It is a little trickier than in English, but learning how to address someone you are speaking to correctly will help your Japanese sound natural and fluent and could save you a missed business opportunity or a punch in the face! It sure does! Although they can certainly teach you the fundamentals of grammar , using textbooks to learn might mean that your speech will sound unnatural until you reach an intermediate level or begin learning with more authentic Japanese resources. English pronouns come in many forms e. I, my, me, mine but they operate a little differently in Japanese. If you consume any authentic Japanese media, you might have heard some or all of them.
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Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question, please post it. Thank you! Note that this thread has not been updated in a long time, and its content might not be up-to-date anymore. Something to say to Japanese customers? I work as a cashier in a convenience store, and I do get some Japanese customers on several occasions. There's not much for me to say to any customers, beside just the old "hi" and "thank you".
how do you say in japanese..?? I will help you or I will help you with your homework..!!?
You can read hiragana and katakana. Even if you really are the hottest thing since sliced sushi rolls, you will need to inject your Japanese with a huge dose of humility. This is because in order to speak Japanese like a native you need to understand the cultural context of the language. It just so happens that being polite and humble is a cornerstone of Japanese culture and society. All this structure might seem foreign to you at first, but all you need is a fresh perspective and lots of practice.
Even if you just thought about learning Japanese today, you can start speaking from Day 1! It can be a bit intimidating to know where to begin. Any time you learn a new language, especially one where the writing system is very different, it can become difficult to make the connections between grammar, memorized words, and creating sentences.