How to Use Third Person Subjects in Japanese

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Find out how to use third person subjects in Japanese. Learn practical Japanese in this free video series on questions and third-person perspective.

Part of the Video Series: How to Speak Conversational Japanese
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YUU ASAKURA: So now, we learned how to describe yourself and the person you're speaking to. Let's talk about the third party. Okay. Here's the list of words. In Japanese, he is kare. So you're pointing out a third party who is a male. And if it's female, she is kanojo. And they is, if it's a mixture of male and female or just males, it's karera. You put the word ra after kare. Or if it's just only females, you can use the word kanojora. And you can use these words in the previous sentence that we learned. Let's say he is a doctor. Remember the sentence? Watashi wa desu? So substitute watashi into kare. Kare wa isha desu. Good. How about she is French? Kanojo wa France-jin desu. Good. And you're pointing out a circle of friends and they are very pretty, okay? Karera wa kawai desu. Very good.


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