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||aratta|
|a negative sentence||arawanai|
Te o aratta.
I washed my hands.
Did you wash your face?
Shokki o aratte kudasai.
Please wash the dishes.
Ashita kuruma o arau tsumori.
I'm going to wash my car tomorrow.
Inu o aratta koto ga aru.
I have washed my dog.
Q. Translate the following English sentence into Japanese.
I washed the dishes yesterday.
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****
Ashita wa nanji ni okiru tsumori?
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!