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Adventures in Japanese 1

JapaneseEnglish
なんさつ How many bound objects?
コンサート concert
きっぷ ticket
ふうせん balloon
くれます [くれる/くれて] give (to me or my family)
もらいます [もらう/もらって] to recieve, get from
おじさん uncle, middle-aged man
おばさん aunt, middle-aged lady
いとこ cousin
しんせき relatives
カーネーション carnation
バラ rose
らん orchid (also オーキッド)
レイ lei
Giverは Receiver [me]に Somethingを くれます。/Giver [outsider]は Receiver [my family member]に Somethingを くれます。 (giving) Verbs of giving and receiving reflect horizontal and vertical relationships in Japanese society: the verb chosen depends on the relative status of the giver and receiver, and whether the giver is an outsider or a member of one's in-group.
Receiverは Giverに/から Somethingを もらいます。 Someone receives something from someone else.
Created by: robinav