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The Art Museum
Beginner Lesson
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ṽሼ 
ࡇ࡯࠲࡯ ᣣᧄߩ⟤ⴚ㙚ߪೋ߼ߡߢߔޕ
৻ᓼ ⑳߽ᣣᧄੱߢߔߌߤޔ੹ᣣ߇ೋ߼
ߡߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ੹ᣣߪޔࠢࡠ࡯࠼࡮ࡕࡀߩዷⷩળ
ߢߔ᦭ฬߥ૞ຠ߇޿ߞ߬޿޽ࠅ߹
ߔޕ
ฃઃ ߤ߁ߙޔ߅౉ࠅߊߛߐ޿ޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߎߎߢߔޕߎࠇޔߎࠇޕߎߩ⛗ߪ⚛
᥍ࠄߒ޿ߢߔ㤛⦡ߣ⊕ߣ✛ߩࠦࡦ
࠻࡜ࠬ࠻߇⚛᥍ࠄߒ޿ߢߔޕ
৻ᓼ ߘ߁ߢߔߨޕ߈ࠇ޿ߢ⚛ᢜߢޔߣߡ
߽ᅢ߈ߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߎࠇߪ⑳ߩ৻⇟ᅢ߈ߥ૞ຠߢߔ
ࡇ࡯࠲࡯ ߹޽ޔᖡߊߥ޿ߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߿ߞ߬ࠅޔࡇ࡯࠲࡯ߪ࠮ࡦࠬ߇޽ࠅ
߹ߖࠎޕ
߆ߥ߫ࠎ
ࡇ࡯࠲࡯ ߦ߶ࠎߩ߮ߓࠀߟ߆ࠎߪߪߓ߼ߡߢ
ߔޕ
߆ߕߩࠅ ࠊߚߒ߽ߦ߶ࠎߓࠎߢߔߌߤޔ߈ࠂ
߁߇ߪߓ߼ߡߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߈ࠂ߁ߪޔࠢࡠ࡯࠼࡮ࡕࡀߩߡࠎࠄࠎ
߆޿ߢߔޓࠁ߁߼޿ߥߐߊ߭ࠎ߇޿
ߞ߬޿޽ࠅ߹ߔޕ
߁ߌߟߌ ߤ߁ߙޔ߅౉ࠅߊߛߐ޿ޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߎߎߢߔޕߎࠇޔߎࠇޕߎߩ߃ߪߔ߫
ࠄߒ޿ߢߔ߈޿ࠈߣߒࠈߣߺߤࠅߩ
ࠦࡦ࠻࡜ࠬ࠻߇ߔ߫ࠄߒ޿ߢߔޕ
߆ߕߩࠅ ߘ߁ߢߔߨޕ߈ࠇ޿ߢޔߔߡ߈ߢޔߣ
ߡ߽ߔ߈ߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߎࠇߪࠊߚߒߩ޿ߜ߫ࠎߔ߈ߥߐߊ߭
ࠎߢߔ
ࡇ࡯࠲࡯ ߹޽ޔࠊࠆߊߥ޿ߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߿ߞ߬ࠅࡇ࡯࠲࡯ߪ࠮ࡦࠬ߇޽ࠅ߹ߖ
ࠎޕ
Translation
Peter This is my frst time at a Japanese art
museum.
Kazunori Me, too! I`m Japanese, but today is my
frst time.
Sakura Today is Claude Monet’s exhibition!
There are many Iamous works.
Receptionist You may enter.
Sakura Here it is. This one. This painting is
Iantastic! The yellow and white and
green. contrast is breathtaking.
Kazunori That`s right. It`s beautiIul, gorgeous,
and I really like it.
Sakura This painting is my Iavorite work!
Peter Well, it`s not bad.
Sakura Just as we thought. Peter has no sense.
Rǀmaii
PƯtƗ Nihon no biiutsukan wa haiimete desu.
Kazunori Watashi mo! Nihoniin desu kedo, kyǀ
ga haiimete desu.
Sakura Kyǀ wa, Kurǀdo Mone no tenrankai
desu! Yumei na sakuhin ga ippai ari-
masu.
Uketsuke Dǀzo o-hairi kudasai.
Sakura Koko desu. Kore, kore. Kono e wa
subarashii desu! Kiiro to shiro to mi-
dori no kontorasuto ga subarashii desu.
Kazunori Sǀ desu ne. Kirei de suteki de totemo
suki desu.
Sakura Kore wa watashi no ichiban suki na
sakuhin desu!
PƯtƗ Maa, warukunai desu.
Sakura Yappari PƯtƗ wa sensu ga arimasen.
