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4 Verbs (Nomimasu, Tabemasu, Mimasu, Kikimasu) - Japanese Lesson 5Add to Queue

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  • Date posted : Jan 01, 1970


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Japan Society currently offers 12 comprehensive levels of Japanese, as well as a variety of specialized courses and workshops including shodō (Japanese calligraphy). Courses take place year round with Fall, Spring and Summer semesters along with intensive and specialized courses throughout the year, so please stop by or visit our website for more information. http://www.japansociety.org/language_center In this lesson you will learn 4 new verbs, nomimasu, tabemasu, mimasu and kikimasu and how to correctly use them in sentences. Vocabulary: nomimasu = to drink tabemasu = to eat mimasu = to see, to watch kikimasu = to hear, to listen nani = what ashita = tomorrow kyou = today kino = yesterday eiga = movie kohi = coffee suteki = steak ringo = apple rajio = radio nihon no ongaku = japanese music terebi = tv miruku = milk wain = wine kupukekki = cupcake ka = used at end of sentence to form question o = particle used after object hai = yes iie = no Sentence structure: time + object + o + verb time + nani + o + verb + ka (to ask what someone is eating, drinking, listening to, watching) For more information about Japanese language classes at the Japan Society, please visit our website! http://www.japansociety.org/language_center

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