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Learning Japanese: Family Members
Transcript of Learning Japanese: Family Members
Oniisan shall we go over them? Good luck! Learning Japanese Mom Dad Grandma Grandpa Younger Brother Younger Sister Older Brother Older Sister Direct Translations Okaasan is Mom,
because she always
tells you to KAA-lean
your room! Grandma is
an old sheep.
Baaaaaaaa O Ka a Sa N O To U Sa N O To U To O Ni I Sa N O Ba A Sa N O Ji I Sa N I Mo U To O Ne E Sa N Grandpa is Ojiisan because he is so old that"Jiiiiii-sus"
homie Your little sister is imouto
because she is
and she will
always be around.
Always. ALWAYS Older sister is oneesan,
because if you ask
to borrow her
stuff she'll be like
"NEEEEEEEEEEEEE-ver!!!" Older brother is
he always gets
drunk and falls
and hurts his
niiiiiii's. (knees) Younger brother is otouto
because he has little
to(e)-to(e's) Dad is Otousan
has hairy toes. An old sheep
Drunk and hurts his knees
Always around and never dies
Clean your room!
Jesus was his buddy!
Little baby toes <3
Never lets you borrow her clothes Word Bank Match them! Older Sister
Younger brother Answers Okaasan
Oniisan Older Sister
Younger brother The Hints! From,
Chels and Linds Part One: The Family Members Little tricks to remember their names! Now Lets Count the People! 1
juunin Ms.Kurokawa has a song for that. Wanna know how to remember them?