旅(たび)する日本語(にほんご)その2:電車(でんしゃ)Travel Japan

今日の旅する日本語(きょう の たびする にほんご)

Today's travel Japanese:

【この 電車(でんしゃ)は、急行(きゅうこう)ですか? 各駅停車(かくえきていしゃ)ですか?】

Is this an express or a local train?

みなさん、こんにちは!
みきこです。

日本を旅したい人も、日本語を勉強している人も、
にほん を たび したい ひとも、 にほんご を べんきょう している ひと も、
Whether you want to travel Japan or to study the language,

一緒に旅英語を勉強しましょう!
いっしょ に たび えいご を べんきょう しましょう!
Let's learn travel Japanese together!

急行(きゅうこう)列車(れっしゃ)

急行列車は、一部(いちぶ)の駅(えき)に停まらない(とまらない)で目的地(もくてきち)へ
早く(はやく)向かいます(むかいます)。
The express trains do not stop at certain stations and travel quickly to destinations.

各駅停車(かくえきていしゃ)

各駅停車は、英語でlocal train。個々(ここ)の駅(えき)に停まり(とまり)ます。
Local trains stop at each station.

日本(にほん)を電車(でんしゃ)で旅(たび)すると、必ず(かならず)出会う(であう)日本語(にほんご)です。
You will definitely encounter these two words when you travel Japan through trains.

私(わたし)は、急行(きゅうこう)よりも、新幹線(しんかんせん)が好きです(すきです)。もちろん!
Of course I like the bullet trains (Shinkansen) better than the express trains!






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Hi! I'm Mikiko. こんにちは!わたしはみきこです。I was born and raised in Nagano Japan. You might know Nagano from the Winter Olympics or from the snow monkeys bathing in a hot spring. I teach both Japanese and English in Japan. I teach English at Japanese Universities and companies. I have taught Japanese for several years now. I have also created online Travel Japanese course for those who would like to travel Japan. I have taught beginners, intermediates and advanced students and I always enjoy teaching. I love to travel. I love to eat. I love learning new skills. I’m easy going and friendly. I can help you with: Pronunciation, vocabulary, Japanese slang, commonly used expressions, hiragana, katakana, kanji, conversational Japanese, travel Japanese and so on. Looking forward to talking to you! お会いできるのを楽しみにしています。 **Please note if you wish to cancel or reschedule a lesson, please notify at least 8 hours before the lesson starts. If you want to reschedule, please e-mail me and we can rearrange the date and time. Please also understand if you cancel the lesson less than 8 hours before you will be charged 50% of the lesson fee. If you are late for a lesson by 15 minutes or more, the lesson will be cancelled, and you will be fully charged. Please let me know if you are late for the lesson before it starts. Thank you for your understanding.
Flag
Japonais
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Japonais
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Anglais
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Hi! I'm Mikiko. こんにちは!わたしはみきこです。I was born and raised in Nagano Japan. You might know Nagano from the Winter Olympics or from the snow monkeys bathing in a hot spring. I teach both Japanese and English in Japan. I teach English at Japanese Universities and companies. I have taught Japanese for several years now. I have also created online Travel Japanese course for those who would like to travel Japan. I have taught beginners, intermediates and advanced students and I always enjoy teaching. I love to travel. I love to eat. I love learning new skills. I’m easy going and friendly. I can help you with: Pronunciation, vocabulary, Japanese slang, commonly used expressions, hiragana, katakana, kanji, conversational Japanese, travel Japanese and so on. Looking forward to talking to you! お会いできるのを楽しみにしています。 **Please note if you wish to cancel or reschedule a lesson, please notify at least 8 hours before the lesson starts. If you want to reschedule, please e-mail me and we can rearrange the date and time. Please also understand if you cancel the lesson less than 8 hours before you will be charged 50% of the lesson fee. If you are late for a lesson by 15 minutes or more, the lesson will be cancelled, and you will be fully charged. Please let me know if you are late for the lesson before it starts. Thank you for your understanding.
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