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Japanese for Beginners: Learn 150 Most Useful Japanese Words

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8 Lessons (1h 43m)
    • 1. Class Introduction

      1:04
    • 2. Time

      9:41
    • 3. Frequency Words

      8:44
    • 4. Adjectives

      22:29
    • 5. Pronouns

      7:44
    • 6. Question Words

      6:30
    • 7. Verbs

      20:57
    • 8. Nouns

      25:45
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Learn beginner Japanese fast with this non-stop speaking course that will teach you the 150 most useful Japanese words!

This 150 most useful Japanese words beginner course will teach you beginner Japanese faster than you thought possible!

During our 7 lessons you will learn:

  • Lots and lots of vocabulary

  • Useful everyday phrases

  • Basic sentence structures

After taking this course you will be able to:

  • Tell time in many different situations

  • Pronounce words correctly without hearing them first

  • Compliment people with many different adjectives

  • Use beginner verbs in a lot of situations

  • Know and use dozens of useful nouns

  • Structure basic sentences with ease

All this and more in just less than 2 hours of instruction!

Start your Japanese journey with us today!

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1. Class Introduction: I need to, My name's Rosie and welcome to 150 most useful japanese wards cores. Now you might be wondering, this girl doesn't look like a Japanese speaker. And you're right. But if spent six years of my life or studying Japanese, it was my major in university. And I have lived, worked and studied in Japan for quite a while as well. And now working as a Japanese teacher, Japanese is my favorite language. And although I've traveled to many different countries and heard, studied many different languages, this language is the closest to my heart, and that's why I'm very happy to teach other people Japanese discourse will be 1.5 hours and it will be divided into seven lessons. In these lessons, you will learn many new nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, question words, and words to describe time and frequency. Each word will have an example sentence to go along with it, so you could know how to use it in practice. I'm so excited to see you in my lessons. And until then, Medina. 2. Time: I mean that's an Nihon low-cost. Welcome to 150 on was useful japanese word scores. This is less than one amu teacher Rosie, and having studying Japanese for six years, I have graduated from a Japanese language and culture program and I have lived, studied, and worked in Japan for over a year. I'm so excited to help you learn more things about Japanese language. So let's get started. Our first lesson is all about the time. However, before starting out, I would like to tell you something about our slides. In each slide we will have three or four ways to write down the same Ward. The first way will be the word written in kanji. If it has a kanji. The second way we will be writing the same word in Hiragana. The third way, writing it in Latin letters or in Roma G. And the last one is the Meaning written in English. I already, let's go. So our first word is EMA. Now, let's look at the example. Ema, Muskoka. Muskoka. Where I now saga. Ema. Are you busy now? Our second word is Joe. Joe. So today I you free today. 30b this v this today is Wednesday. Our third word is yesterday. What did you do yesterday? Yesterday I went to Tokyo. Our fourth word is I stop. I stop. Tomorrow. Amanda photo saw this. Amenda first saw this. It seemed like it will rain tomorrow. What day of the week will be tomorrow? Your b means day of the week. So that's why it means like we could ask what they will be tomorrow or would this tomorrow? But when someone asks this question, we will know that it means what day of the week will be tomorrow. Our fifth word is set aside. The day after tomorrow. I will go on a trip from the day after tomorrow. Our sixth word is the day before yesterday. Boy, boy. Boy. This this. I was very busy the day before yesterday. And although we don't write, what does she or I or me at the beginning? If you are saying it by yourself down, we kinda know from the context that you're talking about yourself. And that's why we are translating at it. As I was very busy the day before yesterday. Our seventh word is chicken. Can time or amount of time. Sine