto wakarimasu. Yes, [I] understand a bit. Kenta kun, eigo ga wakarimasu ka. Kenta, Do [you] understand English? Kenta: Iie, wakarimasen. No, [I] don't understand [English]. Lucy: Nanigo ga wakarimasu ka. What language do [you] understand? Kenta: Chuugokugo ga wakarimasu. What is the English of wakarimasu ka? Wiki User The sentence 'do you understand Japanese?' would be 日本語がわかりますか (nihongo ga wakarimasu ka) in Japanese.

    ga - added to eigo and nihongo when used in a sentence ka - (particle) used at the end of a sentence to form a question wa - (particle) added to anata and watashi when used in a sentence New Sentences: Sumimasen. - Excuse me. Wakarimasu ka. - Do you understand? Eigo ga wakarimasu ka. - Do you understand English? Wakarimasu. - I understand. Nihongo ga wakarimasu ka? Kimi desu! Hajimemashite! Dozo Yoroshiku! Watashi wa Sanfuranshisuko ni sunde e Sanfuranshisuko de umaremashita. Watashi wa yombun no ichi kankokujin desu ka yombun no san nihonjin desu. (Not sure about these sentences.


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Nihon-go ga wakarimasu ka thoughts on TJFL and clientele-specific curriculum planning by Seah, Chee Meow. Published by Dept. of Japanese Studies, National University of Singapore in Singapore. Written in English. - Explore kdapoetwarrior's board "Nihongo ga wakarimasu ka?", followed by people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Japanese language learning, pins. " Nihongo ga wakarimasu ka. ga = This word is known as a particle. Don't worry too much about the meaning of "ga", just note that this word goes after any language you are talking about.

ex: Nihongo ga Eigo ga Knowing what you know now, you can actually say a full sentence. I'll explain what "ka" is in a minute.

Let's look at: Nihongo ga Author: Lady Lynn. Unit 2 of Pimsleur Japanese 1 Notes: Conversation: sumimasen, nihongo ga wakarimasu ka. Excuse me, do you understand Japanese. hai, sukoshi. Yes, a little.

anata wa amerika-jin desu ka. Are you American. hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu. Yes, I am American. eigo ga wakarimasu : Cherry-San. What does Nihongo ga wakarimasu ka mean. It looks like it says japanese understand but i dont Nihon-go ga wakarimasu ka book. please help. Answer Save. 5 Answers.

Relevance. 1 decade ago. Favorite Answer. Do you understand Japanese. Nihongo - Japanese. ga = Particle marking subject, replacing "o".

wakarimasu = to understand. ka = Question marker. 0 2 0. Login to reply. For example, "wa" in the following sentence indicates that "watashi (I)" is a subject, and "ga" indicates that "Nihongo (Japanese)" is an object of the verb "wakarimasu (understand)".

Particles Watashi wa Nihongo ga wakarimasu. Pimsleur Japanese 1: Sentences. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. Bart_Kaufman9. Terms in this set () Anata wa nihongo ga wakarimasu ka. Iie, watashi wa eigo ga wakarimasen.

Do you understand Japanese. No, I don't understand English. A, anata wa nihongo ga wakarimasu ne. Watashi wa sukoshi. The phrase “wakarimasu ka” means “Do you understand?” in formal way.

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Nihongo ga wakarimasu ka. Anna: Hai, chotto wakarimasu. Jon Po-ru-san, eigo ga wakarimasu ka. Jean Paul: Iie, wakarimasen.

Anna: Nanigo ga wakarimasu ka. Jean Paul: Furansugo ga wakarimasu. Translation: Jean Paul: How do you do. My name is Jean Paul. What's your name.

Anna: Nice to meet you. My name is Anna. Jean Paul: Do you understand. Jūdai no kokoro ga wakarimasu ka (Japanese Edition) [Kiyoko Takeda] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

However, if you want to stress the ability to speak, the proper way of asking would be: "nihongo wa hanasemasu ka" A note on pronounciation: in Japanese, the "n" in "nihon" is pronounced like in British "new" and the "su" at the end of the verbs sounds simply "s".

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seah, Chee Meow. Nihon-go ga wakarimasu ka. Singapore: Dept. of Japanese Studies, National University of Singapore, © Select words you can Recognize Define Use Trends Variables Age range Study of the language Travel experience/physical location Media exposure Personal opinion Three big "Cool Japan" booms in America Soft Power Vs.

Hard Power Question: How is Japan's soft power relexifying the. Well, it could actually be considered a mistake in the lesson. In the new phrases section it says "Nihongo ga hanasemasu ka." and the translation is said to be "Do you speak Japanese?" The same goes for the lessone when it states "Eigo ga hanasemasu ka." I can understand the confusion due to this aspect.

日本語を話しますか? (Nihongo o hanashimasu ka?) "Do you speak Japanese?" The above sentence is the closest translation. Some others include: * 日本語を分かりますか?(Nihongo o wakarimasu ka?) Means, "Do you understand Japanese?" * 日本語が話せますか?(Nihongo ga hanashimasu ka.

Unit 3 of Pimsleur Japanese 1 Unit 3 of Pimsleur Japanese 1 Notes: Conversation: ohayou gozaimasu. Good morning! anata wa amerika-jin desu ka - Are you American? hai, watashi wa amerika-jin desu - Yes, I am American. demo nihongo ga wakarimasu - But I understand Japanese.

~ Cherry-san. Posted by Cherry-san at AM. The verb dekiru (できる) means to be able to or can be very useful especially when put together with other verbs. (I) can't (speak) Japanese = nihongo dekimasen (日本語できません) I can't (play) piano = boku wa piano ga dekinai (ピアノができない) Can you also (speak) french?

= furansugo mo dekimasu ka (フランス語もできますか). I finally asked him: Eigo ga wakarimasu ka. Which means “do you know English?” He said “Hai, Hai” (yes, yes), but continued to speak to me in Japanese.

We were getting nowhere. It wasn’t his fault It wasn’t my fault. It was just another instance of Japanese-American non-communication. Nihongo ga wakarimasu ka.

(Do you know.