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ohayo~ how can I download these key phrases?
😎 THANK YOU VERY MUCH IT4S VERY HELPFULL ARIGATO GOZAIMASU
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As for your age, “~ years old” is translated “~さい(sai)”. For example;
わたしは15さいです。(Watashi wa jū-go-sai desu.) =I am 15 years old.
Don’t worry! “boku” means “I” and it is used by males normally. You can use it instead of “watashi”.
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very helpful ありがとう。:)
Please do not read the current message I have posted onto the vocabulary phrase wall, it was just a false alarm sorry. Although I don’t want anyone to respond to the old post, I am still fairly curious as to why ‘watashi’ has been used instead of ‘boku’. Once again. 皆皆様 ごめんなさい 🙇。
So, the 12th phrase which says ‘わたしわのなまえピーターです。’ In translation which means ‘My name is Peter’. Why is ‘watashi’ used instead of ‘boku’? Is this because the word watashi is a more polite way to be used in this situation or was it just a typo?
I would add other introduction sentences such as
I am .. old/ my age etc
I work as/in .., or I am a teacher/nurse/mechanic etc
I have been learning Japanese for a while now and these basic conversations are the most hard for me to remember 😅
I will be waiting for the sentences！！
> Rose Sun さん、
I’m very very sorry for the super late reply! 😞
申します（もうします） is a very polite and humble way when you’re introducing yourself.
Hope this helps!😇
> Matt Miller san,
Did you not enjoy the lesson? 😮