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4 Verbs (Nomimasu, Tabemasu, Mimasu, Kikimasu) - Japanese Lesson 5

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In this lesson you will learn 4 new verbs, nomimasu, tabemasu, mimasu and kikimasu and how to correctly use them in sentences.

Vocabulary:

nomimasu = to drink
tabemasu = to eat
mimasu = to see, to watch
kikimasu = to hear, to listen
nani = what
ashita = tomorrow
kyou = today
kino = yesterday
eiga = movie
kohi = coffee
suteki = steak
ringo = apple
rajio = radio
nihon no ongaku = japanese music
terebi = tv
miruku = milk
wain = wine
kupukekki = cupcake
ka = used at end of sentence to form question
o = particle used after object
hai = yes
iie = no

Sentence structure:

time + object + o + verb
time + nani + o + verb + ka (to ask what someone is eating, drinking, listening to, watching)

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Komentarze


Seven Belle Days
She's amazing i learn everything from the previous videos 💜💜💜
Ryan McGovern
I have to say her videos are the easiest to follow. Too many japanese lessons on here place entertainment above actual slow methodical learning. Wish there were more
Мария К.
Thanks a lot! Great teacher!
Lara Jade
Arigato sensei, great teaching skills. Sayonara
俺はエミリアが好きだ
This is 9 years old and it's still very useful
leah leahalih
SOOOOO
hazel :0
these lessons are so so good! if it helps anyone, I always remember ‘tabe’ in tabemasu sounds like ‘table’ and you eat at a table.
Eduardo Galdino
Kino watashi o benkyou
Iresha Rathnayake
nice teaching.......と゛うも ありき゛とう
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みます 聞きます 食べます 飲みます