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Japanese Alphabet (Characters)

If you’re trying to learn the Japanese Alphabet you will find some useful resources including a course about some Japanese characters, pronunciation, and sound of all letters… to help you with your Japanese grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and memorize the sounds. Also don’t forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Japanese. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Japanese Characters

Learning the Japanese characters is very important because without it, you will not be able to say words properly or read them even if you know how to write those words. The better you pronounce a letter in a word, the more understood you will be in speaking the Japanese language.

Below is a table showing the some Japanese characters and how they’re pronounced in English, and finally examples of how those letters would sound if you place them in a word. Please note that the Japanese characters are more than what you see below, this is just an introduction.

Japanese Alphabet English Sound Pronunciation Example

a as in acute

i as in ink

oo as in tool

e as in elephant

o as in Omega

ha as in Hanukkah

hi as in history

fu as in Fuji

he as in help

ho as in home

kka as in Hanukkah

ki as in kiss

ko as in cook

ke as in kept

ko as in Korea

ma as in machine

mi as in ministry

mu as in moon

me as in melody

mo as in Monaco

sa as in sauna

shi as in ship

su as in Sumatra

se as in Senegal

so as in Somalia

ya as in yard

yu as in you

yo as in yoga

ta as in taught

chi as in chin

tsu as in tsunami

te as in telephone

to as in Toshiba

ra as in Sahara

ri as in ring

ru as in ruby

re as in rest

ro as in Romania

na as in knot

ni as in knit

nu as in nuke

ne as in nest

no as in Norway

wa as in Washington

wi as in Wii (no longer used)

n as in ton

we as in west (no longer used)

wo as in wolf

Hiragana with Diacritical Marks

There are 23 additional sounds by adding diacritical marks- such as が for か and ぱ for は . With a pair of short strokes, the unvoiced consonant k, s, t, and h become voiced consonants g, z, d, and b. The consonant h changes to p with the addition of a tiny circle.

Double Consonants – っ such as もっと

Double consonants such as “kk”, “ss”, “tt” or “pp” are pronounced with a slight pause between the first and second sounds, for example “cut” “pet” and “kit”.

Contracted Sounds

Small ゃ, ゅ and ょ follows after letters in the second column and are used to transcribe contracted sounds. This is supposed to be a single syllable. Example: きゃ(kya), みゃ(mya), ぴょ(pyo)

Japanese “R” Pronunciation: Japanese “r” sounds are between English “l” and “r” sounds.

Japanese Pronunciation

You saw how a letter is written and might be pronounced, but there is nothing better than hearing the sound of the letters in a video or audio. Below you will be able to hear how the letters above are pronounced, just press the play button:

Japanese Vocabulary

If you’re trying to learn Japanese Vocabulary you will find some useful resources including a course about vocabulary and expressions… to help you with your Japanese grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don’t forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Japanese. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Japanese Vocabulary

Learning the Japanese Vocabulary displayed below is vital to the language. Japanese vocabulary is the set of words you should be familiar with. A vocabulary usually grows and evolves with age, and serves as a useful and fundamental tool for communication and acquiring knowledge. Here are some examples:

English Vocabulary Japanese Vocabulary
Vocabulary goi – 語彙
Countries kuni – 
Australia oosutoraria – オーストラリア
Cambodia kanbojia – カンボジア
Canada kanada – カナダ
China chuugoku – 中国
Egypt ejiputo – エジプト
England eikoku – 英国
France furansu – フランス
Germany doitsu – ドイツ
Greece girisha – ギリシャ
India indo – インド
Indonesia indoneshia – インドネシア
Italy itaria – イタリア
Japan nippon – 日本
Mexico mekishiko – メキシコ
Morocco morokko – モロッコ
Peru peruu – ペルー
Spain supein – スペイン
Thailand tai – タイ
USA amerikagasshuukoku – アメリカ合衆国
Languages gengo – 言語
Arabic arabia go – アラビア語
Chinese chuugoku go – 中国語
English ei go – 英語
French furansu go – フランス語
German doitsu go – ドイツ語
Greek girisha go – ギリシャ語
Hebrew heburai go – ヘブライ語
Hindi hindii go – ヒンディー語
Italian itaria go – イタリア語
Japanese nihon go – 日本語
Korean kankoku go – 韓国語
Latin raten go – ラテン語
Russian roshia go – ロシア語
Spanish supein go – スペイン語
Urdu uruduu go – ウルドゥー語
Days youbi – 曜日
Monday getsuyoubi – 月曜日
Tuesday kayoubi – 火曜日
Wednesday suiyoubi – 水曜日
Thursday mokuyoubi – 木曜日
Friday kinyoubi – 金曜日
Saturday doyoubi – 土曜日
Sunday nichiyoubi – 日曜日
time jikan – 時間
hour jikan – 時間
minute fun – 
second byou – 

