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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! You never thought just saying, “Hello,” just introducing yourself, would be cause for such nervousness. But now you have to do it in Japanese, and you’re still anxious about it even though you’ve been practicing your Japanese all day long. You have gone over what you might say to her in Japanese all day long in your head…, “Hello. Speaking of being hungry…would you like to have dinner with me?” That’s it; work the charm. Why does she make you so nervous? You’ve met her before, but it was in a group. You even greeted her before in Japanese. You clearly remember saying, in Japanese, “Hello, nice to meet you.” You remember the coincidence that your fathers both have the same given name. You remember the twinkle in her eyes when she excitedly told you in Japanese, “That’s my father’s name also!!” So why are you so nervous to meet her alone for a walk in the park? You just keep imagining getting caught up in her overwhelming beauty and saying something stupid in Japanese like, “It’s your eyes…they are so mesmerizing! Or maybe it’s your smile?” She would definitely think you are a stalker! What is it that makes you tongue-tied in every language, including Japanese, at the thought of spending time alone with her? Maybe you’re worried she will think less of you because your Japanese is not perfect. Maybe that’s why you’ve been practicing all day long. Yes, it’s the eyes.
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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com. So, you’ve learned to make simple introductions in Japanese. What happens next? You’re ready to learn to use polite Japanese to tell people about yourself. You’ll also need to know polite Japanese to get to know others. Case in point, what if someone asks about your job, or where you go to school? Would you know how to answer? You get only one chance to make a first impression. Make an impression that lasts by using polite Japanese.
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