Bilingual – English and Japanese – 1

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You can use this post to learn English and Japanese at the same time.

Hello.
(Japanese)
I do not speak English.
(Japanese)
I speak Japanese.
(Japanese)
Do you speak Japanese?
(Japanese)
No, I don’t.
(Japanese)
I speak a little Japanese.
(Japanese)
Do you speak Korean?
(Japanese)
No, I do not.
(Japanese)
I want to learn Japanese.
(Japanese)
I want to go to Japan.
(Japanese)
I want to study in Japan.
(Japanese)
I want to work in Japan.
(Japanese)
I want to study Japanese in Japan.
(Japanese)
I want to teach English in Japan.
(Japanese)
I want to go to Kyoto.
(Japanese)
I want to go to Kanazawa.
(Japanese)
I don’t want to go to Tokyo.
(Japanese)
Tokyo is very big.
(Japanese)
I want to go to the mountains.
(Japanese)
I want to sit by the river.
(Japanese)
I want to listen to the sound of the water.
(Japanese)
I want to write a haiku.
(Japanese)
Will you teach me Japanese?
(Japanese)
Yes.
(Japanese)

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2 Responses to “Bilingual – English and Japanese – 1”

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  1. shekhar says:

    hi i m from delhi. i want to learn japanese too along with english.
    I m also looking for a partner to improve English and japanese. Can we chat on line. Or on phone my mob. 918800433456 and e mail shekhar.rajpoot.80@gmail.com reply soon plz

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