Lesson 20

Wednesday, January 8th, 2020

Numbers from 11 to 99.

 

11: Jyuu-ichi

Since 11 = 10 + 1, you can simply read the numbers in the equation without “+”.

10(Jyuu) and 1(Ichi), meaning Jyuu-ichi.

 

In the same way, 12 is Jyuu-ni, 13 is Jyuu-san, and 14 is Jyuu-yon

 

Then, how about 21?

Since 21 = 2 x 10 + 1, you can also simply read the numbers in the equation without “x” and “+”.

2(Ni), 10(jyuu) and 1(Ichi), meanin Ni-jyuu-ichi.

 

In the same way you can read until 99.

 

For example, 44 = 4 x 10 + 4 (Yon-jyuu-yon) and 87 =8 x 10 + 7 (Hachi-jyuu-nana)

 

Did you get it?

Lesson 19

Tuesday, January 7th, 2020

1: Ichi

2: Ni

3: San

4: Yo

5: Go

6: Roku

7: Nana

8: Hachi

9: Kyuu

10: Jyuu

 

Lesson 18

Friday, November 15th, 2019

Let’s ask price today!

“How much” is “Ikura desu ka” in Japanese.

“this” is “kore”.

 

Then, What do you say “How much is this” in Japanese?

 

The answer is

 

“Kore wa ikura desu ka”

「これは、いくらですか。」

 

This is very useful phrase and you can use this in various situations at shops and stores. 

Lesson 17

Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

The answer is 

Kato san wa kaigi-shitsu desu.

かとう さん は、かいぎしつ です。

Lesson 16

Saturday, November 9th, 2019

The answer is

「かとう さん は、 どこ です か。」

“Kato san wa doko desu ka.

Lesson 15

Thursday, November 7th, 2019

The Answer is

“Toire wa chika ikkaai desu.”

“The toilet is on the basement 1”

Lesson 14

Wednesday, November 6th, 2019

The answer is

“Tokei uriba wa rokkai desu.”

6th floor is not “Roku-kai”, but is “Rokkai”, which is an exception.

Other exceptions are 1st and 10th floor.

 

1st floor: Ikkai

2th floor: Ni-kai

3rd floor: San-kai

4th floor: Yon-kai

5th floor: Go-kai

6th floor: Rokkai

7th floor: Nana-kai

8th floor: Hachi-kai

9th floor: Kyuu-kai

10th floor: Jyukkai

Lesson 13

Saturday, October 12th, 2019

The answer is

Tokei uriba wa doko desu ka.

Where is the watch department?

Lesson 12

Friday, September 27th, 2019

わたし も ぎんこういん です。

Watashi mo ginkoo-in desu.

 

If you answer back, watashi wa ginkoo-in desu, in this case, it sounds strange as if you deny that the opponent is a banker.

Lesson 11

Wednesday, September 25th, 2019
The answer is かれ は、 トム ではありません。 Kare wa  Tom    dewa-arimasenn He is not Tom.



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