Please don't use them.
Anna is attending Professor Suzuki’s Japanese class. He explains about an exam on next week.
| Now, today's lesson is up to this point.
I'll give you a quiz on Monday next week.
|Teacher|| HAI, KYÔ WA KOKO MADE DESU.
RAISHÛ NO GETSUYÔBI NI SHIKEN O SHIMASU.
Now, today's lesson is up to this point. I'll give you a quiz on Monday next week.
|アンナ||先生、辞書を使ってもいいですか。|| Teacher, can we use dictionaries?
|Anna|| SENSEI, JISHO O TSUKATTE MO II DESU KA.
Teacher, can we use dictionaries?
|先生||いいえ、だめです。使わないでください。|| No, you cannot. Please don't use them.
|Teacher|| IIE, DAME DESU. TSUKAWANAIDE KUDASAI.
No, you cannot. Please don't use them.
Words to indicate time points
Let’s learn how to say words to indicate time points.
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NAI-form verb + DE KUDASAI
When you want to tell others what they are not allowed to do, you combine the NAI-form of verbs and DE KUDASAI, and say NAI DE KUDASAI (Please don't do it).
Japanese is a language with lots of onomatopoeia. A wide range of onomatopoeia in the Japanese language, from noises made by animals to expressions of feelings, is explained by audio.
Next week, we'll have a short test. We can't use ballpoint pens in a test. We are told to use pencils and erasers. I've got to get them ready.