List of Vocabulary in Japanese

Below is a list of the vocabulary and expressions in Japanese placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Japanese vocabulary.

English Vocabulary Japanese Vocabulary
Vocabulary
colors iro – 
black kuroi – 黒い
blue aoi – 青い
brown chairo no – 茶色の
gray haiiro no – 灰色 の
green midori no – 緑の
orange orenji iro no – オレンジ色の
purple murasaki no – 紫の
red akai – 赤い
white shiroi – 白い
yellow kiiroi – 黄色い
sizes ookisa – 大きさ
big ookii – 大きい
deep fukai – 深い
long nagai – 長い
narrow semai – 狭い
short mijikai – 短い
small chiisai – 小さい
tall takai – 高い
thick atsui – 厚い
thin usui – 薄い
wide hiroi – 広い
tastes aji – 
bitter nigai – 苦い
fresh shioke no nai – 塩気のない
salty shiokarai – 塩辛い
sour suppai – 酸っぱい
spicy karai – 辛い
sweet amai – 甘い
qualities seishitsu – 性質
bad warui – 悪い
clean kirei – きれい
dark kurai – 暗い
difficult muzukashii – 難しい
dirty kitanai – 汚い
dry kawai ta – 乾いた
easy kantan na – 簡単な
empty kara no – 空の
expensive kouka na – 高価な
fast hayai – 速い
foreign gaikoku no – 外国の
full ippai no – いっぱいの
good yoi – 良い
hard katai – 固い
heavy omoi – 重い
inexpensive yasui – 安い
light karui – 軽い
local roukaru – ローカル
new atarashii – 新しい
noisy urusai – うるさい
old furui – 古い
powerful kyouryoku na – 強力な
quiet shizuka na – 静かな
correct tadashii – 正しい
slow osoi – 遅い
soft yawarakai – 柔らかい
very totemo – とても
weak yowai – 弱い
wet shimetta – 湿った
wrong machigatta – 間違った
young wakai – 若い
food shokuhin – 食品
almonds aamondo – アーモンド
bread pan – パン
breakfast choushoku – 朝食
butter bataa – バター
candy ame – 
cheese chiizu – チーズ
chicken toriniku – 鶏肉
cumin kumin – クミン
dessert dezaato – デザート
dinner seisan – 正餐
fish sakana – 
fruit kudamono – 果物
ice cream aisukuriimu – アイスクリーム
lamb ko hitsuji no niku – 子羊の肉
lemon remon – レモン
lunch chuushoku – 昼食
meal shokuji – 食事
meat niku – 
oven oubun – オーブン
pepper koshoo – コショウ
plants shokubutsu – 植物
pork butaniku – 豚肉
salad sarada – サラダ
salt shio – 
sandwich sandoicchi – サンドイッチ
sausage souseiji – ソーセージ
soup suupu – スープ
sugar satou – 砂糖
supper yuushoku – 夕食
turkey shichimenchou – 七面鳥
apple ringo – リンゴ
banana banana – バナナ
oranges orenji – オレンジ
peaches momo – 
peanut piinattsu – ピーナッツ
pears nashi – 
pineapple painappuru – パイナップル
grapes budou – 葡萄
strawberries ichigo – 
vegetables yasai – 野菜
carrot ninjin – ニンジン
corn toumorokoshi – トウモロコシ
cucumber kyuuri – キュウリ
garlic ninniku – ニンニク
lettuce retasu – レタス
olives oriibu – オリーブ
onions tamanegi – 玉葱
peppers koshou – 胡椒
potatoes jagaimo – ジャガイモ
pumpkin kabocha – カボチャ
beans mame – 
tomatoes tomato – トマト
alligator wani – ワニ
alligators wani – ワニ
bear kuma – 
bears kuma – 
bird tori – 
birds tori – 
bull oushi – 雄牛
bulls oushi – 雄牛
cat neko – 
cats neko – 
cow meushi – 雌牛
cows meushi – 雌牛
deer shika – 鹿
many deer ooku no shika – 多くの鹿
dog inu – 
dogs inu – 
donkey roba – ロバ
donkeys roba – ロバ
eagle washi – ワシ
eagles washi – ワシ
elephant zou – 
elephants zou – 
giraffe kirin – キリン
giraffes kirin – キリン
goat yagi – ヤギ
goats yagi – ヤギ
horse uma – 
horses uma – 
lion raion – ライオン
lions raion – ライオン
monkey saru – サル
monkeys saru – サル
mouse nezumi – ネズミ
mice nezumi – ネズミ
rabbit usagi – ウサギ
