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Hiroko:
We have 24 basic Japanese lessons so far. Do you know how far your Japanese has come? In this lesson, you are going to watch a short skit to review what you learned in this course. In this lesson, やよいさん (yayoisan)and ゆうじさん (yūjisan) are on a blind date. What’s going to happen? Let’s watch and see.
やよい:
10時50分かぁ。。。
ゆうじ:
すみません。やよいさんですか。
やよい:
はい。
ゆうじ:
はじめまして、ゆうじです。よろしくおねがいします。
やよい:
はじめまして。やよいです。よろしくおねがいします。
Hiroko:
In this scene, we reviewed how to introduce yourself. In the next scene, やよいさん (yayoisan)and ゆうじさん (yūjisan)are going to a nice restaurant. We are going to review some useful restaurant expressions.
やよい:
ステーキは、ありますか。
ウェイター:
はい、あります。
やよい:
ステーキ、ください。ゆうじさんは?
ゆうじ:
ステーキは、いくらですか。
ウェイター:
ステーキは、10,000円です。
ゆうじ:
ハンバーグは、いくらですか。
ウェイター:
1,000円です。
ゆうじ:
ハンバーグ、おねがいします。
Hiroko:
How do you think やよい (yayoi)felt? In the next scene, ゆうじ (yūji)is calling やよい (yayoi). We are going to review some useful expressions on the phone, basic Japanese greetings and more.
(Telephone rings)
やよい:
はい、牛島です。(Hai, Ushijima desu.)
ゆうじ:
やよいさんは、いますか。(Yayoi-san wa, imasu ka.)
やよい:
わたしです。(Watashi desu.)
ゆうじ:
ゆうじです。(Yūji desu.)こんにちは。げんきですか。(Konnichiwa. Genki desu ka.)
やよい:
はい、げんきです。 (Hai, genki desu.)
ゆうじ:
9月30日は、やすみですか。(Ku-gatsu san-jū-nichi wa, yasumi desu ka.)
やよい:
はい。(Hai.)
ゆうじ:
デートしてください。(Dēto shite kudasai.)
やよい:
ごめんなさい!(Gomen'nasai.)
Hiroko:
Can you understand the real meaning of this ごめんなさい? (Gomen'nasai?)poor ゆうじ (Yūji). If there are any phrases or expressions that you don’t know, please be sure to check out the previous lessons of the series. Thank you for watching ありがとうございました。 (Arigatō gozaimashita.).

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みなさん!

In this video, the last of the Basic Japanese series, we have a longer-than-normal skit that uses a lot of what we have learned in previous videos! Please enjoy ❤️️

Savannah Johnston
November 15th, 2017 at 1:08 pm
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Jeez, if Yayoi refuses a second date just because he won’t spend ~$100 on his own meal, I don’t think she’s worth a second date in the first place!

September 17th, 2017 at 8:21 pm
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Thank you very much for your message! We’re glad you’re studying Japanese with us.

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AhmedUmer
September 17th, 2017 at 8:59 am
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very helpful series even though I keep forgetting my past lessons, I will keep on revising them to become better at them. My basic Japanese so far is bad because I keep on forgetting sentences ( especially the ones having numbers ). But the only thing now I have is to make my self-fluent at all of these sentences thought to me during these lessons and then move on to other lessons. By the way, i did understand some sentences in the video. The others either take a long time to be recalled or i just forgot them. I really appreciate Ms. Hiroko and japanesespod 101 for these informative beginner guides. Very helpful indeed. My journey here was very nice and I think one of the best thanks to your teaching methods. 😁

September 11th, 2017 at 8:43 pm
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Hi Joaquim,

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Joaquim
September 11th, 2017 at 7:11 pm
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RIP Yuji-san (⌣́_⌣̀)

July 16th, 2017 at 10:07 pm
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Hi ダヴィト

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ダヴィト
July 16th, 2017 at 7:05 am
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Thank you for this lesson!! 😊😊
(I think that Yayoi is a gold digger 😂😂)

April 25th, 2017 at 2:46 am
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Bruno さん、
こんにちは。

Thank you for your message.

Indeed もしもし (moshi moshi) is used a lot when on phone calls 😉

If you’d like to check out more details about this expression, please access our lesson
“19. Moshi, Moshi! You got a Call!!”
https://www.japanesepod101.com/2006/01/13/beginner-lesson-19-moshi-moshi-you-got-a-call/
(please check out the lesson notes pdf for a detailed explanation).

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Bruno
April 25th, 2017 at 1:58 am
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and もしもし ?😁

April 6th, 2017 at 11:23 pm
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Connorさん、
こんにちは。

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