Let's learn more verbs. Here, we introduced "eat", "drink" and "buy".
(Watashi wa) Koohii o nomimasu.
I (will) drink coffee.
(Watashi wa) Konban piza o tabemasu.
I will eat pizza tonight.
(Watashi wa) Kaban o kaimashita.
I bought a bag yesterday.
Nomimasu means "to drink".
Tabemasu means "to eat".
Kaimasu means "to buy".
O is the particle which follows the object of the verb to show which the object is.
The word order is [subject] wa [time] [object] o verb.
When the subject is "I" or "You", it is usually moitted.
Since there is not clear distinction between the present and the future tenses in Japanese languge,
Koohii o nomimasu can be "I'm going to drink coffee" or "I drink coffee" which is one's habitual action.
In order to make it clear, you can add a specific time word to your statement.
Let's practice the following verbs.
Let's practice the following time words.
Let's practice the following words.
Let's practice the following phrases.
|Nihon ryoori||Japanese foods, Japanese dishes|
|Furansu ryoori||France foods, France dishes|
|Itaria ryoori||Italian foods, Italian dishes|
Let's make sentences and speak it.
|(Watashi wa) Mai-asa koohii o nomimasu.|
|I drink coffee every morning.|
|Tanaka-san wa mai-ban biiru o nomimasu.|
|Tanaka-san drinks beer every night.|
|(Watashi wa) Mai-nichi yasai o tabemasu.|
|I eat vegetables every day.|
|(Watashi wa) Konban pasuta o tabemasu.|
|I'm going to eat pasta tonight.|
|(Watashi wa) Kinoo Furansu ryoori o tabemashita.|
|I ate Furence dishes yesterday.|
|Greg-san wa tokidoki Nihon ryoori o tabemasu.|
|Greg-san had (ate) Japanese foods sometimes.|
|(Watashi wa) Jitensha o kaimasu.|
|I will buy a bicycle.|
|Susan-san wa kinoo yoofuku o kaimashita.|
|Susan-san bought clothes yesterday.|
Let's learn how to say "I like".
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