rabbits usagi – ウサギ
snake hebi – ヘビ
snakes hebi – ヘビ
tiger tora – 
tigers tora – 
wolf ookami – オオカミ
wolves ookami – オオカミ
objects mono – 
bathroom yokushitsu – 浴室
bed shindai – 寝台
bedroom shinshitsu – 寝室
ceiling tenjoo – 天井
chair isu – 椅子
clothes fuku – 
coat kouto – コート
cup koppu – コップ
desk tsukue – 
dress doresu – ドレス
floor yuka – 
fork fooku – フォーク
furniture kagu – 家具
glass garasu – ガラス
hat boushi – 帽子
house ie – 
ink inku – インク
jacket jaketto – ジャケット
kitchen daidokoro – 台所
knife naifu – ナイフ
lamp ranpu – ランプ
letter tegami – 手紙
map chizu – 地図
newspaper shinbun – 新聞
notebook nouto – ノート
pants zubon – ズボン
paper kami – 
pen pen – ペン
pencil enpitsu – 鉛筆
pharmacy yakkyoku – 薬局
picture e – 
plate sara – 
refrigerator reizouko – 冷蔵庫
restaurant ryouriten – 料理店
roof yane – 屋根
room heya – 部屋
rug shikimono – 敷物
scissors hasami – はさみ
shampoo shanpuu – シャンプー
shirt shatsu – シャツ
shoes kutsu – 
soap sekken – 石鹸
socks kutsushita – 靴下
spoon supuun – スプーン
table teiburu – テーブル
toilet toire – トイレ
toothbrush haburashi – 歯ブラシ
toothpaste hamigakiko – 歯磨き粉
towel tenugui – 手ぬぐい
umbrella kasa – 
underwear shitagi – 下着
wall kabe – 
wallet saifu – 財布
window mado – 
telephone denwa – 電話
this kono – この
that sono – その
these korera no – これらの
those sorera no – それらの
Questions
how? dono youni desu ka ? – どのようにですか?
what? nan desu ka ? – 何ですか?
who? dare desu ka ? – 誰ですか?
why? naze desu ka ? – なぜですか?
where? doko desu ka ? – どこですか?
different objects shuju no mono – 種々のもの
art geijutsu – 芸術
bank ginkoo – 銀行
beach kaihin – 海浜
book hon – 
by bicycle jitensha de – 自転車で
by bus basu de – バスで
by car kuruma de – 車で
by train densha de – 電車で
cafe kafe – カフェ
country kuni – 
desert sabaku – 砂漠
dictionary jisho – 辞書
earth chikyuu – 地球
flowers hana – 
football sakkaa – サッカー
forest shinrin – 森林
game geemu – ゲーム
garden niwa – 
geography chiri – 地理
history rekishi – 歴史
house ie – 
island shima – 
lake mizuumi – 
library toshokan – 図書館
math suugaku – 数学
moon tsuki – 
mountain yama – 
movies eiga – 映画
music ongaku – 音楽
ocean taiyou – 大洋
office jimusho – 事務所
on foot toho de – 徒歩で
player senshu – 選手
river kawa – 
science kagaku – 科学
sea umi – 
sky sora – 
soccer sakkaa – サッカー
stars hoshi – 
supermarket suupaamaaketto – スーパーマーケット
swimming pool suiei puuru – 水泳プール
theater gekijou – 劇場
tree ki – 
weather tenki – 天気
bad weather akutenkoo – 悪天候
cloudy kumot ta – 曇った
cold samui – 寒い
cool tsumetai – 冷たい
foggy kiri bukai – 霧深い
hot atsui – 暑い
nice weather koutenki – 好天気
pouring doshaburi – 土砂降り
rain ame – 
raining kouu no – 降雨の
snow yuki – 
snowing kousetsu no – 降雪の
ice kouri – 
sunny seiten no – 晴天の
windy kaze no tsuyoi – 風の強い
spring haru – 
summer natsu – 
autumn aki – 
winter fuyu – 
people hito – 
aunt oba – 叔母
baby akachan – 赤ちゃん
brother kyoudai – 兄弟
cousin itoko – いとこ
daughter musume – 
dentist shika i – 歯科医
doctor ishi – 医師
father chichi – 
grandfather sofu – 祖父
grandmother sobo – 祖母
husband otto – 
mother haha – 
nephew oi – 
niece mei – 
nurse kango shi – 看護師
policeman keikan – 警官
postman yuubin haitatsu – 郵便配達
professor kyouju – 教授
son musuko – 息子
teacher kyoushi – 教師
uncle oji – 叔父
wife tsuma – 