t. Sine t can. I waited for three hours? So in this sense, means amount of time that you waited for. D g. D hour. What time is it now? It's 04:00 PM. Our Ninth Ward is minute, fun. Fun. Fun. Or the pronunciation will depend on the ward that it will go with. Let's look at the examples. To go. 15 minutes or 16 minutes. Are ten, Ford is months. Got, got, got, or get. Get. The pronunciation will also depend on the word that it will go with. So let's take a look to the SKA none gutsy disk. What month is it? Uh, this, uh, this it's January. Gets to your V, This gets AOB. This today is Monday. And if we take a look in this context when we use month with the word your B for day of the week, we pronounce it as good. Very good. And our 11th ward is year though she she does she or men? Men. Men. Very good. Daka. Daka. How is this year's cherry blossom viewing or how was this year's hammy Qiaonan non-tangible Bua psycho. Psycho. Last year's Berkeley was amazing. And in this sentence, year is written as, men. Men. Very, very good. Someone this. So in depth Knees. When we finish the lesson, we say, someone this, which means you have worked hard and thank you for your hard work. So congratulations. Omitted logos ion was you just finished your first lesson. 3. Frequency Words: He Alcazar login to 150 million years ago. Japanese words coils. This is less than two. Anita teacher Rosie, and let's get started. Our first lesson was all about the time. And our second lesson is about how frequently we do something. So we will analyze words that will help us describe the frequency of doing things. Let's go. Okey-dokey. Okey-dokey. Sometimes, or from time to time. Let's look at an example. Or donkey, donkey tennis. So she must. Kennesaw schemas. I play tennis from time to time. The Okey-dokey agar agar schemas. I go to the cinema from time to time. Are 13 forward, is that money? Once in a while? Occasionally. So not so often. What does what does I occassionally used that wine has wine or images. I occasionally drink wine. 14 or later. She has a solving Ni, schemas. After finishing homework, I'll go out with my friends. But as you can see, so although we translated as after finishing homework, what it was actually written here is that after homework. So you have to kind of translate it in your own head and it's not always very direct. She got Patty guiding mass, party, a party afterwards. You're often schemas what has come here often. Pisa has your piece out. I often eat pizza. Foot to foot to foot. So usually, normally Sunni hero colony, Moscow. Moscow. What do you usually have for lunch? Comma job fit Sunni. Sunni. She's working normally. Well word MID, it has many, many meanings. And as you can see, the first one is few, are not a lot. And then can mean seldom or not so often. A muddy ski Jenae, this muddy ski JNI, this, I don't really like it. So it's not really a common way for Japanese people to say, I don't really like it because it's very, very direct. However, you can use it among your friends. And it means a muddy in this station means not really, not so much. What the sheila what Sheila. I don't often email my friends. It somehow it somehow it somehow Moscow. Moscow. What do you always have? We use this situation usually in restaurants one where going out with our friends and we asked them what do you usually have here or what do you usually eat? It some more. Cto KT mass. It's a more Missouri she kowtow KT mass. I always write unusual things. 19th. Mine. Mine. Mine. It means every day. But I would like you to pay your attention to right here, which is my, my, so my means every and we will use it in many, many words. In this case, we use it with the word day, Nietzsche. And it means every day. She got toga. She got yoga. I have work every day. And here you can see my with another word which is morning, ASA. Asa. Asa. Every morning. My ASA a sagwa han. Security matches. My ASA i sagwa han or security mass. I make breakfast every morning. 21, my shoes, my shoes, my shoe every week. My shoe store, Artemis, my desk. I have a test every week. And my CQI, CQI every month. Mites a key, Nihon Neechi mass might key. I go to Japan every month. Or mites. Mites a key. Schemas. I go to Disneyland every month. Autocad Osama Des, thank you for your hard work and congratulations because you have just finished your second lesson. 