かべ

今日のことばはかべ。

かべが大切なことばけど今日の前にしってません。

かべがほとんどどこにでも。日本でかべがすごくうすい。
きょねんのふゆ私は日本にいた。私は賢とうちに出るときヒータをけしました。帰りの後で家がとでもさむかった。
カナダに私はマンションに住んでいるだから私の家はいつもあつい。ふゆとなつにあつくなります。
にほんの夏はカナダのなつよりむしあついです。夏で日本のうすいかべは大丈夫。
このことはおもしろいの違い。違うの国違うのかべ。

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Today’s word is kabe(wall).

Wall is an important word but I didn’t know it before today.

Walls are almost everywhere. In Japan wall are very thin.
Last winter I was in Japan. When Ken and I left the house we turned off the heater. After we returned home the house was very cold.
In Canada I live in an apartment so my house is usually hot. In winter and summer it is hot.
Japan’s summer is more humid than Canada’s summer. In Summer Japan’s thin walls are alright.
This differences are very interesting. Different countries, different walls.

Vてーおきます

今日の文はVてーおきますを使います。6つの文を書きます。

日本に行くまでにおみやげを買っておきます。

くつをぬいだら、クローゼットにおいておいてください。

明後日コンサートがありますから、ステージこのままにしておいてください。

しごとに行く前に昼ごはんを作っておきます。

友達の家によったら、電話をかけておいてください。

今日は水がないから、あまり水を使ってないおいてください。

*間違えがあったら、教えてください。おねがいします。

読んでくれてありがとうございます。
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Today’s sentence will use te okimasu. I will write 6sentences

I’ll buy souvenirs before going to Japan.

When you take of your shoes please put them in the closet.

There is a concert tomorrow so please leave the stage as it is.

I’ll make lunch before going to work.

If you are going to drop by you friend house call first.

Today there was no water so please use very little water

 

 

 

家ぐ

今日のことばが家ぐ。

日本とカナダの家ぐはいつも同じけど日本で面白いのテーブルがあります。テーブルはこたつと呼んだ。この家ぐの下にヒーターがあります。このテーブルの上にブランケットがあるだからふゆに人はあたたかくなります。カナダでテーブルとヒータはべつべつ。

ふとんも日本とカナダがあります。この家ぐは日本から来ました。二つ国でこの家ぐがとででも違えます。日本でふとんはフロアにおきますがカナダでカウチの中に入ります。

それに日本とカナダが同じ家ぐけど使う仕方。

*間違えがあったら、教えてください。

おねがいします。

読んでくれてありがとうございます。
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Today’s word is furniture.

Japan and Canada’s furniture is usually the same but in Japan there is an interesting table. The table is called a kotatsu. Under the piece if furniture is a heater. On top of this table is a blanket therefore people can be warm in the winter. In Canada tables and heaters are separate.

There are also futons in Canada and Japan. This furniture come from Japan. This type of furniture are very different in the two countries. In Japan the futon is put on the floor but in Canada it is put inside a couch.

Therefore Japan and Canada have the same furniture but used in different ways.

PlaceへVます・Nに行きます/来ます/帰ります

今日はPlaceへVます・Nに行きます/来ます/帰りますと文を書きます。5つの文を書きます。

スーパーへ食品を買いに行きます。

家へしゅくだいをえりに帰ります。

クラスへテストをやりに来ました。

こうえんへうんどうしに行きます。

イェローナイフヘオーロラを見に来ました。

いつも場所に行って何をしますか?

*間違えがあったら、教えてください。

お願いします。

読んでくれてありがとうございます。

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Today I will write sentence with place he vmasu ni ikimasu/kimasu/kaerimasu. I will write 4 sentences.
I went to the supermarket to buy food.

I returned home to get my homework.

I went to the park to exercise.

I came to Yellowknife to see Aurora.

Usually what places do you go to do things?
 

 

きたいする

今日のことばはきたいする。

最近はヤングアダルトは大学を入ることをきたいされます。けとだくさんヤングアダルトはせんもんぶんやのしごとをえられない。日本に大学を入れば、高校にたいへんなさまつしけんを書かなければなりません。高校のさまつしけんをパスすれば、大学がかんたん。カナダに大学がすごくむずかしい。いっぱいテストもあるし、たくさんプロジェクトもするし、それにたいへんになりました。

4年後でいい仕事がありきたいしなければなりません。このきたいはよくない。今いっぱい国にあまり新しいしごとがない。じだいは違うけど、きたいはおなじ。

皆さん、人から何のきたいする?自分にどんなきらいがありまか?

*間違えがあったら、教えてください。

おねがいします。

読んでくれてありがとう誤差います。

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Today’s word is kitaisuru.