 

Vocabulary and expressions have a very important role in Japanese. Once you’re done with Japanese Vocabulary, you might want to check the rest of our Japanese lessons here: Learn Japanese. Don’t forget to bookmark this page

Japanese Numbers

If you’re trying to learn Japanese Numbers you will find some useful resources including a course about Cardinal Numbers and Ordinal Numbers… to help you with your Japanese grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don’t forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Japanese. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Japanese Numbers

Learning the Japanese Numbers displayed below is vital to the language. Japanese cardinal number convey the “how many” they’re also known as “counting numbers,” because they show quantity. Here are some examples:

English Numbers Japanese Numbers
numbers suu ji – 数字
one ichi – 
two ni – 
three san – 
four yon – 
five go – 
six roku – 
seven nana – 
eight hachi – 
nine kyuu – 
ten juu – 
eleven juu ichi – 十一
twelve juu ni – 十二
thirteen juu san – 十三
fourteen juu yon – 十四
fifteen juu go – 十五
sixteen juu roku – 十六
seventeen juu nana – 十七
eighteen juu hachi – 十八
nineteen juu kyuu – 十九
twenty ni juu – 二十
hundred hyaku – 
one thousand sen – 
million hyaku man – 百万

Notice the structure of the Numbers in Japanese.

List of Ordinal Numbers in Japanese

Japanese Ordinal numbers tell the order of things in a set: first, second, third, etc. Ordinal numbers do not show quantity. They only show rank or position. Below is a list of the Cardinal Numbers and Ordinal Numbers in Japanese. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Japanese vocabulary.

English Numbers Japanese Numbers
Ordinal Numbers josuu – 序数
first ichi banme no – 一番目の
second ni banme no – 二番目の
third san banme no – 三番目の
fourth yon banme no – 四番目の
fifth go banme no – 五番目の
sixth roku banme no – 六番目の
seventh nana banme no – 七番目の
eighth hachi banme no – 八番目の
ninth kyuu banme no – 九番目の
tenth juu banme no – 十番目の
eleventh juuichi banme no – 十一番目の
twelfth juuni banme no – 十二番目の
thirteenth juusan banme no – 十三番目の
fourteenth juuyon banme no – 十四番目の
fifteenth juugo banme no – 十五番目の
sixteenth juuroku banme no – 十六番目の
seventeenth juunana banme no – 十七番目の
eighteenth juuhachi banme no – 十八番目の
nineteenth juukyuu banme no – 十九番目の
twentieth nijuu banme no – 二十番目の
once ik kai – 一回
twice ni kai – 二回

 

Cardinal Numbers and Ordinal Numbers have a very important role in Japanese. Once you’re done with Japanese Numbers, you might want to check the rest of our Japanese lessons here: Learn Japanese. Don’t forget to bookmark this page.