4. Adjectives: Welcome to 150 most useful Japanese word scores. This is less than three. I'm your teacher, Rosie, and let's get started. In last class, we learned a lot about frequency words. However, this class is all about. Adjectives are in Japanese. Kao Shi. Kao Shi. Let's go. Means beautiful. Joe, say this. Say this. A beautiful girl. It's beautiful. E, e, E, e, This man. You'll hear this phrase. And very often in Japan. That's a very, very common reaction for Japanese people. 25. Or my, my, my means delicious. But how are these two different? Well, or she as more soft and maybe more polite. And usually girls use it or people in formal situations. And my is used more by males, by men. So we, we can see on my And also if somebody says, uh, my Vets like the highest level of delicious, it means that it's super, super, super delicious. Let's take a look at our examples. Xi, this is the xi, this, It's delicious sushi. It's so delicious. 26. Nazca. She nostalgic. I know that we don't use this adjective so often in English, but in Japanese it's also a very common reaction. So let's take a look at this. Let's see, this distaste is nostalgic or this stays, brings back a lot of memories, for example, from your childhood if it's a dish that you used to eat very often. But I met an old friend at the station. It was very nostalgic. Moccasins. That demo nuts, cachaca, 27. Cute. Somewhere. Here is not only cute, but also smart. One piece to this. One piece of this. It's a cute dress. Nicholas snap. Snap. It's a cute cat. 28 is so gassy. Saga, she busy. Issachar Ashkenazi. My star check-in is so gosh. I became visit lately. Is Saga Shi De Qi this saga Shi De Qi This time or it's a period of time 29. Namely sleepy. Namely the SCA. Namely the SCA IS sleepy. I hope you're not. So let's go to our next example. My staff. I became sleepy. 30, psycho, psycho. Best, Wonderful, great. Psi, psi t. This, you are a great friend. Cycle. Cycle. This is the best. 31. Unusual. It's an unusual photo. It's not an unusual thing. 32, hot. It's hot today. Isn't hot outside. Some, some some, some. This yesterday was very cold. Summary. This summary, this man, it's cold today. 34. At that, that guy. Warm. It's a warm sweater. Than than than than. It's becoming warmer and warmer. 35 cementite. Cementite. It's a net di, cold, but not as cold as suddenly. A little bit less cold. This summit die. This hens are called 36, right? I like bright colors. 37. Could, I could I could I dark kit the CODASYL skeptic as I turn on the light because it's dark. This guy, this dark places are dangerous. Shop. Show by show, by salty. Show pi NACA day, ski days. Show by NACA, dicey. This I left salty food. So re here I wrote, I love salty food. Although in this sentence, there's no word describing food or writing about food. But if we say it in this matter, show final goddess Ki, this, it means that we are talking about food or salty things in general. Shop, shop possibility. This suface do salt, I can't drink it. So right here, we have shop. So we don't have 0s at the end. Because before I told you it's shop by. But it's because of the grammar structure that goes with Tsugi, which means too much of something. So that's why we don't have an I here or 39 pi. So by so by sour are not orcas. You buy this and not all Kashi were. So pay this. Let candy sour. M Anwar, net justify this. Had em on NWA MIT to supply this. Lemon is really sour. 40, need guy. Named Guy, need guy. Bitter. New dinosaur. So my San, neat guy. So, so I don't use bitter sauce. 41, hot or spicy. Soccer Noah. The fish is a bit spicy. So here I would like to also draw your attention. So there's the word shutdown. So Chuck and me in a little bit, slightly, in some situations, it can mean a lot. So even if we say that the fish is a bit spicy, In this situation, you would have to understand that it is quite spicy. Robert, spicy. Ok, next one. You got this new database. I cannot have spicy things or spicy food. Of course, in this sentence, although we don't mention food. But what we mean by this again, we mean food and got there. It means that You cannot handle something or that you are not good at something. So in this case, I cannot eat spicy food. I'm not good with spicy food rate. Okay, let's go 42 chi chi chi. Expensive Cornel psi for psi this psi for the chi, this this wallet is expensive. This car is not expensive. 