Learn Japanese Grammar, Phrase | masenka ませんか | Verb masenka Verb ませんか | #62

Learn Japanese Grammar, Phrase | masenka ませんか | Verb masenka Verb ませんか | #62

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Japanese Grammar - Extending an invitation using 〜ませんか

Japanese Grammar - Extending an invitation using 〜ませんか

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Japanese Language Lesson 16 - Invitations

Japanese Language Lesson 16 - Invitations

Please view previous lessons for additional vocabulary and grammar. This lesson covers making and accepting invitations in Japanese. You can learn with Miyashita sensei three ways to invite someone to different events. Best of luck! http://www.japansociety.org/page/programs/language_center Notes The basic form: Question: change ます to ませんか. Answer: change ます to ましょう. Examples: 映画を見ます。見ませんか?/えいがをみます。みませんか? I will see a movie. Do you want to see? 映画を見ませんか?/えいがをみませんか? Do you want to see a movie? はい、見ましょう。/はい、みましょう。 Yes, let's see it. コンサートに行きます。コンサートに行きませんか?/コンサートにいきます。コンサートにいきませんか? I will go to a concert. Do you want to go to the concert? はい、行きましょう。/はい、いきましょう。 Yes, let's go. 晩ご飯を食べます。晩ご飯を食べませんか?/ばんごはんをたべます。ばんごはんをたべませんか? I will eat dinner. Do you want to eat dinner? はい、食べましょう。/はい、たべましょう。 Yes, let's eat. ドライブをします。ドライブをしませんか? I will go for a drive. Do you want to go for a drive? はい、しましょう。 Yes, let's go. Sensei's secret pyramid of listener's choice: Tier 1— ましょう/Let's... Tier 2— ましょうか?/Shall we... Tier 3— ませんか?/Would you... The listener's freedom to decide whether to accept or to decline the invitation increases from the top tier to the bottom tier. Example: スキーに行きませんか?/スキーにいきませんか? Do you want to go skiing? はい、行きましょう。/はい、いきましょう。 Yes, let's go. どこに行きましょうか?/どこにいきましょうか? Where shall we go? コロラドに行きませんか?/コロラドにいきませんか? Do you want to go to Colorado? [コロラドはどうですか?] [How about Colorado?] いいですね! [That] sounds good! いつ行きましょうか?/いついきましょうか? When shall we go? 来週、行きませんか?/らいしゅう、いきませんか? [Do you] want to go next week? [来週はどうですか?/らいしゅうはどうですか?] [How about next week?] そうしましょう。 Let's do it. / Let's do so. For more information about Japanese language classes at the Japan Society, please visit our website! Also, be sure to check out our other language videos and be sure to subscribe if you enjoy! http://www.japansociety.org/language_center

N5 Grammar - using tai, hoshii, mashouka, masenka

N5 Grammar - using tai, hoshii, mashouka, masenka

Get the Guide: http://courses.jlptbootcamp.com/jlpt-n5-grammar-guide/ In this N5 Grammar video, I go over how to talk about what you want to do, and expressing that you want an object. I'll also talk about how to suggest something or invite someone politely to something. Do know the difference between tai and hoshii or mashouka or masenka? Watch the video to learn more and start practicing this grammar today. Be sure to subscribe for more videos. Republished due to a small typo. Do you know a fellow student that is interested in Japanese? I'm sure he or she would love it if you sent them a link to this video and helped them out.

Beginning Japanese- Sentence Structure- A polite invitation- Masenka

Beginning Japanese- Sentence Structure- A polite invitation- Masenka

Beginning Japanese Sentence Structures- A polite Invitation. Our focus is using "-masenka" to use to make a polite invitation For more Information about private lessons use this link below takelessons.com/profile/rosita-r or call TakeLessons at 619-560-5693

Japanese Grammar - Eliciting and Making Proposals in Japanese using 〜ましょうか and 〜ましょう

Japanese Grammar - Eliciting and Making Proposals in Japanese using 〜ましょうか and 〜ましょう

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【Ben's Mini Japanese Lesson】"~masen ka?" -polite invitations-

【Ben's Mini Japanese Lesson】"~masen ka?" -polite invitations-

How is everyone doing? We started introducing simple and basic Japanese grammar points! Today's grammar point is 「~ませんか?、 ~masen ka?」. This structure is used when you want to politely invite someone to do something with you. Let's take a look at a few examples: Romaji↓ (referring to the verb “ikimasu”) ------------------------------------------------------ 東京に行きませんか? とうきょうにいきませんか? Toukyou ni ikimasen ka? Meaning: Would you like to go to Tokyo with me? Romaji↓ (referring to the verb “tabemasu”) ------------------------------------------------------ タコライスを食べませんか? たこらいすをたべませんか? Tako raisu wo tabemasen ka? Meaning: Would you like to eat taco rice with me? Romaji↓ (referring to the verb “nomimasu”) ------------------------------------------------------ コーヒーを飲みませんか? こーひーをのみませんか? kouhii wo nomimasen ka? Meaning: Would you like to drink coffee with me? Please note that "~masen ka?" implies inviting someone to do something with you!

