Have you ever had an online English teaching lesson and had a hard time sharing basic information, such as your name or your students’ hometown, especially with beginners?
We learned how to introduce ourselves in Japanese briefly last time (kindly visit here)
but there are a little bit more to cover that might be able to help you.
Depending on situations, there can be more than one expression that stands for an English expression/word.
Here, we explain how to choose appropriate words with those icons below.
Formal Expression フォーマルな言い方
Now lets begin!
Pronunciation: watashi ha … ni sunde imasu
“sunde” = live
“imasu” = an expression to conclude a sentence
“doko” = where
if you want to ask “where do you live?” say; “doko ni sunde imasu ka?”
Pronunciation: watashi no shusshin ha … desu
Pronunciation: jimoto ha … desu
“shusshin” = hometown
Pronunciation: watashi ha … sai desu
“…sai” = … years old
“desu” = an expression to conclude a sentence
Pronunciation: watashi ha (seito/shufu) desu
“seito” = student
“shufu” = housewife
“koukou sei” = high school student
“chuugaku sei” = middle school student
“shougaku sei” = elementary school student
Pronunciation: watashi no shigoto ha … desu
“kaisha in” = office worker
“sensei” = teacher
“gakusei” = student (in general)
“koumu in” = public servant
“keisatu kan” = police officer
Pronunciation: oshigoto ha nan desu ka?
Pronunciation: oshigoto ha?
Pronunciation: oshigoto wo oshiete kudasai
Pronunciation: watashi ha kazoku to kurashite imasu
“kurashite” = live
Pronunciation: jiko shoukai shite kudasai
Pronunciation: anata no koto wo oshiete kudasai
“shoukai” = introduction
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