How To Describe Simple Photos in Japanese!

For beginners.

Learning new languages is interesting though it is not so easy unless we have strong motivations to learn. Any motivation would be good enough to take up.

Today, I just want to teach you how to describe the photos by using the I-adjectives in Japanese. First of all, I show you the simple structure to make sentences.

NONE 1 WA

I-ADJECTIVE

DESU

The adjectives used today are;

DELICIOUS- – oishii おいしい (the photo A)

HOT – atsui あつい (the photo A)

SWEET – amai あまい (the photo A)

GREAT – sugoi  すごい (the photo B)

TALL – takai たかい (the photo B)

AMAZING – subarashii すばらしい (the photo B & C)

BEAUTIFUL – utsukushii うつくしい (the photo C)

CLEAN (also beautiful) – kirei きれい (the photo C)

WIDE – hiroi ひろい (the photo C)

The photo A

HAMBURGER AND CHIPS

The hamburger is delicious – Hamburger wa oishii desu.

The chips is hot – Chip wa atsui desu.

The sauce is sweet – Sauce wa amai desu.

The photo B

THE NAGOYA CASTLE

The Nagoya Castle is great. – Nagoya jyo wa sugoi desu.

The tree is tall – Ki wa takai desu.

The Nagoya Castle is amazing. Nagoya jyo wa subarashii desu.

The photo C

THE SEA AT MIYAKOJIMA ISLAND

The Sea at Miyakojima is beautiful – Miyakojima no umi wa utsukushii desu.

The beach is clean – beach wa kirei desu.

The beach is wide – beach wa hiroi desu.

That is all today. Hope you enjoy it.

ARIGATO!

About mkchatinjapanese

I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.
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