On this page, you can learn how to say when and where you are going to leave a place in Japanese.
First box: English, Second box: Romaji, Last box: Japanese writing and audio
|I am going to leave Japan on the 5th of June.|
|wa ta shi wa ro ku ga tsu i tsu ka ni ni ho n wo ta chi ma su|
One by one
- 私 → I
- は → no meaning
- 六月（ろく・がつ） → June
- 五日（いつか） → fifth
- に → on
- 日本（に・ほん） → Japan
- を → no meaning
- 発ちます（た・ちます） → leave
Note: month then date
You always say a month then a date in Japanese. The example below is March 10th in Japanese. March is 三月 and 10th is 十日.
- Correct: 三月十日
- Incorrect: 十日三月
Another Japanese verb for ‘leave (place)’ is 出発します（しゅっ・ぱつ・します）, which is as common as 発ちます to use in a conversation.
Task 1: Change into Japanese.
- I am going to leave Japan on the 3rd of March.
- I am going to leave Canada on the 12th of July.
Task 2: Change into English.
Task 3: Listen to answer what you hear in English.