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Unformatted text preview: JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Beginner Lesson Who are you? 5 Kanji Transcript Kana Transcript 2 2 2 Translation Vocabulary Grammar Points 2 3 3 Lesson Code: 006_B5_122305 December 23rd 2005 / 2005 12 23 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts 2 Sakura Sakura Sakura Sakura Kawamoto Natsuko-san wa doko desu ka? Kawamoto Natsuko-san wa isogashii desu. Sakai Kazunori-san wa doko desu ka? Sakai Kazunori-san mo isogashii desu. Anata wa dare desu ka? Watashi wa Suzuki Sakura desu. Yoroshiku onegai shimasu. Yoroshiku onegai shimasu. Peter Sakura Peter Sakura Peter Sakura Peter Sakura Translation Where is Ms. Natsuko Kawamoto? Ms. Natsuko Kawamoto is busy. Where is Mr. Kazunori Sakai? Mr. Kazunori Sakai is also busy. Who are you? I am Sakura Suzuki. Please be kind to me. Please be kind to me. Lesson Code: 006_B5_122305 December 23rd 2005 / 2005 12 23 JapanesePod101.com Learn Japanese with FREE Daily Podcasts Vocabulary Kanji Kana anata dare isogashii gakusei doko san Buraddo Pitto Tomu Hankusu Madonna you who busy student where or Ms. Brad Pitt Nicholas Cage Tom Hanks Madonna Audrey Hepburn Sandra Bullock English Sandora Burokku 3 Grammar Points The focus of today's lesson is asking who a person is. The Japanese word for who is dare. The following basic sentence structure is an easy way to use this word in polite Japanese. [Personal pronoun] [Personal pronoun] wa dare desu ka? Who is [personal pronoun]? Kare wa dare desu ka? Who is he? Note that the anata using it unless needed. Kanojo wa dare desu ka? Who is she? Anata wa dare desu ka? Who are you? Lesson Code: 006_B5_122305 December 23rd 2005 / 2005 12 23 ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2010 for the course EAST ASIAN Japanese 1 taught by Professor Galante during the Spring '10 term at greenriver.edu.

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