43. Yes. Yes. Cheap ticket? Yes. Say this a gamma ticket though? Yes. Say this. Movie tickets are cheap. Anwar? Yes. Socket are no horn NWA yes, socket. That book was cheap. So I would like you to look here. So before I told you that it's just silly. But here we have yes sukha dot. So please don't get confused. It is the same word, but in Japanese, adjectives may have tenses, and this is the past tense of the adjective. Yes, so 44. Hi, yay. High, yea, yea. Or early Tomonaga totem, Ohio, this demo, Ohio, this friend is really fast. What does she, you know, got this. What has shifted? Nanga, Hi, I this I run fast or am very fast that running 45. Or soil, or soil or soil slow or late. Comma Java, it's more Hindi Gauss oy. Iowa. It's a more hidden giga or soy. Show is replies late. Guardiola or soy desk. Here's a Bitly or you could say he's quite slow or a bit slow. But usually when someone says osteoid ensnare, it means that someone is being late. 46. She she, fun, are happy. Then I see kowtow. Kowtow Kunda at all. Let's think about something fun. The trip was fun. And again, here we have the past tense of the mushy of 147. Hanky, panky. Lively, energetic. Again. Again. How are you gain kina auto Conoco does. The boy is energetic. What an energetic Boy. 48. Short cut. This cut, this yesterday's meeting was short. What does this what does she know? This? My hair is short. Guy not Guy. Guy. Long. Download IT, you know, guy that mass, Tomonaga 2a sub e must, My friend is in Spain for a long time. What we can see from the context is that while my friend has been living in Spain for a long time, but we don't use the verb to live here. Can maximize, maximize stamp. I waited for a long time, 50 or 90. On the same analogy, this would be the same for me. Or is it the same? 51? Come down. Come down. Easy. Contaminated some on this Manon des it's an easy question. Or no pun. Nwa Kentucky lemmas. Nwa Canton Nikita, Emma's. This bread is easy to cut. 52 Mozi ACASI, Missouri, Kashi, Mozah Kashi. Difficult. Since s0, s1, s0. Someone. I asked the teacher difficult question. This store this. It's a difficult test. 53, very, very bad. Key much evaluate this. This I feel sick. Viral cat. Today's vital cut. That is, it was my bad. We use this phrase when we do something wrong and we want to apologize. So before apology itself, we would say, Oh, it was my bad, it was my fault. Vital CAPTA, this 54 years old. Thirdly, this fully clear my desk. It's an old car. What Sheila Fourier mono stem AS what does show Fourier mono stem AS I throw away old things at scatter sunlight Des, thank you for your hard work. And you've done really great because you're halfway through. And I want to congratulate you with learning so many new adjectives omitted. O was ion mass. 5. Pronouns: Yoga saw, Welcome to 150 most useful japanese word scores. This is lesson or AMI, a t-shirt Rosie, and let's get to work. In our last class, we learned about adjectives and then this one we will learn more about pronouns. So let's go 55. What she, what she, what she, I, or me. This is the most common way to say I or me is used both by females and males and you will never be wrong while using it. So let's look at some examples. What does this, what does Sheila? I'm happy. What? This what the xihuan chi this I'm not Italian. 56 order. Order. Order. This one means the same I or me, but it is used mostly by males or by boys when they use it, when they talked to people that they are very close with. So for example, high school students, when they are friends, they used among each other. Or maybe some guys better friends. So let's look at some examples. 4y, 4y. I'll go 57, book Qu, book, Qu, book coup. This one also means I or me, but it is used by males and it is kinda in the middle. If we look up for melody, it's in the middle, sits not too impolite, not too polite. And this is the most common way for guys to say I or me. Bourgeois denoise xi minus xi minus I'll call 58 are not, are not, are not U. So this one means you, but you have to be careful with this one because if you're speaking to someone older venue or someone higher in status, they knew, I would not recommend to use it. So you should use it only with people that you're familiar with. And that the Narada cuter and that Tamara indicator. You can do it. Or if you look at the sentence are not Amara, If it's you, the curator can do, able to do. So. It means basically if it's you, I know that you'll be able to do it. So you can do it. 59, some, some some. So maybe you have heard of this one. It's something that we use after saying someone's name. So when before we talked about saying I'm not IU It's quite informal and it actually might offend someone if they're older venue or higher in status. So I would always recommend to not say you, but to say someone's name and add some after that because sun is like Mr. MRS. MRS. And it's basically a very generic thing that you say after someone's name. And you will always be polite if you use it. Pretty awesome. Videos, some miss ratio. So I can say this when I'm, I wanted to get someone's attention. For example, 60. Everybody, everybody went home. 61, he KD, Iowa. You may Jing This. Iowa. You may imagine this. He is a celebrity, is a famous person. 