Recently young adults are expected to go to university. But many young adults can’t get a job in their field. If you want to enter university in Japan you must write a very difficult test in high school. If you pass the high school test university is easy. In Canada university is difficult. There are many test, projects so it become difficult.

After 4 years of university you are expected to have a good job. This expectation is not good. Now in many countries there are very few new jobs. The times have changed but the expectations are the same.

What do people expect of you? What expectations do you have for yourself?

My first time in Japan (Part 1)

Hello!

So today I decided to write this post in English to change it up a bit.

I am going to talk about my first time in Japan. All of my life I had dream of going backpacking in Europe. Eating paella in Spain, seeing the Eiffel Tower in France, the leaning tower of Pisa and beautiful beach front houses in Greece. That plan quickly changed after my boyfriend had to go back to Japan suddenly. With the quick departure back to his home country and no real chance to say goodbye I decided to go see him in Japan.

The flight was the first one I have taken by myself. I bought my ticket and was off to Chicago for my first layover. Since Ken had to leave so suddenly I had to bring his things back to Japan. So there I was, with three suitcases trying to make my way through customs at Person Airport. After finally checking in my two suitcases I got on the plane. Now I am not very picky but this was one of the worst planes I have ever been on. The plane was extremely small to the point that one person could barely go through the walkway.

Luckily my connecting flight was with Japan airlines. It was amazing, the food was great and so were the movies and service. After traveling for 16 hours, I arrived in Japan and of course I took pictures of everything around me. The payphone, vending machines and convenience stores. As soon as I got though customs there was Ken with his parents and sister. Of course this was the first time I met them. At that time there was a HUGE language barrier. Although I had tried studying Japanese by myself prior to meeting them, it obviously didn’t work. After the 3 hour ride to Ken’s hometown in Omiya, we were dropped off at the hotel.

My first week in Japan was filled with a lot of interesting adventurous. I ate lots of Japanese food such as sushi, ramen and don katsu. Of course the most interesting of these experience were sushi and ramen. When we got to the ramen restaurant there was a ticket machine outside. In Canada we don’t have anything like this. I was so shocked at the fact that you pay for your food at what looks like a vending machine, get a ticket and then have someone make it for you. It seems like a smart and efficient idea that can be useful in Canada. But sushi was the show stopper. As I was sitting down there were sushi chefs in tall hats putting on an art show in front of me. There was an array of fish, some as simple as sashimi to amazing looking maki. This is nothing like I had ever seen in Canada. Although it was simple, fish and rice was all that was necessary the taste of the fresh fish tasted like it just came straight from the ocean. There was make it yourself green tea. Cup and an box full of match powder. Beside it was your own personal tap that poured boiling hot water to make your tea. It is something that is very hard to replicate outside of Japan.

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Karaoke was a whole different experience in its self. This is the first time I have heard of 飲み放題(のみほうだい)which stands for all you can drink. In Canada you can’t even drink alcohol outside let alone do all you can drink in 2 hours. Of course everyone was completely wasted. The room was filled with almost twenty people doing karaoke. This wasn’t your typical sit down and watch your friends to Karaoke, it was hardcore. There were tambourines, gorilla mask and guys taking off their clothes. In Canada we go out with our friends and have a good time but it’s so different. It seems that in Japan people hang out in really big groups during university. Ken said his friends from university do that every year.

This post is actually starting to get quite long so I think I will do a part 2.

あきる

今日のことばはあきる。

きょ年の夏に私の旅行があきました。きょ年の夏日本に住んでいました。
日本は好きですが、あの時間があきる。友達と遊びましたけど、友達が忙しかった時何もしませんでした。
日本語クラスだけしました。日本語クラスが楽しかったから友達が会えます。でも日本語クラスは二回しか行けません。そして私の日本のクラスの友達も忙しかった。私はダンスクラスをはめましたから私の生活がちょっとあきました。ダンスクラスのカードをなくしてしまいましただからは2回行きましただけ。仕事がないし、お金も作らないし、よくあきました。
今度日本に行ったら、私は楽しみたい。
前に日本に長い時間にいったら、プランが必要になります。

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Today’s word is akiru.

Last summer I got bored of my travels. Last summer I lived in Japan.
I like japan but that like I got bored of it. I hung out with my friends but when my friends were busy I did nothing. I only went to Japanese class. Japanese class was fun because I could meet friends. But I could only go to Japanese class three times a week. And my friends from Japanese class were also busy. I started taking dance class because my life was a little boring. Because I lost my dance class card I could only go twice. I didn’t have a job, I didn’t make any money so I was often bored.
Next time I go Japan I want to enjoy.
Before I go to Japan for a long time it is necessary that I have a plan.