Monday, August 24, 2009

Free Effortless Japanese Lesson, Taro's story 6

AJ ga kimashita.
AJ が きました。
(AJ came)

Taro wa AJ wo mimashita.
たろう は AJ を みました。
(Taro looked at AJ)

Ayumi-chan mo AJ wo mimashita.
あゆみちゃん も AJ を みました。
(Ayumi also looked at AJ.)

AJ wa chocore-to wo Ayumi-chan ni agemashita.
AJ は チョコレート を あゆみちゃん に あげました。
(AJ gave a chocolate to Ayumi-chan)

Ayumi-chan wa totemo yorokobimashita.
あゆみちゃん は とても よろこびました。
(Ayumi-chan was very excited.)

Taro wa odorokimashita
たろう は おどろきました。
(Taro was surprised.)

Taro wa iimashita「naze」
たろう は いいました。「なぜ(?)」
(Taro said "Why?")

Ayumi-chan wa iimashita. 「AJ wa tsuyoi kara sukidesu.」
あゆみちゃん は いいました。「AJ は つよい から すきです。」
(Ayumi said " Because AJ is strong,I like (him)."

Taro wa nakimashita.
たろう は なきました。
(Taro cried.)

Kawaisouna Taro.
かわいそうな たろう。
(Poor Taro)


Kimashita = came きました
~mo = ~ also,and 〜も  EX) Taro mo AJ mo = Taro and AJ
yorokobimashita = was excited よろこびました
Odorokimashita= was surprised おどろきました 
Naze = why? なぜ     
Tsuyoi = strong  つよい
~kara = Because 〜から  

☆phrase in the Questions☆

Q : Taro wa Naze nakimashitaka? = why was taro cried.
A : Ayumi-chan wa AJ ga sukidakaradesu. = Because Ayumi-chan likes AJ.

Q : Taro wa tsuyoi desuka? = Is Taro strong?
A : Taro wa Tuyokuarimasen/Tuyokunaidesu. =Taro isnt strong.

Tsuyoi ⇔ Tsuyokunai/Tsuyokuarimasen

Is this lesson difficult??
I hope you will listen many time and used to phrases.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love the idea behind learning japanese through listening to a story, I just wish the story was happier, I feel so sad for Taro :(

Also, you have some romajii errors, throughout these lessons you might want to go over. For example, in this lesson you write Tuyokuarimasen instead of Tsuyokuarimasen, and Tuyokunaidesu instead of Tsuyokunaidesu. But you write it correct In just a row below :)

Anyways, thanks alot for these lessons!

And Taro, がんばれ!