あどべんちゃーにほんご L. ２か にほんごのきょうしつ /Japanese Classroom. General goals of the lessons: You will be able to communicate the information below in the given situations. Ask your teacher to give you another worksheet. The teacher scolds you and tells you where it is. You thank him/her.
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General goals of the lessons: You will be able to communicate the information below in the given situations.
Ask your teacher to give you another worksheet. The teacher scolds you and tells you where it is. You thank him/her.
You lost (なくしました NAKUSHIMASHITA) your cap and bag. Go to the lost and found counter and tell the person in charge which one is yours.
You are sitting at the back of the Japanese classroom. The teacher points to some small characters on the board and asks you if you can see them and what they are. The teacher then speaks softly and asks if you can hear what he/she says.
You are getting help from a Japanese exchange student. You want to know the Japanese words for things around you. Point to things here and there and ask how to say them in Japanese. The Japanese student answers too quickly. Ask him/her to slow down and repeat the words. Then thank him/her for the help.
(When you need time to think of a response, use there expressions.)
にほんごNIHONGO means “Japanese language”. でDE means “by means of,”
なんNAN means “what”, とTO is a particle used for quotations, いいますIIMASU means “say” and かKA is a particle for questions.