62. They, for males. Cata, cata, cata. And if you take a look, this one, we just saw it, it was cut it from h0. And we add the rock and it becomes plural. Cut into day for males. Keychain, this keychain, this office workers, 63, comma xi. And in some cases, it also means girlfriends. So you have to be careful with this word. What does this what does this? She's my girlfriend or this is my girlfriend. 64 day for females. Komodo touchy, delta t. As you can see here. Just the same as for she, her or girlfriend. And we add touchy, also Plural at the end. And it makes, Come on Jack, touchy day for females, it makes it plural. In some cases, some people add the raw as in for, cut into the one we use for guys day. But I do know why Japanese people, US, Canada touchy way more often than con La Jolla. And here's an example sentence. Digoxin. Digoxin, say this. They are university students who have worked so hard and you have finished yet another class. So I congratulate you omitted toggles, I must, and I'll see you in our next class. 6. Question Words: Yoga and welcome to a 150 most useful Japanese word scores. This is Lesson five. I'm your teacher or z, and let's get to work. So in our last class, we learned more about pronouns, and in this one we will learn more about question words. Are you ready? Because I know I am. Let's go 65. What? Nanny? Nanny or none. None. None. So as you can see here, in some situations, we will use money. In some situations we will use none. And right now I will give you some examples. So you would see in which situations do we use them? What do you like? What time is it? 66. Daddy, daddy. Daddy, This guy. Who is it? Who are you looking for? 67. Where? Daka, daka, daka. Daka, daka, daka, Muskoka. Where are you? What does she know how NWA daka, daka. Daka. Whereas my book 68. How what do you think? Doh de doh de doh de TSCA. How about tomorrow night? 69. Why, why aren't you coming? Those thoughts? Those those terracotta pots get the Muskoka. Why are you dating him? 70, which is also a y, but maybe a bit more formal. Why? Ozzy? Ozzy. Why? 71? Which way or which one of the two options? Which one do you like or which one do you prefer? Ashoka. Ashoka. Where's the bank or which way is the bank? 72. Which e, this e, this guy. Which one is the best? 73. It's a, it's a when. It's a key Moscow. When will you come R1, someone will come. Because here we don't have any pronoun or anything mentioned. So we have to know from the context about whom we are asking. So let's assume that we're asking about you. When will you come? It's a key Moscow. Unless 174, how much it could. How much is it? Let's look at some of this. You've finished yet another lesson with me, and we have finished already five lessons together. So we have only two more to go. I'm looking forward to seeing you again and omitted logos. I must I congratulate you. 7. Verbs: Welcome to 150 most useful japanese word scores, less than six. And your teacher, Rosie. And let's go to my favorite part, which will be verbs. Yes, in Japanese we call them though she she, Are you ready? Let's go 75 to eat. All DBMS. Don or dilemmas. I will eat. You don't know? What will you eat? 76 to drink. Normal. Normal, normal Jati pesky, this canon Jolla, normally Jadi debated Moho guessed key this. She likes eating more than drinking. No motto. Motto. I become happy when I drink cola. 77. To look, to watch ski this a go ski This. I like watching movies. Daka. Daka. Why did you see or what did you watch yesterday? 