Japanese words that the MLB announcer said in the Ohtani’s game
The announcer just translated what he would say in English in the situations, so they were not just right words to use. However, that is absolutely fine! Let's enjoy using Japanese.
【Beginner 2 Lesson 9: Direction】How to join two or more sets of actions
Japanese sentences you are learning: まっすぐ行って、しんごうを右にまがってください。この道をまっすぐ行って、つぎのかどを右にまがってください。
【Japanese Grammar】difference between ている (teiru), ていく (teiku), てくる (tekuru), てある (tearu), ておく (teoku), てみる(temiru)
They look really similar and confusing. Let's understand them all at once on this page.
【Japanese grammar】verb て form + います (imasu) = has/have been + verb-ing
Let's learn how to say those sentences in Japanese: I have been playing golf since last year. My father has been talking on the phone since 5 o'clock. My older sister has been cooking since yesterday.
be -ing:【verb てform + る】(Casual way)
On this page, you can learn how to say somebody is doing something now in Japanese in a casual way.
don’t want it to happen:【verb てform + しまう】
On this page, you can learn Japanese grammar to talk about the situation you don't want to have.
How to show your appreciation: てform + くれる
Which sentence is correct if you want to show appreciation and say 'My friend taught how to use chopsticks.'?
How to show appreciation:【verb てform + くれる、あげる、もらう】
On this page, you can learn how to show appreciation using verb てform + くれる, あげる or もらう.
【Japanese grammar】verb て form + みたいです (mitaidesu) = want to + verb
On this page, you can learn Japanese grammar for 'want to + verb'.
【Japanese grammar: て、 = verb and】Let’s learn how to join (or list) verbs, using てform
How do you say 'I eat sushi and drink beer' in Japanese? You need verbs in てform. Let's find out more details.