Let's learn how to ask someone "Where are you going?".
(Anata wa) Nichi-yoobi doko ni ikimasu ka?
Where are you going on Sunday?
(Watashi wa) Hakone ni ikimasu.
I'm going to Hakone (on Sunday).
Nichi-yoobi means "Sunday".
The phrases such as "last Sunday" and "next Monday" are expressed by using the particle no.
See the practice below.
Doko means "where".
Remember, when the subject is "You" or "I", it is usually omitted.
When asking about the past action, just change ikimasu ka? to ikimashita ka?.
Let's practice the following words.
|moku-yoobi||Thursday||natsu-yasumi||summer holidays, summer vacation|
Let's practice the following phrases.
|Konshuu no kin-yoobi||this Friday|
|Konshuu no do-yoobi||this Saturday|
|Raishuu no getsu-yoobi||next Monday|
|Senshuu no ka-yoobi||last Tuesday|
Let's make sentences and speak it.
|Nichi-yoobi doko ni ikimasu ka?|
|Where are you going on Sunday?|
|Kyoo doko ni ikimasu ka?|
|Where are you going today?|
|Natsu-yasumi doko ni ikimasu ka?|
|Where will you go for the summer vacation?|
|Kinoo doko ni ikimashita ka?|
|Where did you go yesterday?|
|Senshuu no do-yoobi doko ni ikimashita ka?|
|Where did you go last Saturday?|
Let's learn more verbs such as "eat", "drink" and "buy".
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