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Well, yesterday I began to learn Japanese. Even if it isn’t simple for the people from western world, I’ll try my best) I decided to post in blog my reviews on lessons I’ve learned. Partly it’s for self-control too. So if some of my Japanese friends will tell me once Konnitiwa, Vlad or something other and I will think what to reply – he (or she) has a 100% right to tell: “Hey, Vlad! You must know it because you already learned this word! I saw it in your blog!” So, this way seems to be interesting)
OK, let’s start.
I think that need some more time to learn good Japanese Hiragana and Katakana letters, so as a beginner I’ll write words in Latin letters.
I use lessons, which provides HNK World
company and their Russian service. Yes, my native language is Russian) I also use a very good book by Russian author Alexander Vurdov “Japanese for the soul” (in Russian: Александр Вурдов, Японский для души). This book explains Japan’s Kanji in the prospects of their historical and cultural meanings and written in a very friendly style.
The first lesson was about meeting and its phrases.Hadzimemashite! Vatashi va Vlad des. Rosija (Molodavija) kara kimashita. Yoroshiku o negai shimasu.
– HelloOhayo godzaimas
– Good morningKombanwa
– Good eveningSayonara
– Good byeArigato
– Thank youYoroshiku o negai shimasu
– The phrase, which uses for showing a respect at the beginning or the end of conversation.
Verb: kimash (kimas)
– to come
Well, that’s all for the first lesson. I have to say that it’s very interesting, especially because I’m very interested in Japan’s culture as a whole. Thank you all! Arigato!Yoroshiku o negai shimasu!