Japanese Phrases & Conversation

Learn basic Japanese conversation and phrases which are used in everyday situations.
We presented dialogues of conversation and example sentences as well as basic Japanese grammar and sentence structures in three scripts, Romaji, Hiragana Katakana and Kanji.
All conversations and example sentences are voice-recorded.

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A Sentence of the Day

For Upper Beginners and Intermediate learners

My smartphone's battery is running out.

2017/November/16

First steps towards carrying on a Japanese conversation

Lesson 1Pleased to See You

Introduction

I'm Lucy.

I'm a student.

Lesson 2What is It?

This is a mobile phone.

That is a hospital.

May I see it?

Lesson 3Where is It?

Where do you live?

Where is Tokyo Department Store?

The bank is next to the station.

Lesson 4What time?

Excuse me. What time is it now?

What time do Japanese banks open?

What time will the meeting start?

Lesson 5Go and Return

Where are you going for the weekend?

How do you go there?

what time do you get back home?

TopicShot

Topic 1At the restaurant

May I have (a cup of) coffee, please.

Do you have iced tea?

Is there a table available for five people?

Topic 2Taxi

Haneda Airport, please.

Telling a taxi driver a destination

Giving a taxi driver instructions

Topic 3Inviting friends and colleagues to events

Inviting someone to have lunch or dinner together

Inviting someone to see a movie together

Topic 4Making an appointment

Booking a restaurant, making a hairdressing appointment etc.

Making the next appointment at the dentist

Topic 5Expressions used for telephone conversation

Making a call

Answering a call

Leaving a message

Main learning materials for Japanese Conversation

Building Up Conversation(Sample)

Level 1 : 20 Chapters

Level 2 : 20 Chapters

Level 3 : 20 Chapters

Japanese@Once(Sample)

Part 1 - Everyday Conversation : 40 Chapters

Part 2 - Words & Phrases by Category : 40 Chapters

Part 3 - Grammar Focus : 45 Chapters

Japanese Phrases

Handy Japanese Phrases 200

For Beginner

See you tomorrow.

I'm sorry to be late.

Does this train go to Yokohama?

Common Expressions & Sentences patterns

For Upper Beginners and Intermediate learners

I hope it's sunny tomorrow.

Latest : 2017/October/29

as soon as possible, as soon as one can

on my way to

be made of

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