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9. Absolute Beginner #9 - Saying You Like (or Don't Like) Something in Japanese


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Posting in Japanese? Leave a translation. It's good practice and helps others.

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Practice making your own sentences here, and let us know if you have any questions! :)

 

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Marc
こんにちは。
Your sentences are perfect. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
However, I have one suggestion, the sentence order
The order below is better if your writing is a message to everyone you mentioned.
こんばんは皆さん。
元気ですか?
犬が大好きです。
:smile:
Yuki 由紀
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こんばんは皆さん。
犬が大好きです。
元気ですか?

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can you give me free basic subscription please

avatar David

Could you all so use, watashi wa nikku ga suki de wa arimasen? If not why and what is this saying?

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demo… watashi wa nikku ga suki desu…

avatar Andy

What the difference between 私は犬が飼っています and 私は犬がいます?
And sometimes translator shows 私は犬を飼っている, does it casual variant? And why here is an を particle?

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Aidan
こんにちは。
はい、わかりました。 :smile:
Yuki 由紀
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私は犬が好きです! :thumbsup: :smiling_imp:

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ジェームズさん、
こんにちは。
Yes; that’s perfect. :smile: :thumbsup:
When you say 嫌い, it’s stronger than 好きじゃない, and 好きじゃない would
sound softer. So, you’ve got it right.

Natsuko (奈津子),
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