78 to go. If it could ski this economic ascii, This I like going traveling. Schemas. Schemas. I will go to the park 79 to come. Somewhat pseudocode Odisha, reassembled. Video will come soon rate. It's a key Muskoka, Tomonaga, Chewa schema, SGA. Well, when, when will the friend come? 80 to return? Could you UniqueID mass? Could Jeannie? I will come back at nine o'clock. A11. Era, era, era. To be or to exist for living things like animals or people. You must occur. In Moscow. Do you have any siblings? Sooner situation, although MS is to be or to exist. And in some situations, if you add, if you're asking about relatives or a pet, asking with this verb ero will translate as to have. So do you have any siblings? Told me I am in Tokyo 82 to be to exist for nonliving things. Id Moscow. Moscow. What is here? So as you can see, we don't write the order. We write ID mass, which is another form of this verb. But this is about conjugation. Yes. So this is arrow is the plain form. An IID mus is a more polite must form. Digits. Digits are the mass. There is a museum. 83 to do. Sudo, su Shi mass. Then n0. So she must. We'll play tennis. 84. Morrow, to get on a vehicle bus bus, MALDI mass. I will get on a bus or I will take a bus and we will use particle knee with this verb. He. Marty, my step. I got on a plane. 85 to listen or to ask a question. What music do you listen to? Syncing Ni, syncing IQ schemas. I will ask the teacher 86 tube, right? Qu han, cockle Nanga ski this hone or Katko Nagasaki, This I like writing books. I stack as CEO, schemas, high-status, sale, Cauchy mass. I will write an essay tomorrow. 87. Debye, cao, Cao. Cao. Cao's Samadhi, This guy, code Somali, this guy. What are you planning to buy? One p, So p, so stuck-up. What kind of dress did you buy? Barb 88 to hold, to carry or to possess? How much? How much my Chaka shall I carry that box? Then show more famous TSCA. Do you have a bicycle? So in this sense, it means to possess to have a possession, you have a bicycle. So do you have a bicycle? 89 to talk, to speak. And nasa knew Hongo Hamas Soto, Qian. Ni Hongo. Sinuous. I get nervous when I speak Japanese. Johanna saw ato Diana. So let's talk later. To say in Moscow. Moscow. I think this one is very, very useful because if you don't know a word in Japanese, you can just use this question to find out 91. To understand cata, cata, giga suitor. Nike does suitor. I feel like I understand what Karima TSCA nullclines in law. Yomi Qatar or Kadima Scott. Do you understand how to read viscount zi? 92 to forget OS Suma who was sitting in my sta, Suma who was sued in my step. I forgot my smartphone. And in this sentence I'm not saying anywhere my smartphone. But let's assume that if I'm talking about myself, that I'm talking about my smartphone. He mile, Yoko oscillator, Yoko acidity. I often forget people's names. 93 to think. Kang. What does she knew? What the xihuan, uomo Katahdin. I only think about Japan. Kyoto CTO. Becky, this Bengio Nakamoto, Vicky, this. You must think of your studies. 94, the study. Then Kyocera, being Kyocera, Djoser. So this one, this verb, it is noun together with a verb. So now is the study, Bengio and soda is a verb. To do that we already have taken a look at. So to do studying, right? To study. Let's take a look at how it looks in practice. Yoga, tai ski, this certain Nanga, dice qui this, I love studying. Motto E, this motto. This. You should study more. And here you can see a past tense of this verb. Past tense. And that's why it looks a little bit different. 95, to be able to do something nor be capable of doing something. The the the piano, he could CTO guy the schemas piano. He could CTO guy Dickey mass. I can play the piano. Hongo. Sokoto guided cuter, new Hongo. Hannah Sokoto guided. I can speak Japanese. 96, to walk. Tomonaga cheeto is showing me sign Kiran made total Good. I my stamp more digitally. Sign Kilometer good. I walked around three kilometers with my friends. 97 to brush or to polish. Me, me, me Doc 2w minus z. How MIGA key mass minus g. How omega commas? I brush my teeth every day. Verb 98, to enter. Hi. Hi. Emma, Kiara or Ferroni high Euro. Offered Onicha euro. I will take a bath from now. So EMOC are amines from now from this moment offer a means a bath. Ninhydrin means to enter the bath. So in Japanese, to enter the bath means to take a bath. I entered the room. Verb 99 to look for Sargasso, Sargasso and sagas, the urinal. Osaka. What are you looking for? Psi for? Psi for sagacity mus. I'm looking for a lost wallet 100. So the new Hongo associated to the new home law or shear due to my friend teaches Japanese in England. What does she also paying law or shielded samadhi this so pain goal or shared Samadhi This, I am planning to teach Spanish. 