Anna comes home to her dormitory, bringing Sakura with her. The dorm mother comes out to greet them.
|寮母||あなたも留学生ですか。||Are you an international student, too?
|Dorm Mother||ANATA MO RYÛGAKUSEI DESU KA.
Are you an international student, too?
|No, I'm not an international student.
I'm a Japanese student.
|Sakura||IIE, WATASHI WA RYÛGAKUSEI DEWA ARIMASEN.
NIHON-JIN NO GAKUSEI DESU.
No, I'm not an international student. I'm a Japanese student.
DESU is a polite word that ends a sentence.
e.g.) HAI, WATASHI WA NIHON-JIN DESU. (Yes, I'm a Japanese.)
DEWA ARIMASEN is the negative form of DESU.
e.g.) IIE, WATASHI WA NIHON-JIN DEWA ARIMASEN. (No, I'm not a Japanese.)
To learn more, please read "Teach Us, Teacher".
Teach Us, Teacher
How to make negative sentences
Let me explain this with a sentence, "I am a Japanese."
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.
When Sakura-san entered the dorm and took her shoes off, she turned them around and placed them neatly at the entrance hall. I will do that when I visit somebody's home next time!