How to Practice Speaking Japanese

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Learn how to practice speaking Japanese and get expert tips and instruction on understanding Japanese adjectives and grammar in this free foreign language video.

Part of the Video Series: Learn Japanese Adjectives and Grammar
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YUU ASAKURA: Here I want to practice with what we learned so far. Imagine we are on shopping together and went to go get funny Japanese t-shirts. Okay. What we learned how to ask for an object we use "please" as "onegai shimasu." So you say, "T-shatsu, onegai shimasu." Right? Now, you want to add a description of the tee shirts, what color, what material, what size, or any specific. Let us go with color first. I am thinking about green. The color "green" is "midori." Okay? "Midori." Okay. Don't forget to put "no" because it is a color's name. So, "Midori no." And I'm looking at cotton. Cotton is "momen no." "Momen" is "cotton." And I think I need medium size. You can use L, M, S to describe large, medium, small. We use the capitals. So let us say M, so we just add everything, it goes, "Midori no, momen no, M no, T-shatsu kudasai. T-shatsu, onegai shimasu." So, let's put all the adjectives together before T-shirts and it will be like this: Midori no, momen no, M no T-shatsu, onegai shimasu. So when you are shopping you can just list the adjectives to make specific about your order.


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