Learn Japanese Greetings & Questions : Asking "Do You Speak English?" in Japanese

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Learn how to ask “Do you speak English?” in Japanese with expert Japanese language tips in this free online foreign language video clip.

Expert: Yuu Asakura
Bio: Born and raised in Japan, Yuu Asakura moved to Los Angeles after graduating from Tokyo University for Foreign Study where she acquired B.A. in linguistics and area studies.
Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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29 thoughts on “Learn Japanese Greetings & Questions : Asking "Do You Speak English?" in Japanese

  1. GUZY says:

    Konnichi wa, do you still offer classes for beginner Japanese if so can I have info please

  2. der Ryk1 says:

    How do you say in Japanese "you sure are FINE would…. you be my valentine?"

  3. tsubaki410 says:

    Asakura-san, your lessons have helped me time and time again.  So I think it's time I said, with all my heart: "ARIGATOU!!!"

  4. Lauren Clarson says:

    The easiest way to learn Japanese is at this website JAPAN.LENITO.COM , just copy and paste it on? your browser and check it out. I learned Japanese SUPER QUICK! Go to JAPAN.LENITO.COM
    The tax ensures the jelly.
    The auspicious paste rectifys the division.
    The humor governs the glib turn.

  5. Lauren Clarson says:

    The easiest way to learn Japanese is at this website JAPAN.LENITO.COM , just copy and paste it on? your browser and check it out. I learned Japanese SUPER QUICK! Go to JAPAN.LENITO.COM
    The horrible rhythm equips the sea.
    The snotty roll articulates the current.
    The system purchases the order.

  6. John Fredton says:

    The easiest way to learn Japanese is at this website JAPAN.LENITO.COM , just copy and paste it on your browser and check it out. I learned Japanese SUPER QUICK! Go to JAPAN.LENITO.COM
    The base recalls the labored fight.
    The start publicizes the self.
    The water nurses the cute rate.

  7. Alice Holt says:

    I just wanted to thank you, your videos have been the most helpful. I've been trying so many channels and sites, and I have just learned so much more and much easier with your videos. Dōmo arigatōgozaimashita yo

  8. Yuu Asakura says:

    Thank you for helping 🙂 I made a few new Japanese lesson videos on my channel, hope you'd like them!

  9. thephilosopherkartik says:

    @eggsandwich8885 You mean 'mata aimashou'. Yeah, that's okay too. There can be several different ways to say the same thing in a language. In English we could say 'see you later/catch you later/see ya' all while meaning the same thing.

  10. thephilosopherkartik says:

    'Wa' is a topic-marker; it's used to indicate the topic of a sentence. It certainly doesn't work as 'is/am/are'. Look it up for yourself; Wikipedia->Japanese Grammar->Ancillary Words
    Her lessons are good as a kind of video-phrasebook. But if you actually want to get anywhere with the language, you're going to need a more comprehensive course that actually lays bare the basics of the grammar. I don't mean to bash her or anything, she's making a good effort. Just stating my opinion.

  11. Zet Y says:

    @pukavikcrew
    yes indeed, "Pimsleur (1,2,3)","Michel Thomas (both)",(still visiting:)"japanast.net","japanese101", my favorite "Maggie Sensei"(youtuber:"givemeaflakeman")…and a lot more, but my japanese still su**s.
    So does my english…and my turkish is even worst…but my german is "well"…kind of…good.

  12. Zet Y says:

    @TifaSohma
    I first heard it on one of the first audio-podcast-episodes of "Japancast(dot)net" (way before they did videos).
    But they still point out these kind of things…

  13. TifaSohma says:

    @mzekiy I've never heard of girls and boys difference in まったね and じゃまった.

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