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 Talk to Japamese PART 1

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PostSubject: Talk to Japamese PART 1   Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:03 am

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Japanese/Kanji Fonts:
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Which means you can enable typing in Japanese. Link below..

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Learn Japanese Scripts and Symbols:
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BASICS


Hajimemashite

Is used when introducing yourself for the 1st time.
It comes from the word, "hajime" means "first".

The word means:

- "How do you do?"
- "Nice to meet you."

Dozo Yoroshiku

Is said after one person introduces himself to you.
An alternative for this phrase is "Yoroshiku Onegaishimasu"


Wabaki <-- slippers
Ohayo Gosaimasu <--good morining
Konichiwa <-- good afternoon
Konbanwa <-- good evening
Okane <-- money
hai <-- yes
iie <-- no

Itadaikimasu

they usually using that word after they eat foods, seems like their habit
if one of them give something like food, money, thing etc...or somethng very helpful with will...the person who broughts it will say that word "itadaikimasu" which means "thanks for the bless"

Oskaresama

The word usually use when the day ends at work or in any other busy place
they usually saying this word when someone leaving after that busy day.
"Oskaresama" means "See you Soon"

Gohan

A familiar word isn't it? "Gohan" means "Bowl of Rice"

Welcome? (reply to thank you) Dou itashimashite
Welcome (like to a country, place, website) youkoso
Welcome (what store clerks say when entering a shop) Irasshaimase

Day names in japanese:
Monday - Getsuyoobi
Tuesday - Kayoobi
Wednesday - Suiyoobi
Thursday - Mokuyoobi
Friday - Kinyoobi
Saturday - Doyoobi
Sunday - Nichiyoobi

Months japanese word
January - Ichigatsu
February - Nigatsu
March - Sangatsu
April - Shigatsu
May - Gogatsu
June - Rokugatsu
July - Shichigatsu
August - Hachigatsu
September - Kugatsu
October - Jugatsu
November - Juuichigatsu
December - Juunigatsu

Number japanese word (1 - 10)
1 - ichi
2 - ni
3 - san
4 - shi (or yottsu)
5 - go
6 - roku
7 - nana (or shichi)
8 - hachi
9 - kyu (pronounciation = ku)
10 - juu

for more numbers... just combined it let say twelve "juu ni"

Verbs:

shimasu (do)
shimasen (don't)
mimasu (see)
kaerimasu (return)
ikimasu (go)
tabemase (eat)
nemasu (sleep)
nomimasu (drink)

the grammer of japanese is usually:
(person) (time) (place) (item) (verb)

so for example..

suzuki kun [wa] roku ji [ni] koen [de] osake [wo] nomimasu.
that translates to suzuki at 6:00 in the park drinks sake.

the particles are in brackets..
1. wa = is
2. ni = time
3. de= at
4. wo= item


thanks = arigatou
Sorry -=gomennasai
And...? = shoshite
So...? = sorede
Delicious = oishii....
Ready? = Junbi Dekita?
Ouch! = Itai!
oops... = Ara Ara.
hi - Konnichiwa
bye - sayounara
good evening - kanbanwa
Konnichiwa = Goodday
Baaga = idiot
sensei = teacher
Konban wa = good evening
oyasumi nasai (the u is pronounced as an a) = good night
tabemasu/masen = will eat / will not eat
tabetai = want to eat
tabenaide = dont eat
tabeta = ate (past)
tabete = eating (present)
Ohayo = good morning
konnichiwa = good afternoon
konbanwa = good evening
oyasumi(nasai) = good night
arigato = thank you
dozo = here (as in here you go)
domo = thanks
dono = hello, hi
aho(ka) (pronounced: ah ho)= fool, idiot
mou = jeez
mataku = how troublesome; jeez
jaa (na)= see ya
jaa mata ne = see ya soon, later, tomorrow
maa na = sort of
sumimasen = excuse me
Ohuro = bathroom; tub
chut tou = wait
White=Shiroi
Black=Kuroi
Red=Akai
Blue=Aoi
Green=Midori
Orange=Orenji
Yellow=Kiiroi
Okite kudasai" = Please wake up
Tabete kudasai" = Please eat



FAMILY MEMBERS

father-otousan

mother-okaasan

older brother-oniisan

older sister-oneesan

younger brother-otoutosan

younger sister-imoutosan

grandfather-ojiisan

grandmother-obaasan

uncle-ojisan

aunt-obasan

husband-goshujin

wife-okusan

son-musukosan

daughter-ojousan




USEFUL WORDS


family-kazoku

parents-ryoushin

sibling-kyoudai

child-kodomo

cousin-itoko

relatives-shinseki

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