When Anna woke up this morning, she felt weary and had a fever. She is going to hospital by taxi with Dorm Mother.
|寮母||市民病院までお願いします。|| Please take us to Citizens' Hospital.
|Dorm Mother|| SHIMIN BYÔIN MADE ONEGAI SHIMASU.
Please take us to Citizens' Hospital.
|Taxi Driver|| KASHIKOMARIMASHITA.
|寮母||まっすぐ行って、３つ目の信号を左に曲がってください。|| Go straight, and turn to the left at the third signal, please.
|Dorm Mother|| MASSUGU ITTE, MITTSU ME NO SHINGÔ O HIDARI NI MAGATTE
Go straight, and turn to the left at the third signal, please.
You use honorific expression when you are talking with, or referring to, your seniors, superiors, or people you don't know well.
To learn more, please go to "Teach Us, Teacher" page.
Teach Us, Teacher
You use honorific expression when you are talking with, or referring to, your seniors, superiors, teachers, customers, or people you don't know well or at all. Even with the people you usually talk in a casual way, you use honorific speech, when you talk to them on formal occasions such as business meetings. The important point is where you speak.
Hardly standing up / Feeling dizzy
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.
Taxis in Japan have automatic doors. Drivers operate the doors. If you try to open them by yourself, you'll be cautioned. So, let’s be careful.