100 N1 to sleep. This dice qui this, I love sleeping. Modernity mass. The mass. He's still sleeping. A 102. To meet I I I met my oldest sister. Since s0, our Tammany, also Clinique, syncing Yao Tammany, also Cagney schemas. I'm going to also get to see my teacher a 103 to create, to make so good. So good, so good. So Diane, this Nanga Di Hen this, it's difficult to make this cake. Do security, my star or my staff. I made salad. A 104 to get up or to wake up. Or, or, or quinoa or cuter Nougat also cut quinoa, acute and Olga or socket. I got up late yesterday. It someone lunges. At what time do you always get up? Let's look at this. We have finished our lesson six, and we have only one lesson to go. So I hope to see you soon in our seventh lesson and omitted oboes, I must congratulations on finishing your sixth lesson. See you soon. 8. Nouns: Welcome to 150 most useful Japanese words coarse. This is less than seven, and this is our last lesson. I'm your teacher, and let's get to work. So in this last lesson, we will learn many, many, many new nouns. Are you ready? Let's go. So in Japanese we call nouns. May see, may see, may see. Very good. Hadn't N5, meaning a me, me, me, in me. What do you mean? What does this mean? A 106 Train Station. What does Sheila? I walked to the station. The mass the mass. Tokyo Station is always crowded. 107 company. Keisha. Keisha. Keisha hotter occupy this. Cannot occupy this. I went to work for this company. Schemas are companies president is too strict. 108 bank gingko. Ginkgo. I went to the bank. Moscow. Moscow. Which bank do you use? A 109 price? Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan Gattaca schemas. So schemas, This is too expensive or this price is too expensive, But we would translate it as this is too expensive. Sonar shut, so no more Tomonaga Anwar, additional sonar shut. So non-water ammonia downward, it could show what is the original price of VAT shirt. A 110 post-office. You being killed. Being killed. You are being killed. You being Alcoa, doc, ID Muskoka. You've been killed. Dogecoin EID Moscow. Where is the post-office? Cocoa Kara, you being gioco my the domino. Could I cured ID Muskoka, cocoa, Kiara, you been Kyoko minded donor. Could I cured IDA? Id must occur. How far is the post office from here or what is the distance from here to the post office? 111 airplane. He he he he MSN. Mohsen. I think the plane might be delayed. A 100 and twelv job or work. She got. She got she got she got she got I like my job. This is a very polite way to say it. By the way, she got Dani mass. I always drink coffee before going to work. A 113 photo fixture, shushing Kyoto, the taxon session or 30. My step by step. I took a lot of photos in Kyoto. Dichloride this session or this. I hate taking photos. A 114 question. She she she she Can I ask a question? I will answer the question. Room. Haha haha haha died NO, had this disk. Whose room is it? What does this what does this? It's my room. 116 problem. Mom di, di, di, di, di, di must die. Adi mass. There is a problem. This Cordova Monday, this this is an environmental issue. Train. Then Xia, dementia. Dementia. Then shed the schemas. Then shed a key mass. I will go by train. Car. I could have Mau. Mau. I bought a new car. Cordova Daddy and no code on my desk. My disk. Whose car is it? 119 bus. Bus. Bus. Bus. But son-in-law, D mus in macabre, bustling. Modi must, I am going to get on a bus. A 120 movie. A guy, a guy, a door dish, daka. Daka. How is the movie that is now got cut? This, this movie was long. Word or words. Quote Toba, Toba, Toba, Sono Catawba, so pain, Jenga, yoke, so Kiama scar, Sono, Catawba, changing, Joconde sky, you must do Spanish. People often use this word. Kono, kowtow, Bono, immune God, while Kadima TSCA, Conoco, tobiano omega, what Karima TSCA. Do you understand the meaning of this word? Convenience store on beanie? Con Vinny? Vinny, Nihon, knock-on vanilla, psycho, this Nihon not calling be Nuwa psycho, this Japanese convenience stores are the best clothes ploughing. Folk, Folk Folk Gu Niang, they must ne'er, Kono Foucault must near. This looks good on you. By this, we mean this loafing disclose. On-off Foucault or Shadi, the snare are no Foucault or shadow. The person wearing those closes, so fashionable. Window. Motto. Motto. Motto. Motto, I kept the coda psi. Psi. Please open the window. For that. Sonoma daga daga IID mass. There