Chapter Three: Vocabulary



Run through these a few
times until you can recognize them in the dialog

じゃあ、 jaa Well then…
Used to
fill in spaces

いきましょう ikimashou Let’s go!
どこ? doko Where
すし レストラン。 sushi resutoran A sushi restaurant
すし sushi sushi
wa the
overall topic particle\ Although it is written with the
hiragana HA it is pronounced WA when used as a particle

nan what | Do you
remember "namae wa nan desu ka?" (what
is your name) (Chapter 2
darou I wonder
まって! matte wait!
それは sore
As for
that… – just sore means ‘that’ the wa makes it the main topic of the sentence

これは kore
As for
this… – same as above the kore means ‘this’

yo added to give weight to the
truth of what was stated

nin gen people, human : you don’t have to know the word,
but the kanji (your first kanji here!) is very useful.
人 – people
わたしも watashi
me too |
the mo means ‘too’

あっそう。 a sou Oh, I see.
Said when understanding someone elses logic || The small tsu
makes a small space in between a & sou
それ なら sore nara if that is the case… | Notice
the sore (that)

douzo please, go ahead, by all means…

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