 

Japanese Time with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Japanese time with audio. To help you read but also hear the words the way they’re pronounced by a native. Simply hover with your mouse over each image to hear the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Japanese page for other lessons.

Japanese Words
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Japanese Words
yesterday
kinoo
昨日 
today
kyoo
今日 
tomorrow
ashita
明日 
here
koko
ここ 
there
soko
そこ 
quickly
hayaku
速く 
slowly
yukkuri
ゆっくり 
always
itsumo
いつも 
sometimes
tokidoki
時々 
never
kesshite
決して 

We hope you enjoyed learning the Japanese time. You can also visit our Learn Japanese page for other grammar and vocabulary lessons.

 

Japanese Food with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Japanese food with audio. To help you read but also hear the words the way they’re pronounced by a native. Simply hover with your mouse over each image to hear the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Japanese page for other lessons.

Japanese Words
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Japanese Words
Food
Food
shokuhin
食品
bread
bread
pan
パン
cheese
cheese
chiizu
チーズ
meat
meat
niku
chicken
chicken
keiniku
鶏肉
fish
fish
sakana
sandwich
sandwich
sandoicchi
サンドイッチ
salad
salad
sarada
サラダ
salt
salt
shio
candy
candy
okashi
お菓子
fruit
fruit
furuutsu
フルーツ
apple
apple
ringo
リンゴ

We hope you enjoyed learning the Japanese food. You can also visit our Learn Japanese page for other grammar and vocabulary lessons

 

Japanese Articles

If you’re trying to learn Japanese Articles you will find some useful resources including a course about Definite and Indefinite Articles… to help you with your Japanese grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don’t forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Japanese. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Japanese Articles

Learning the Japanese Articles displayed below is vital to the language. Japanese articles are words that combine with a noun to indicate the type of reference being made by the noun. Generally articles specify the grammatical definiteness of the noun. Examples are “the, a, and an”. Here are some examples:

English Articles Japanese Articles
articles kanshi – 冠詞
the sono – その
a hitotsu no – 一つの
one hitotsu no – 一つの
some ikutsu ka no – いくつかの
few shousuu no – 少数の
the book sono hon – その本
the books sono hon – その本
a book is satsu no hon – 一冊の本
one book is satsu no hon – 一冊の本
some books nansatsu ka no hon – 何冊かの本
few books suu satsu no hon – 数冊の本

Notice the structure of the Articles in Japanese.

List of Articles in Japanese

Below is a list of vocabulary where you can use the Definite and Indefinite Articles in Japanese. Try to practice but also memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Japanese vocabulary.

English Vocabulary Japanese Vocabulary
Food shokuhin – 食品
almonds aamondo – アーモンド
bread pan – パン
breakfast choushoku – 朝食
butter bataa – バター
candy ame – 
cheese chiizu – チーズ
chicken toriniku – 鶏肉
cumin kumin – クミン
dessert dezaato – デザート
dinner seisan – 正餐
fish sakana – 
fruit kudamono – 果物
ice cream aisukuriimu – アイスクリーム
lamb ko hitsuji no niku – 子羊の肉
lemon remon – レモン
lunch chuushoku – 昼食
meal shokuji – 食事
meat niku – 
oven oubun – オーブン
pepper koshoo – コショウ
plants shokubutsu – 植物
pork butaniku – 豚肉
salad sarada – サラダ
salt shio – 
sandwich sandoicchi – サンドイッチ
sausage souseiji – ソーセージ
soup suupu – スープ
sugar satou – 砂糖
supper yuushoku – 夕食
turkey shichimenchou – 七面鳥
apple ringo – リンゴ
banana banana – バナナ
oranges orenji – オレンジ
peaches momo – 
peanut piinattsu – ピーナッツ
pears nashi – 
pineapple painappuru – パイナップル
grapes budou – 葡萄
strawberries ichigo – 
vegetables yasai – 野菜
carrot ninjin – ニンジン
corn toumorokoshi – トウモロコシ
cucumber kyuuri – キュウリ
garlic ninniku – ニンニク
lettuce retasu – レタス
olives oriibu – オリーブ
onions tamanegi – 玉葱
peppers koshou – 胡椒
potatoes jagaimo – ジャガイモ
pumpkin kabocha – カボチャ
beans mame – 
tomatoes tomato – トマト

 

Definite and Indefinite Articles have a very important role in Japanese. Once you’re done with Japanese Articles, you might want to check the rest of our Japanese lessons here: Learn Japanese. Don’t forget to bookmark this page.