are two windows. Door DO DO DO DO she made the coda psi. Psi. Please close the door. Bathroom or toilet or they are Rhi. Rhi. Rhi or dad, Iowa. Iowa. Tsca. Where's the bathroom? Water? Maze? A means here you can notice me. And here I have written all o is honorific letter that we right in front of some words. So it makes it more polite instead of just writing water. So sometimes we read on me. But the word for water is MSAA. Mezzo Naomi mass, miso, Naomi mass. I will drink water. House, Home. E, e, e, e God mu, two mu. I can see the house from the forest. This e, this, it's a big house. T or, or, or, or Chow. Chow could ICI, I'd like some tea or please bring me some tea. Coffee. He he ECOG Odessa, CagA disk, or would you like some coffee? This is a very, very, very polite way of asking, Would you like some coffee? Vegetables? Yes. Sigh. Yes. Psi psi psi ket, psi psi ket psi. Please buy some vegetables. Yes, psi, this psi guy KI, this, my friend hates vegetables. Fruit, could domino. Don't. Ski. Ski discard. What kind of food do you like? Skinner, codon Manoa or then g This Skinner could our Manoa. G This a fruit bat I like is orange. Or you can also translate it as my favorite fruit is orange. Fish. Secant. Secant. Secant. Secan UNGA, dice qui days. Second Nanga dice qui this. I love this. Subcu now Tibet tidies soccer. Tie this. I want to eat fish, meat, 10K. 10k. Nico, nico Kanye key mass. I'm going to buy meat. What? Nico Zen, Zen tobramycin, nuchal, Zen, Zen tab MSN. I don't eat meat at all. Shop. Miss miss miss missing missing key. My step. I went to the store yesterday. Missy Iowa, daka, daka, daka disc. Whereas the store friends or friends, dom, dom, dom, dom 0.8c in Muskoka, Nihon gin not download that Sega in Muskoka. Do you have Japanese friends? Domo that Sheila doc ONE sunday Muskoka, Moscow. Where does your friend live? Hospital. Bill in Go in Kolkata. Chi De Hua, cocoa Karachi chi this is the hospital nearby. I will go to the hospital. Doctor. Osha. Osha Samoa nine your stuck somewhere. What did the doctor say? Illness, sickness. Your key, key. Key, key this. What assemble, Keita chateaux, VGB, QI, this, I have the same illness as my boyfriend. None of this. None, no BOP desk. What illness is it? Right? Right. As indirection, right. Psi. Psi. Please turn right. Left. Heat daddy, daddy. He DID convenience. He died in the ID mass convenience. He died any ID matches? It's on the left of the convenient store. Story conversation. Hanna, she had Nicea Johannes Sega ski this. No, Hannah Sega ski This. I like talking about cars. I would like to draw your attention to here. So directly, it would mean, I like stories about cars, but this actually means that I like talking about cars. So we read it from the context. None, no Hannah. None, no Hanafi desk. What are you talking about? Airport CU call call. Call. Cba. Cua she bunny, ID mass. Narita airport is in Chiba. Hotel. Hotel room. Hotel. Hotel row. Yo-yo, Nakashima, hasta, Otero, yo-yo, cushy. My staff. I booked the hotel. Credit card. Staccato. Staccato. Staccato, sky, Muskoka, coded.com, sky and Moscow. Do you accept credit cards? Park, colon. Colon. Colon. Yogi coin Ni Dakota yoga ID, Muskoka, Yogi coin Ni taco toga. Have you ever been to Yogi park or have you ever visited yogi part? Coronal core and you may this may this, this park is famous. Electricity or light. Then key. Dinky. Dinky. Then QIO Kish, stick with us, I think EEO, cash stick ESI, please turn off the light. Dinky colony they could ISI, dinky o to say, Please don't use electricity all day long. Camera, camera. Camera. Camera. At data she Camaro C90 Meister. At that I see come arrow, C90 Meister. I bought a new camera. Row two column Olga, Mizuki, I see this. Kono camera row two column Olga, Mazu Kashi. This, it's difficult to use this camera. A cold caso, He De Shi Mei musta Casio. She my image. I caught a cold. Casio, he couldn't Aga, this Casio Canongate. This. I hate catching a cold. Family. Causal. Causal, causal cu. What? He thought the acyl-CoA one pi sets Mano this what acini thought, the causal coef. In my opinion, families the most important thing. Kazaa Kyoto, Kazaa Kyoto, Disney, Rondonia. I went to Disneyland with my family. At scary. Some of you have worked so, so hard because we have finished this 150 most useful Japanese words course together. Thank you so much for watching this course. And congratulations on we did though was I must see you soon.