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 // EZ Japanese // 

  EZ(easy) and USEFUL expressions of JAPANESE language for your QSO.  

  Please look at the bottom of the page and ENJOY them !

 

// The current antennas  //

14MHz 5ele Yagi 23mH  Home-made

 

 

 

 

// Old  Handmade Antennas //

 // 28MHz 6 ove 6 Yagi // June 2017

 // 21MHz 5el Yagi //  May 2017

 

 // 10MHz 3 ele Yagi  //  May 2017

 

 

 
 
 // 14MHz 7ele Yagi , 7MHz RDP  //  Dec 2017
 
 
 
 

 // BULIDING A TOWER //  Mar.1 

I like making antennas and building towers.

Usually I don't use concrete,  "Drop and Stamp" construction.

 

MYSELF and RADIO at workplace (cram school)

Main rig IC-7400 is in ICOM repair center now, buck up rig TS-930 is on the desk.

 I have had the following radios.

//KENWOOD //

TS-130, 430, 440, 450, 520, 530, 590, 690, 820, 830, 850, 870, 930, 940, 950S-SD-SDX

//YAESU //

FT- 101, 102, 107, 901, 990, 1000D, Mark V 

//ICOM//

IC-7300, 740, 7400, 756, 756pro2, 761, 765, 7700, 775DSP, 781 

 

OTHER HOBBYs

Fun to fly with PW-6U

Fun to drive with 325i Touring

Fun to Camp with my family

 

 

 

 

// EZ JAPANESE //

Easiest and Useful expressions for usual QSO in Japanese langauge.

These are ot grammatical, but we Japanese can correctly understand

what you say.  

 

Please don't hesitate about your pronunciation and speaking speed !

We always welcome you and your challenge !

Just enjoy our language !

 

[Numbers]

0 = zero             1 = ichi  (each)     2 = ni (knee)

3 = san (sun)     4 = yon (yawn)     5 =go (go)

6 = loku (lock)   7 = nana               8 = hachi (hatch)

 9 =kyu ( Q )      10 = jyu

11=10+1 = jyu ichi

22=2x10+2 = ni jyu ni (knee jyu knee)

59 = go-jyu kyu (go-jyu Q)  or " GO Q"

 

[Greetings]

Hello = Kon ni chi wa (corn each war)

Good morning = O ha yo u / go za i ma su (go za i ma su)

Good afternoon =  Kon ni chi wa (corn each war)

Good night = O ya su mi na sa i

Good bye = Sa yo u na ra

Thank you = a-ri-ga-to-u (eary got tow)

Thank you very much for = a-ri-ga-to-u-go-za-i-ma-su  ( Good for formal)

Nice to see you = ha-ji-me-ma-shi-te

yo-ro-si-ku-o-ne-ga-i-shi-ma-su    ( Good for formal)

 

[WORD ORDER]

Simply, Japanese sentnces always start with S(subject) and ending with auxV(or verb), and  Other elements (O, C, M) are position-free between S and V.  

 

[Usual expressions in QSO]

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//  English

    Japanese

    (word order in English)

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//  Thank you for coming back to my call.

  O-u-to-u a-ri-ga-to-u-go-za-i-ma-su

  (  for coming back to my call thank you)

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//  Your signal is 5 by 5

  A-na-ta-no shin-go-u wa go-jyu go de-su.      

  (Your signal 5/5 is.)

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// My {name} is Tomo.  {name/QTH/TRCV/ANT, etc}

  Wa-ta-si-no { na-ma-e} wa Tomo de-su.

  (My name Tomo is.)

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// Go ahead (please)

  Do-u-zo

  (No explanation about the word order. It's an idiom.)

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// Roger (that)

  Ryo-u-ka-i shi-ma-shi-ta.

  (No explanation about the word order. It's an idiom.)

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// The weather is sunny. (It's sunny)

  Ten-ki wa ha-re de-su.    {cloudy=ku-mo-li, rainy=a-me}

  (The weather fine is.)

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// The temperature is 10 degrees.

  Ki-o-n wa jyu do de-su.  

  (The temperarure 10 degrees is.)

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// It's warm today.

  Kyo-u wa a-ta-ta-ka i de-su.   {cool=su-zu-shi-i, cold= sa-mu-i }

  (Today warm is.)

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// What is your antenna ?

 A-na-ta-no antenna wa na-n de-su-ka ?

 (your antenna what is?)

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// Could you tell me your {name} ?

 A-na-ta-no {na-ma-e} o o-shi-e-te  i-ta-da-ke-ma-su-ka ?

 (your name  tell me could you ?)

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// Thank you for the QSO.

  QSO a-ri-ga-tou-go-za-i-ma-shi-ta.

  (QSO thank you.)

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// I hope to see you again.

 Ma-ta o-ai-shi-ma-sho.

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// Please take care.

 O-gen-ki-de.

  (No explanation about the word order. It's an idiom.)

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I will add more expressions.

If you have a qustion about Japanese language,  feel free to email me. 

Please enjoy EZ(easy) Japanese!

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