Grammar Focus 1 : Frequency words in Japanese 1
To review how to get "-ます(masu)" forms of verbs, please visit "Lesson 5"
Grammar Focus 2 : Frequency words in Japanese 2
"hardly ever do __."
"never do __." / "don't do __ at all."
Some examples of frequency words in Japanese:
Grammar Focus 3 : How to read a telephone number in Japanese 『電話番号の読み方』
But there are some exceptions. The following two numbers are very important telephone numbers to remember;
110 (read as "hyaku tou ban")
--- to call the police call centre to report an accident or a crime.
119 (read as "hyaku juu kyuu ban")
--- to call the fire-ambulance-emergency rescue call centre.
Important phrases to remember:
誰か110番お願いします(dareka hyaku tou ban onegai shimasu)。
---Anyone, please call the police!
誰か119番お願いします(dareka hyaku juu kyuu ban onegai shimasu)。
---Anyone, please call an ambulance/fire station!
More numbers in Japanese:
Additional Grammar & Phrases
Please write 5 activities that you do and 5 more activities that you normally don't do using the frequency word and "-masu/-masen" structures that we have practiced today. If you don't know how to say certain expressions in Japanese, please use a dictionary to look up the words. Don't be afraid of making mistakes. We will check your answers during the next lesson. Good luck!
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