Flashcards in Genki Ch 1 + 2 Deck (34)
How do you say a topic IS something else?
X は Y です.
How do you make a question sentence?
Add か to the end of a sentence.
What is the word for what?
What particle is used to connect two nouns?
How would you say "a college professor"
How would you say "A student of the Japanese language."
What do you say when you have reserations about what you are about to say?
What is the more casual form of "yes"?
What is the more formal version of "yes"?
How do you say "Is that so" or "I see"?
Instead of saying "you" when talking to someone and referring to them, what do you say?
You call them by their name.
What is the title used for children?
What is a title used for male children in particular?
How would you say Takeshi's phone number?
How do you say "this" when there is no noun follwing it?
How do you say "that" with no noun following it, if the object is close to the person you are speaking to?
How do you say "that" when there is no noun following it and the item is away from the speaker and listener?
How do you say "this" if a noun follows?
この followed by the noun
How do you say "That" followed by a noun if the object is near the listener?
その followed by the noun
How do you say "that" followed by a noun if the object is away from both speakers?
How do you say "which one" if it is not followed by a noun?
How do you say "which one"?
How do you say "whose" followed by a noun?
だれの followed by a noun.
How do you say "here, near me"
How do you say "there, near you"?
How do you say, "over there?"
How do you say where?
If you say something is something, how do you say another item or person is that also?
Subject with も as the particle in place of は
How do you negate a statement that is in the X は Y です form?
Replace です with じゃありません
If you want to end a statement seeking confirmation, what do you do?
Add ね to the end of the sentence.
How do you make a statement more authoritative, as if to assure someone your information is correct?
Add よ to the end of the statement.
How do you ask someone to give you something, in essence saying "please give me X"?
Item を ください
If you want to use a more formal method of asking for a concrete object, how would you do this?
Item を おねがいします