How to Ask Questions in Japanese

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Learn how to ask questions in Japanese with expert Japanese language tips in this free online foreign language video clip.

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Video Transcript

Now, we are going to ask questions in Japanese. Just like in English you don't have to have a complete sentence to ask questions. Now, I'll teach you those words in Japanese, so you can ask simple questions. First one is; when? itsu? to ask time and in second one is; where? to ask place, doko? very good, the third one is; what? nani? very good, and the fourth one is; who? dare? and next one is why? to ask for a reason, naze? And the last one is; how? doushite? very good. To ask questions these word will be enough. For example, you want to ask, when you are meeting your friends. Say, itsu? and you forgot the place doko? and you forgot what to bring, nani? It's simple, right?


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