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  1. Test for the lesson 1Test for the lesson 1 Please check how much you can communicate with a Japanese people now.

  2. 1. What is “Hello” in Japanese? • Konbanwa • Konnichiwa • Ohayou • Oyasumi

  3. 2.What is “Excuse me” in Japanese? • Hajimemashite • Itadakimasu • Gochisousama • Sumimasen

  4. “Excuse me” is “sumimasen “hajimemashite” means “How do you do?” “Itadakimasu” is said before eating “gochisousama” is said after eating Correct

  5. 3. How can you say “A is B” ? • A wa B desu. • A desu B wa. • A wa desu B. • B wa A desu.

  6. “A is B” is said like “A wa B desu.” “A desu B wa” and “A wa desu B” don’t make any sense. “B wa A desu” is saying opposite “B is A.” Correct

  7. 4. What is this mean?“watashi wa gakusei desu.” • “you are a student.” • “I am a student” • “you are a teacher.” • “I am a teacher.”

  8. “watashi wa gakusei desu.”means “I am a student” “A is B” = “A wa B desu” “Watashi” means “I” “anata” means “you” “sensei” means “teacher” “gakusei” means “ student” Correct

  9. 5. How do you response to “douzo yoroshiku” ? • “genki desu” • “doumo” • “kochirakoso” • “arigatou”

  10. “douzo yoroshiku” means “nice to meet you”. So, you should say “kochirakoso, douzo yoroshiku” that means “Nice to meet you, too.”, but shortly only “kochirakoso” that means “Me, too.” “genki desu” means “I’m fine” “doumo” is very informal of saying “thank you” “arigatou” means also “thank you” but much more natural than saying only “doumo” Correct

  11. Good job! Please go to “the lesson 2” and learn more!

  12. Incorrect “konbanwa” means “good evening”

  13. Incorrect “Ohayou” means “Good morning”

  14. Incorrect “Oyasumi” means “good night”

  15. Incorrect “Hajimemashite” means “How do you do?”

  16. Incorrect “Itadakimasu” is said before eating

  17. Incorrect “gochisousama” is said after eating

  18. Incorrect It doesn’t make any sense.

  19. Incorrect It doesn’t make any sense.

  20. Incorrect “B wa A desu” means “B is A” Opposite!!

  21. Incorrect “A is B” = “A wa B desu” “watashi” means “I” “anata” means “you” “sensei” means “teacher” “gakusei” means “ student”

  22. Incorrect “A is B” = “A wa B desu” “watashi” means “I” “anata” means “you” “sensei” means “teacher” “gakusei” means “ student”

  23. Incorrect “A is B” = “A wa B desu” “watashi” means “I” “anata” means “you” “sensei” means “teacher” “gakusei” means “ student”

  24. Incorrect “genki desu” means “I’m fine.” It is the one of ways to response to the question “ogenki desu ka?” that means “ How are you?”

  25. Incorrect “genki desu” means “I’m fine.” It is the one of ways to response to the question “ogenki desu ka?” that means “ How are you?”

  26. Incorrect “genki desu” means “I’m fine.” It is the one of ways to response to the question “ogenki desu ka?” that means “ How are you?”

  27. Incorrect “doumo” is informal style of saying “thank you.”

  28. Incorrect “arigatou” means “thank you” More politely you can say “arigatou gozaimasu”