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Telling Time - Japanese Lesson 9

Dodano: 2012-01-05

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                  Japanese Language Lesson 9 - Telling Time

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Japan Society currently offers 12 comprehensive levels of Japanese, as well as a variety of specialized courses and workshops including shodō (Japanese calligraphy). Courses take place year round with Fall, Spring and Summer semesters along with intensive and specialized courses throughout the year, so please stop by or visit our website for more information.

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Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar.

In this lesson you will learn how to tell time in Japanese! Be sure to practice your Japanese numbers as well.

Vocabulary:

1 o'clock - ichi-ji (ji counter for time)
2 o'clock - ni-ji
3 o'clock - san-ji
4 o'clock - yo-ji **
5 o'clock - go-ji
6 o'clock - roku-ji
7 o'clock -  shichi-ji
8 o'clock - hachi-ji
9 o'clock - ku-ji **
10 o'clock - jyuu-ji
11 o'clock - jyuuichi-ji
12 o'clock - jyuuni-ji

AM - gozen
PM - gogo

Minute - pun/fun (depending on the number)

1 minute - ippun
2 minutes - nifun
3 minutes - sanpun
4 minutes - yonpun
5 minutes - gofun
6 minutes - roppun
7 minutes - nanafun
8 minutes - happun
9 minutes - kyufun
10 minutes - jyuppun

Example:

4:18AM - gozen yoji jyuuhappun (AM/PM comes first in Japanese)

For more information about Japanese language classes at the Japan Society, please visit our website!

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Komentarze


Kayleigh Vowles
Such a great tip to know if it's fun or pun with the open and closed mouth! I learned the time in Japanese class yesterday and the teacher didn't tell us that, and I was worried I would never remember, now it's much simpler!
asd asdas
surprising this is actually a great tutorial, especially on the explaination on Minutes (pun and fun and when to use them). Most online written tutorials don't even touch on that
Sasha Booker
this is great practice outside of my college class, I love that I can pause and interact with the video
Ricky Sword
Wow. This is awsome. And i really feel i want to go to Japan now
cho thanda
👍❤️
Shakhriyor Abdukodirov
どうもありがとう
MaLin Malindić
2 + 5 = 72 + 7 = 9nifun , gofun , nanafun, kyufunthe rest is pun
Ni-Ka Hikari 光
This video is great, no intro, no music. Just straight to the point 👍 great video
Candlə Cantø
Fastest way to write "時"??
calaverasgrande
"Ima Nanji" the correct response is "Doki Doki Morning"?