Travel: Germany has great places to see.


On this page, you can learn how to talk about places to see in Japanese.

Key Sentence

Germany has great places to see.

do i tsu ni wa mi ru be ki su te ki na ba sho ga ta ku sa n a ri ma su


Why do you say たくさん(many)? I can’t see a word ‘many’ in English.

Japanese people often tend to say たくさん in this sentence pattern. There is no plural form in Japanese, so you need words like たくさん to indicate more than one place.

One by one

ドイツ → Germany
には → no meaning
見る(みる) → see
べき → to
すてきな → great
場所(ばしょ) → place
が → no meaning
たくさん → many
あります → there is


countries verbs adjectives


A has B places to see


Complete the tasks below in your workbook.

Task 1: Change into Japanese.

Task 2: Change into English.

Task 3: Listen to answer what you hear in English.