 

Japanese Pronouns

If you’re trying to learn Japanese Pronouns you will find some useful resources including a course about Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns… to help you with your Japanese grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don’t forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Japanese. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!

Japanese Pronouns

Learning the Japanese Pronouns displayed below is vital to the language. Japanese pronouns include personal pronouns (refer to the persons speaking, the persons spoken to, or the persons or things spoken about), indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns (connect parts of sentences) and reciprocal or reflexive pronouns (in which the object of a verb is being acted on by verb’s subject). Here are some examples:

English Pronouns Japanese Pronouns
Pronouns daimeishi – 代名詞
I watashi – 
you anata – あなた
he kare – 
she kanojo – 彼女
we watashi tachi – 私たち
they karera – 彼ら
me watashi wo – 私を
you anata wo – あなたを
him kare wo – 彼を
her kanojo wo – 彼女を
us watashi tachi wo – 私たちを
them karera wo – 彼らを
my watashi no – 私の
your anata no – あなたの
his kare no – 彼の
her kanojo no – 彼女の
our watashi tachi no – 私たちの
their karera no – 彼らの
mine watashi no mono – 私のもの
yours anata no mono – あなたのもの
his kare no mono – 彼のもの
hers kanojo no mono – 彼女のもの
ours watashi tachi no mono – 私たちのもの
theirs karera no mono – 彼らのもの

Notice the structure of the Pronouns in Japanese.

List of Pronouns in Japanese

Below is a list of the Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns in Japanese placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Japanese vocabulary.

English Pronouns Japanese Pronouns
I speak watashi wa hanashi masu – 私は話します
you speak anata wa hanashi masu – あなたは話します
he speaks kare wa hanashi masu – 彼は話します
she speaks kanojo wa hanashi masu – 彼女は話します
we speak watashi tachi wa hanashi masu – 私たちは話します
they speak karera wa hanashi masu – 彼らは話します
give me watashi ni kudasai – 私にください
anata ni age masu – あなたにあげます
give him kare ni age masu – 彼にあげます
give her kanojo ni age masu – 彼女にあげます
give us watashi tachi ni kudasai – 私たちにください
give them karera ni age masu – 彼らにあげます
my book watashi no hon – 私の本
your book anata no hon – あなたの本
his book kare no hon – 彼の本
her book kanojo no hon – 彼女の本
our book watashi tachi no hon – 私たちの本
their book karera no hon – 彼らの本

 

Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns have a very important role in Japanese. Once you’re done with Japanese Pronouns, you might want to check the rest of our Japanese lessons here: Learn Japanese. Don’t forget to bookmark this page.

 

Japanese Phrases with Sound

The table below contains a list of the Japanese phrases with audio. To help you read but also hear the words the way they’re pronounced by a native. Simply hover with your mouse over each image to hear the pronunciation. You can also listen to the whole audio by pressing the play button on the audio player below. You can check our Learn Japanese page for other lessons.

Japanese Words
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Japanese Words
how?
doo yat te ?
どうやって? 
what?
nani desu ka ?
何ですか? 
who?
dare desu ka
誰ですか 
why?
naze desu ka ?
なぜですか? 
where?
doko de ?
どこで? 
can I help you?
doo it ta go yooken desu ka ?
どういったご用件ですか? 
can you help me?
watashi o tasukeru koto ga dekiru baai wa ?
私を助けることができる場合は? 
do you speak English?
eigo o hanase masu ka ?
英語を話せますか? 
what time is it?
nan ji ?
何時? 
how much is this?
kore wa ikura desu ka ?
これはいくらですか? 
what is your name?
o namae wa nani desu ka ?
お名前は何ですか? 
where do you live?
doko ni sun de iru no desu ka ?
どこに住んでいるのですか? 

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