How can I introduce myself in Japanese? Hi everyone. I guess the better way to learn any language is by knowing how to introduce ourself. So I would like to know how can I introduce myself in Japanese. General stuff like: Hello, my name is... I am .. years old I live in .. (country) My hobbies are.. Is there any certain way to introduce ourself? (for example when introducing ourself to older person and younger person) Thanks for the help :)
Jan 30, 2017 4:17 AM
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Hello, my name is... こんにちは (Konnichiwa) 私の名前は…です(Watashi no namae wa ...des)。 *If you want to say "nice to meet you" instead of "hello", it's はじめまして (Hajimemashite). I am .. years old ...歳です(...sai des)。 I live in .. (country) …に住んでいます ( sunde imas)。 My hobbies are.. 趣味は…です(Shumi wa ...des)。 *Once you mentioned the subject of the sentence (I=私は), you don't have to repeat it until the subject is changed. It's Japanese way.
January 30, 2017
But we know nothing about you. If you were student, "私はWatashiwa ドンDon ですdesu (I'm Don). 学生Gakusei ですdesu (I'm a student). インドネシアIndonesia からkara 来ましたkimashita (I came from Indonesia)." will do.
January 30, 2017
thanks @nagi I should have described more about my question. I have edited my question so looking forward for the help
January 30, 2017
What do you want to say, for example?
January 30, 2017
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