#37 said in Japanese (と言った vs って言ってた)

#37 said in Japanese (と言った vs って言ってた)

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Uki Uki Japanese Lesson 38 - Asking Someone Out

Uki Uki Japanese Lesson 38 - Asking Someone Out

Uki Uki Japanese Lesson 38 - Asking Someone Out http://www.japansociety.org/ Today we'll learn various ways to invite someone.   Let's say you want to invite your friend, Kaori, to go see a movie this weekend. Most likely, this is how the dialogue will go.  かおりさん、今週末、ダウンタウンでFinding Doryを見ませんか?(Kaori-san, konshuumatsu, dauntaun de Faindingu Doorii wo mimasenka?) あ、いいですね!行きましょう。(A, ii desune! Ikimashou.) いつ頃行きましょうか。(Itsugoro ikimashouka?) そうですね。土曜日の3時ごろはどうですか?(Sou desune. Doyoubi no sanji goro wa dou desuka?) あ、すみません、3時はちょっと...。(A, sumimasen, sanji wa chotto...) じゃあ、6時はどうですか?(Jaa, rokuji wa dou desuka?) いいですね。(Ii desune.) 1. 〜ませんか (...masenka?) Would you like to...?/Do you want to...?/Why don't we...? Ask this to find out if the other person is available or interested in joining you. この近くでコーヒーでも飲みませんか? (Kono chikaku de koohii demo nomimasenka?) Would you like to have coffee or something around here? ちょっと休憩しませんか? (Chotto kyuukei shimasenka?) Why don't we take a quick break? クッキーを焼いたんですけど、食べませんか? (Kukkii o yaitan desu kedo, tabemasenka?) I baked some cookes. Do you want to try some? An affirmative response is いいですね! (Ii desune!) Sounds good! If you have to say no, be sure to do it tactfully and diplomatically so you don't hurt the other person's feeling. Try to sound and look apologetic. ああ、すみません、土曜日はちょっと... (Aa, sumimasen, doyoubi wa chotto...) I'm so sorry, but Saturday is a bit difficult for me. ああ、すみません、3時はちょっと... (Aa, sumimasen, sanji wa chotto...) I'm terribly sorry, but 3pm is going to be rather tough. ああ、すみません、お酒はちょっと... (Aa, sumimasen, osake wa chotto...) I'm sorry, but I'm afraid I can't really drink alcohol. The Japanese sentence are deliberately left incomplete to soften the impact of your negative response.  2. 〜ましょう (...mashou) Let's...! Use this once it's established that you are doing something together. クラスの時間になりましたので、始めましょう。(Kurasu no jikan ni narimashita node, hajimemashou.) It's class time. Let's begin.  あ、田中さんが来ました。では、レストランに入りましょう!(A, Tanaka-san ga kimashita. Dewa, resutoran ni hairimashou!) Oh, here comes Mr. Tanaka. Let's go into the restaurant. この問題は難しいですね。明日、先生に聞きましょう。(Kono mondai wa muzukashii desune. Ashita, sensei ni kikimashou.) This question is difficult. Let's ask our teacher tomorrow. 3. 〜ましょうか (...mashouka) Shall we...? This is typically paired up with quetions words (e.g. what, where, when, who, how, what time, etc.) 何時に会いましょうか。(Nanji ni aimashouka.) What time shall we meet? どの映画館に行きましょうか。(Dono eigakan ni ikimashouka.) Which movie theatre shall we go to? カラオケ、他に誰を呼びましょうか。(Karaoke, hokani dare o yobimashouka.) Who else shall we invite to Karaoke? 4. 〜はどうですか? (How about...?) You can use this with pretty much anything.  カラオケ、来週の火曜日はどうですか?(Karaoke, raishuu no kayoubi wa dou desuka?) As for Karaoke, how about next Tuesday? ゲストスピーカーは、吉田さんはどうですか?(Gesuto supiikaa wa, Yoshida-san wa dou desuka?) For the guest speaker, how about Yoshida-san? デザートは、抹茶アイスクリームはどうですか?(Dezaato wa, maccha aisu kuriimu wa dou desuka?) For the dessert, how about matcha ice cream? Please try out these expressions and invite your friends for fun activities! Hope you enjoyed this video. If you did, please go ahead and subscribe! :) Please feel free to leave us comments below. ------ Visit: http://www.japansociety.org/page/calendar Like: https://www.facebook.com/japansociety Follow: https://twitter.com/japansociety Watch: http://www.youtube.com/user/JapanSocietyNYC Join: http://www.japansociety.org/page/support Teach: http://aboutjapan.japansociety.org/

July 15, 2016 Periscope Japanese Lesson for Level 2: "けれども (keredomo)"

July 15, 2016 Periscope Japanese Lesson for Level 2: "けれども (keredomo)"

けれども = although, but Ke re do mo けれど Ke re do けど Ke do (verb) けれども 聞いた-けれども ki i ta (i-adj) けれども 暑い-けれども a tsu i (noun) だけれども 休み-だけれども ya su mi (na-adj)だけれども ひま-だけれども hi ma 名前を 聞いた-けれども、わすれました。 Namae o kiita-keredomo, wasuremashita. (Although I heard the name, I forgot.) 外は暑い-けれども、ジョギングします。 Soto wa atsui-keredomo, jogging shimasu. (Although it's hot outside, I'll go jogging.) 今日は 休み-だけれども、仕事します。 Kyo wa yasumi-dakeredomo, shigoto shimasu. (Although I'm off today, I will work.) いつも ひま-だけれども、何もしません。 Itsumo hima-dakeredomo, nanimo shimasen. (Although I'm always free, I don't do anything.)

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