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Be taught Japanese – Will You Make it in Japan?

Be taught Japanese – Will You Make it in Japan?

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Be taught Japanese simply! If you go to Japan, it’s going to be essential that you would be able to perceive and provides instructions. You will have to know all types of phrases and questions reminiscent of, “The pharmacy is over there” and “Are you aware the place the hospital is?”

By studying some essential phrases and phrases, you will certainly make it round within the streets of Japan. On this Beginner Japanese article, grasp the phrases and phrases you want to give and perceive instructions. Only a few of the Japanese vocabulary phrases you will uncover are yakkyoku (“pharmacy”) and konbini (“comfort retailer”). You will additionally learn to clarify places utilizing the Japanese phrases for “close to” and “over there.” If you wish to make it round Japan with no hassle, do not miss this text!

Vocabulary: On this article, you will be taught the next phrases and phrases:

chikaku – “close to”

yakkyoku – “pharmacy, drugstore”

konbini – “comfort retailer”

tonari – “subsequent to”

kusuri – “drugs”

ya – a suffix which suggests “retailer” or “vendor”

tsuukoo-nin – “passer, passerby”

Grammar: On this article, you will be taught the next phrases and phrases:

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konbini – “comfort retailer”

Konbini is the abbreviation of konbiniensu sutoaa.

asoko – “over there”

Asoko is among the so-called ko-so-a-do phrases. For extra details about Ko-so-a-do phrases, see Beginner Sequence Season 4 Article 7.

Please overview the next vocabulary:

Demonstrative Pronouns:

kore – “this one”

sore – “that one”

are – “that one over there”

dore – “which one”

Demonstrative Adjectives:

kono – “this”

sono – “that”

ano – “that over there”

dono – “which”

Areas:

koko – “right here”

soko – “there”

asoko – “over there”

doko – “the place”

Chikaku ni yakkyoku wa arimasu ka.

“Is there a pharmacy close to right here?”

Please overview the next vocabulary and utilization:

chikaku – “close by”

ni – particle indicating place

yakkyoku – “pharmacy”

wa – subject marker

arimasu – “exist”

ka – question-marking particle

Within the Beginner Sequence Season 4 Article 27, we launched the sentence construction Chikaku ni __arimasu ka. Now you will see that both ga or wa follows the positioning the speaker is in search of.

Chikaku ni  / place you might be in search of / (wa / ga) arimasu ka.

Chikaku ni / yakkyoku / wa arimasu ka.

Chikaku ni yakkyoku / ga arimasu ka.

Chikaku ni / yakkyoku / arimasu ka.

Examples:

  1. Sumimasen. Chikaku ni toire wa arimasu ka. “Excuse me. Is there a restroom close to right here?”
  2. Asoko desu. “It is over there.”
  3. Sumimasen. Chikaku ni eki ga arimasu ka. “Excuse me. Is there a station close to right here?”
  4. Sumimasen. Wakarimasen. “I am sorry. I do not know.”

Grammar Level

On this article, you are going to learn to clarify a location.

Yakkyoku wa konbini no tonari desu.

“The pharmacy is subsequent to the comfort retailer.”

Please overview the next vocabulary and utilization:

yakkyoku – “pharmacy”

wa – subject marker

konbini – “comfort retailer”

no – possessive particle

tonari – “subsequent to”

desu – copula (linking verb)

Konbini no tonari means, “subsequent to the comfort retailer.” Please verify the utilization within the following examples.

  1. Yakkyoku no tonari “subsequent to the pharmacy”
  2. Byooin no tonari “subsequent to the hospital”
  3. Eki no tonari “subsequent to the station”
  4. Daigaku no tonari “subsequent to the college”

Checklist of Positional Phrases:

“English” / Japanese

“on, above, over” / ue

“beneath, beneath, beneath” / shita

“in, inside” / naka

“close to” / chikaku

“subsequent to” / tonari

“in entrance of, earlier than” / mae

“behind” / ushiro

Utilization

Eki no (Japanese Positional Phrase)/ “English”

Eki no (ue) / “on the station”

Eki no (shita) / “beneath the station”

Eki no (naka) / “within the station”

Eki no (tonari) / “subsequent to the station”

Eki no (chikaku) / “close to the station”

Eki no (mae ) / “in entrance of the station”

Eki no (ushiro) / “behind the station”

Observe – Please fill within the blanks to finish the next sentences.

  1. “The pharmacy is within the hospital.” Yakkyoku wa Byooin no __ desu.
  2. “The restroom is subsequent to the elevator.” Toire wa erebeetaa no __ desu.
  3. “The comfort retailer is in entrance of the station.” Konbini wa eki no __ desu.

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