Minasan ohayou gozai masu,
Welcome come back to One word a day Japanese Lesson!
For people who visit this site for the first time, please let me explain about "One word a day Japanese Lesson".
As this title says, you can learn One Japanese word a day.
The words are casual and there are also sentences you can use to Japanese people straight away.
So if you would like to have Japanese friends, a Japanese girl friend or a boy friend, this lesson is for you!
Let's learn Japanese easily and enjoy yourself in Japan!!!
|part of speech||verb|
|the past tense||okita|
|a negative sentence||okinai|
Okiru jikan dayo.
It's time to wake up.
Ashita wa hayaku okiru tsumori.
I'm going to wake up early tomorrow.
Kesa wa nan ji ni okita no?
What time did you wake up this morning?
nan ji=what time
Asa hayaku okiru no wa suki ja nai.
I don't like waking up early in the morning.
Q. Translate the following English sentence into Japanese.
What time are you going to wake up tomorrow?
If you would like to know the conjugation of verb, please click here.
A. The answer will be in a tomorrow's lesson!
****The answer of yesterday's small test****
Was your answer correct? If it was, you are brilliant!
If it wasn't, don't be disappointed. Just remember the answer and try today's question!
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Have a good day and see you tomorrow!