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  • If youve clicked on this video that means that you have got some interest in learning Japanese or any other language

    この動画を見てるってことは、 日本語、またはその他の言語を学びたいってことだね

  • If not then I don’t know what to say


  • Whether it's for a future trip, for business or just for the love of the language

    将来の旅行の為、仕事の為、 またはただ単に言語オタクか

  • You will definitely encounter some difficulties and today I've listed a few common ones

    ってことで今回は ちょっと難しい表現をまとめてみたよ

  • Let's check it out now!


  • Actually I only have one that took a while to set up..just for this shot

    ちなみにカメラは1台しかないから これやるのにちょっと時間かかった

  • Japanese has so many different levels of politeness

    日本語って同じことでも 表現の仕方がめちゃくちゃあるんだ。

  • It's like one million


  • Depending on the person you talk to, and their age, you will talk with a different level of politeness

    話す相手、相手の年齢などで 表現を変えたりするんだよ

  • Just like in any other language actually


  • Example sentence: « Call me later » -> Ato de denwa shite ne!


  • That’s for friends, family, your dog..


  • Could you call me later? Ato de denwa kuremasen ka?


  • Basic level Japanese


  • I wonder if you could call me later? Nochi hodo o denwa itadakemasen deshou ka


  • Now we are entering the realm of the Business level Japanese


  • I would really appreciate it if you could call me later.


  • Nochi hodo o denwa itadakemasu to saiwai desu.


  • Politeness Overload

    こういう表現は中々覚えるの難しいけど でも、日本の会社で働いてたらすぐ覚えられるよ

  • All these different levels with their unique vocabulary can be kinda difficult to learn, but if you are working in a Japanese company youll get it pretty quickly!


  • The second one, and the one that almost made me want to stop learning Japanese is the passive and active voice.

    日本語習い始めて3ヶ月くらいだと 「これはペンです」みたいな簡単な表現を知ってるだけだ

  • Just imagine the situation, it's been like 3 months you just started learning the language, you know how to say "this is a pen"


  • And then suddenly out of nowhere


  • You start being attacked by all these phrases like


  • "The pies would always be made by my mother"


  • And you're like:

    日本語は受動態になると、 めっちゃくちゃ表現が難しくなるんだ

  • Oh my gooooooooooood


  • Because in Japanese when you conjugate a verb in the passive form the verb it's starts to get really long and difficult to pronounce


  • For example with the sentence:


  • I eat bread - Watashi wa pan o taberu


  • The bread is eaten by me - Pan wa watashi ni taberareru

    他にもあるけど、今はやめとこう。 「食べさせる」とか「食べさせられる」とか

  • Taberareru, taberareru, taberareru


  • And let's not talk about all the forms that come after that.... tabesaseru, tabesaserareru

    300万もの漢字があって、 読み書きを学ばないといけない。

  • The third and most common problem people encounter when learning Japanese is of course the Kanji


  • There's like 3 million of them and you need to learn how to read and write them

    個人的なアドバイスは たくさん読むことだね

  • I'm gonna be honest though there's not like one simple method do it and you become perfect in kanji

    子供が読むような本を読むといいよ。 となりのトトロとかハリーポッターとか。

  • Personally for me, kanji...the biggest tip I could give you is to read a lot!


  • I would pick up like children books like Totoro or even like, Harry Potter


  • and basically every time I encounter a Kanji that I'd never seen before or that I couldn't read

    でもめっちゃ大変なんだ。 2ページ読むのに30分くらいかかる

  • I would stop and check out in the dictionary what the meaning was

    でも、その努力の甲斐あって 結構スピードがあがってきた

  • This was very very painful technique because it took me like 30 minutes to read two pages


  • Although thanks to that, I picked up a lot of speed


  • and now I can read more mature books like this one

    みんなが言語を学ぶときに苦労したことあったら コメントで教えて。

  • That's it for today guys!


  • Tell me in the comments below, what's the most difficult thing you've encountered when learning Japanese?


  • For my Japanese viewers what is the most difficult thing about learning English or any other language?

    日本人で英語を学びたい人は ぜひVoiceTubeをチェックしてみて ビジネス英語も学べるよ!

  • I'm gonna list a few apps and websites that I used to learn Japanese


  • And if you're Japanese and looking to study English then check out the website VoiceTube where you can actually practice Business Level English

  • See you guys in the next video! Bye bye!!

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