Konnichiwa! Genki? Atau masih kekenyangan habis lebaran kemarin ? Hehe.. 😉👋😉 Menyambung dari pelajaran sebelumnya, kita sudah bisa menyebutkan "jam berapa sekarang" (IMA NAN JI? / ima = sekarang. Nan = apa. Ji = jam) Hari ini kita belajar penyambutan 30 menit atau setengah jam.
The kanji for “above”. You can think of it as a simple pictograph with the horizontal line on the bottom (stroke 3) to be the ground and the first 2 strokes at the top are a stick placed ABOVE the ground.
【 ファミコン (“Famicom”) 】Nintendo Entertainment System
The first ファミコン was released from Nintendo in July 1983, as a cartridge-based console that brought popular arcade games to the home.
The engineer, Masayuki Uemura, who designed the system named it ファミリーコンピュータ, but his wife was quick to point out that Japanese people will want to shorten it to ファミコン (since the term パソコン for "personal computer" was already mainstream in Japan) so ファミコン "Famicom" became the official abbreviation.
The second generation スーパーファミコン Super Nintendo, commonly shortened to スーファミ, was released in 1990.
Donkey Kong! Super Mario Bros.!🍄
*なつかしい is a term often used when speaking of nostalgic, fond memories.
How are you? It's really hot in Japan. 💦
Last time, I posted about katakana, so this time I would like to post something about hiragana.
I hope it will be helpful for beginners in japanese.
The word hiragana literally means "ordinary" or "simple" kana.
Hiragana has roundish shape.
It is used for conjugation endings, function words and native Japanese words without kanji.
And little bit from history:
Hiragana developed from man'yōgana, Chinese characters used for their pronunciations, a practice that started in the 5th century.
When it was first developed, hiragana was not accepted by everyone. The educated or elites preferred to use only the kanji system. Hence hiragana first gained popularity among women, who were generally not allowed access to the same levels of education as men. And thus hiragana was first widely used among court women in the writing of personal communications and literature. From this comes the alternative name of onnade (女手)" women's writing".
Delicious mini hotdogs.
おいしい みに ほっとどっく
おいしい: delicious, tasty
みに ほっとどっく: small/bite-size hotdogs
To my plushie friends happy #honeygroveteapartytuesday ! 💛
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Important lesson to enjoy your stay in Japan. We have a good proverb.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do
This proverbs may sound bit strong. But the lesson this proverb is telling you is pretty helpful to make your experience in foreign countries great 👍 In my experiences I applied some Japanese cultures while I was in out side of Japan. If I did that, I always got in troubles related to money (ex: Ripped off) or safety (ex: Came across thief etc), or got pretty negative comments. .
At a cafe In NY, I just wanted to order coffee☕️ , but my pronunciation was wrong, then they totally ignored me😭 Also at convenient store, I didn’t understand what she said when she asked me if I needed plastic bag or not. She obviously got irritated and laughed at me😭 So I ended up eating foods that I got from Whole Foods while I was there. .
But I still liked English and kept studying. So here I am. Next time when I visit NY, I will be okay! .
So please keep this word in mind! . #languagelearning#learnjapanese#studyjapanese#japaneselesson#japaneselanguage#日本語勉強#jlpt#日本語#kanji#漢字#nihongo#ญ ี่ปุ่น #日语#일본어#japaneseword#LearnJapanese#日文#estudodejaponês#일본어#giapponese #learningjapanese#jlpt5#jlpt4#jlpt3#jlpt2#jlpt1
Today's Hero language
Together with ZATCH from Zatch bell!!
He always encourages me.
I feel again that It is important to challenge to everything.
This means “I am jealous / I envy you”
Esto significa "Estoy celoso / te envidio"
.きのうねー このカバン かったんだ！
.えー いいな🥺 うらやましい！！
I bought this bag 💼 yesterday!
Wow I’m jealous! / I envy you!
Ayer compré esta bolsa!
Ay! Estoy celosa! /te envidio!
入れる、いれる、ireru = to put in
This shows that in most cases in Japanese, the verb goes towards the end of the sentence/phrase. Same as in the example sentence.
Link in bio to try Skritter for free today! Both Japanese and Chinese incuded!