Thanks everybody who responded on my last post about Japanese learning! I’m very glad to hear a many of you are interested. 🙂
As a native Japanese speaker, I’d love to contribute. Learning language shouldn’t be like a brain hurting thing, it should be casual and simple (at least for the very beginning.)
So, here I am making another cartoon. It’s a story of from yesterday.
I picked Z up from kindergarten. At he showed me his knees…both got small scratches. I wanted to know what happened to him.
He described why he got them… I totally understood!
Let’s see how he explained. 🙂 Here we go!
Note: ICHI NI ICHI NI – Japanese count, one-two, one-two. I often say that when I am pushing a stroller or doing a power walk.
Do you get it?
Z was playing with a ball, he was chasing it. Then he fell. That’s how he got scratches.
You don’t need to know a lot of words, but you can still communicate!
You just need to use some gestures and “sound effect” and connect word – to – word.
Hope it will inspire someone learning Nihongo – or other language!