Study Japanese from the Weather forecast

Tenki Yohoo

Weather forecast - Tokyo

Upper Basic level

Study practical Japanese through the weather forecast written in
easy-to-understand Japanese.
Please practice the basic terms first.

2018/July/16 - 2018/July/22

Tenkizu

16-nichi no getsu-yoobi wa "Umi no Hi" de, shukujitsu desu.
Umi no Hi wa Hare nochi Kumori.
Ame wa furimasen.
Sonogo mo ii tenki ga tsuzukimasu.

Senshuu kara zenkoku-teki ni atsui hi ga tsuzuite imasu.
Nishi-Nihon no Goo'U no hisai-chi mo Mooretsu na atsusa ni natte imasu.
15-nichi, hisai-chi no hitotsu Kyoto de wa 38.8-do o kiroku shita soo desu.

Hisai-chi de wa takusan no hito ga saigai no ato-katazuke o shite imasu.
Mooretsu na atsusa no naka taihen desu.
Minasan Necchuu-shoo ni ki o tsukete kudasai.

Practice Each Sentence

1. 16-nichi no getsu-yoobi wa "Umi no Hi" de, shukujitsu desu.

juuroku-nichi 16th. of the month, getsu-yoobi Monday
umi no hi Marine day, umi sea, ocean, hi day, -de a conjunction "and"
shukujitsu national holiday, public holiday

2. Umi no Hi wa Hare nochi Kumori.

umi no hi Marine day
hare fine weather, sunny, nochi later, after, kumori cloudy weather

3. Ame wa furimasen.

ame ga furimasu to rain, ame rain, furimasu to fall (rain, snow)

4. Sonogo mo ii tenki ga tsuzukimasu.

sonogo after that, -mo also, too
ii tenki nice weather, fine day, beautiful day, ii good, nice, fine, tenki weather
tsuzukimasu to continue

5. Senshuu kara zenkoku-teki ni atsui hi ga tsuzuite imasu.

senshuu last week, -kara from
zenkoku-teki ni nationwide, countrywide, nationally
atsui hot, hi day
tsuzuite te form of tsuzukimasu; continue, -te imasu expressing progressive or state

6. Nishi-Nihon no Goo'U no hisai-chi mo Mooretsu na atsusa ni natte imasu.

Nishi-Nihon Western Japan, nishi West
goo'u heavy rain, torrential rain, hisai-chi disaster-affected area, -mo also, too
mooretsu na atsusa extremely hot (weather), sweltering hot, intense heat, scorching heat
mooretsu [na] violent, fierce, intense, very powerful, very strong, atsusa heat
natte te form of narimasu; become, come to, -te imasu expressing progressive or state

7. 15-nichi, hisai-chi no hitotsu Kyoto de wa 38.8-do o kiroku shita soo desu.

juugo-nichi 15th. of the month, hisai-chi disaster-affected area, -no hitotsu one of
Kyoto place name, -de place marker; in, at
sanjuu-hatten-hachi / sanjuu-hachi-ten-hachi 38.8
-do degrees (celsius), kiroku [sv] record, mark, -soo desu reported information; I heard, he/they said

8. Hisai-chi de wa takusan no hito ga saigai no ato-katazuke o shite imasu.

hisai-chi disaster-affected area, -de place marker; in, at
takusan many, a lot of, hito person, people
saigai disaster, ato-katazuke clear up, put (things) back, -te imasu expressing progressive or state

9. Mooretsu na atsusa no naka taihen desu.

mooretsu na atsusa extremely hot (weather), sweltering hot, intense heat, scorching heat
mooretsu [na] violent, fierce, intense, atsusa heat
-no naka in, under (environmen, condition), taihen [na] hard, difficult, tough

10. Minasan Necchuu-shoo ni ki o tsukete kudasai.

minasan everyone, you, necchuu-shoo heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat attack
ki o tsukete kudasai please be careful, pay attention, -te kudasai Please do

Functional patterns used in the sentences (Chapter numbers are from Building Up Conversation)

atsui hi ga tsuzuite imasu / mooretsu na atsusa ni natte imasu / atokatazuke o shite imasu
verb te form + -te imasu:expressing the progressive, a state of being or a habitual action

Level 2 Chapter 4

mooretsu na atsusa ni natte imasu
-ku narimasu / -ni narimasu:become, come to

Level 2 Chapter 9

38.8-do o kiroku shita soo desu
plain form + soo desu:reported information; I heard, he/they said

Level 2 Chapter 11

ki o tsukete kudasai
verb te form + -te kudasai:please do

Level 2 Chapter 5

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