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Vocabulary - න⺆
Kanji Kana 5ǀPDML English
᦭ฬ ࠁ߁߼޿ ynjmei Iamous
ዷⷩળ ߡࠎࠄࠎ߆޿ tenrankai exhibition
ࠢࡠ࡯࠼࡮ࡕࡀ ࠢࡠ࡯࠼࡮ࡕࡀ Kurǀdo Mone Claude Monet
⟤ⴚ㙚 ߮ߓࠀߟ߆ࠎ bijutsukan art museum, art gallery
૞ຠ ߐߊ߭ࠎ sakuhin artistic work
ೋ߼ߡ ߪߓ߼ߡ haiimete frst time
޿ߞ߬޿ ޿ߞ߬޿ ippai a lots, many (It literally means 'Iull¨ or 'to
the utmost.¨ )
⛗ ߃ e painting, drawing
⚛᥍ࠄߒ޿ ߔ߫ࠄߒ޿ subarashii great, Iantastic, wonderIul
৻⇟ᅢ߈ ޿ߜ߫ࠎߔ߈ ichiban suki like it the best
߅౉ࠅߊߛߐ
޿
߅ߪ޿ࠅߊߛߐ޿ Ohairi kudasai. polite Iormal way to say 'Please Come in¨ to
customers, older people, or your superiors at
work.*
* This Iorm is created by adding 'o¨ in Iront oI the masu-stem oI the verb, and kudasai aIter it (This will be
covered in a chuukyuu lesson in the Iuture.
Today`s frst grammar point is hajimete, which means that it`s the subiects frst time to experience some-
thing. A polite version oI this expression is used as set phrase said upon meeting someone Ior the frst time.
The phrase hajimemashite is a polite version oI hajimete -Ior the frst time - but used in this context can be
interpreted to mean 'How do you do?¨
ೋ߼ߡ࡮ߪߓ߼ߡ࡮hajimete frst time
࡮`ߪߪߓ߼ߡߢߔޕ This is my frst time to ---
࡮`ߪߪߓ߼ߡߢߔ߆? Is this your frst time to ---?
2) Ichiban is directly translated as number one: when ichiban modiIys an adiective, it acts as a superlative
marker indicating that the modifed adiective is in its superlative state i.e. most or -est.
ichiban ¹ adiective
৻⇟นᗲ޿࡮ichiban kawaii - cutest
৻⇟㗎࿕࡮ichiban ganko - most stubborn
৻⇟ᅢ߈࡮޿ߜ߫ࠎߔ߈࡮ichiban suki – like it the best
৻⇟ᅢ߈ߥኼมߪࡑࠣࡠߢߔޕ࡮Ichiban suki na sushi wa maguro desu. My Iavorite sushi is tuna.
৻⇟ᅢ߈ߥኼมߪ૗ߢߔ߆!࡮Ichiban suki na sushi wa nan desu ka? What`s your Iavorite sushi?
Grammar Points
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InIormal Conversation ṽሼ 
ࡇ࡯࠲࡯ ᣣᧄߩ⟤ⴚ㙚ߪೋ߼ߡߢߔޕ
৻ᓼ ௢⑳߽ᣣᧄੱߛߢߔߌߤޔ੹ᣣ߇ೋ߼ߡߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ੹ᣣߪޔࠢࡠ࡯࠼࡮ࡕࡀߩዷⷩળࠃߢߔ᦭ฬߥ૞ຠ߇
޿ߞ߬޿޽ࠆࠃࠅ߹ߔޕ
ฃઃ ߤ߁ߙޔ߅౉ࠅߊߛߐ޿ޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߎߎߢߔޕߎࠇޔߎࠇޕߎߩ⛗ߪ⚛᥍ࠄߒ޿ߢߔ㤛⦡
ߣ⊕ߣ✛ߩࠦࡦ࠻࡜ࠬ࠻߇⚛᥍ࠄߒ޿ߢߔޕ
৻ᓼ ߘ߁ߛߢߔߨޕ߈ࠇ޿ߢ⚛ᢜߢޔߣߡ߽ᅢ߈ߛߥߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߎࠇߪ⑳ߩ৻⇟ᅢ߈ߥ૞ຠࠃߢߔ
ࡇ࡯࠲࡯ ߹޽ޔᖡߊߥ޿ߢߔޕ
ߐߊࠄ ߿ߞ߬ࠅޔࡇ࡯࠲࡯ߪ࠮ࡦࠬ߇ߥ޿޽ࠅ߹ߖࠎޕ
3) Here ippai - Iull, many, a lot - is used as an adverb modiIying the amount or volume oI something.
ippai࡮޿ߞ߬޿ Iull, many
૞ຠ߇޿ߞ߬޿޽ࠅ߹ߔޕ࡮Sakuhin ga ippai arimasu. There are many works.
ੱ߇޿ߞ߬޿޿߹ߔޕ࡮Hito ga ippai imasu. There are many people.