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Multiple Verbs

Postby Trinitywarrior1 » May 7th, 2015 5:40 am

Hello everyone. 皆さま、こんにちは。

元気ですか。How are you? 僕は元気です。I am good. Today I learned about listing multiple verbs using the て form and, again wanted to run it by everyone to see if I am right.

明日十一時に日本語で話して漢字を書いてお茶を飲んで日本の音楽を聞く。 Tomorrow at 11 I will speak in Japanese, write kanji, drink tea, and listen to Japanese music.
母は昼ご飯をt作ってケーキを焼いたことのに疲れた。 My Mom made lunch and baked a cake, therefore she is tired.
家を出る前電気を消す。Before I will leave the house I turn off the lights.
僕は小説を読んで書いた後今練る。After reading the novel and writing now I will sleep.
図書館に行ってから仕事に帰った。I came to work after going to the library.
今夜日本のお茶を作りながら勉強します。Tonight I am making tea, and studying.

Thank you very much everyone. Also how do you say "Hello from America." I think it is アメリカからこんにちは。 , but I am not sure.

よろしくお願いします。Thanks in advance. じゃ、また。 Later.

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Re: Multiple Verbs

Postby cgillum » May 24th, 2015 7:29 am

母は昼ご飯をt作ってケーキを焼いたことのに疲れた


こんにちは!Did you mean to say ケーキを焼いたことの疲れた? のに means "even though" or "in spite of" which doesn't quite match your translation.

HTH!

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Re: Multiple Verbs

Postby Trinitywarrior1 » May 25th, 2015 1:42 am

Yes, I did mean to say that. My bad.

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Re: Multiple Verbs

Postby community.japanese » May 28th, 2015 6:30 pm

Trinitywarrior1 san,
Konnichiwa.
You tried hard to make Japanese sentences.
Great!
十一時に日本語で話して漢字を書いてお茶を飲んで日本の音楽を聞く。Correct!

母は昼ご飯をt作ってケーキを焼いたことのに疲れた。
My Mom made lunch and baked a cake, therefore she is tired.
Well…I think 母は昼ご飯を作ってケーキを焼いたので疲れた. 

家を出る前電気を消す。Correct!

僕は小説を読んで書いてから sounds more natural.
今練る。The kanji neru must 寝る.

図書館に行ってから仕事に帰った。I came to work after going to the library.
Come means 来る.
帰る means ‘return’ or ‘come back’…
So 来た?

今夜日本のお茶を作りながら勉強します。Tonight I am making tea, and studying.
We don’t use 作る for tea.
今夜日本のお茶を入れながら勉強します is correct.

cgillum san,
Thank you for the help.
:D
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Re: Multiple Verbs

Postby Trinitywarrior1 » May 30th, 2015 8:11 am

どうもありがとうございます。

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Re: Multiple Verbs

Postby community.japanese » June 10th, 2015 11:20 am

Trinitywarrior1 さん、
どういたしまして。
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask us.
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Re: Multiple Verbs

Postby shinkanshen07_508602 » October 24th, 2015 6:01 pm

Thak you for posting it

Because i have one lesson which can't translate to japanese, please contact with me to help me
my email:

thank



Trinitywarrior1 wrote:Hello everyone. 皆さま、こんにちは。

元気ですか。How are you? 僕は元気です。I am good. Today I learned about listing multiple verbs using the て form and, again wanted to run it by everyone to see if I am right.

明日十一時に日本語で話して漢字を書いてお茶を飲んで日本の音楽を聞く。 Tomorrow at 11 I will speak in Japanese, write kanji, drink tea, and listen to Japanese music.
母は昼ご飯をt作ってケーキを焼いたことのに疲れた。 My Mom made lunch and baked a cake, therefore she is tired.
家を出る前電気を消す。Before I will leave the house I turn off the lights.
僕は小説を読んで書いた後今練る。After reading the novel and writing now I will sleep.
図書館に行ってから仕事に帰った。I came to work after going to the library.
今夜日本のお茶を作りながら勉強します。Tonight I am making tea, and studying.

Thank you very much everyone. Also how do you say "Hello from America." I think it is アメリカからこんにちは。 , but I am not sure.

よろしくお願いします。Thanks in advance. じゃ、また。 Later.

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Re: Multiple Verbs

Postby community.japanese » October 25th, 2015 12:06 pm

 さん、
konnichiwa. :)
Well…which lesson didn’t you understand?
You can post your questions through the lesson.
You quoted Trinitywarrior1’s sentences.
Do you have any questions about that, too?
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