Me’s free Japanese lesson [ya-row]「や行」 on YouTube

 

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Here, I’m going to talk about the [ya-row]「やぎょう」 of Japanese language.

The [ya-row]「やぎょう」has 3 sounds,「や」,「ゆ」and「よ」.


 

「や」 is pronounced [ya]. It is a combination of the consonant [y] and the vowel [あ/a].

[や/ya] is used for:

  • やさい/野菜/ya・sa・i                                         =vagetable
  • やたい/屋台/ya・ta・i                                         =vender/stand for food
  • やま/山/ya・ma                        =mountain
  • やきもち/焼き餅/ya・ki・mo・chi             =jealousy
  • やく/焼く/ya・ku                                     =burn/grill/broil/toast/bake/roast/barbecue/cook

and more.

 


 

「ゆ」 is pronounced [yu]. It is a combination of the consonant [y] and the vowel [う/u].

[ゆ/yu] is used for:

  • ゆうえんち/遊園地/yu・u・e・n・chi                     =amusement park
  • ゆとり/yu・to・ri                                                      =leisure/space/room
  • ゆうがた/夕方/yu・u・ga・ta                =dusk/early evening
  • ゆうぐ/遊具/yu・u・gu                                    =playground equipment
  • ゆうこう/有効/yu・u・ko・o                           =valid/effective

and more.

 


 

「よ」 is pronounced [yo]. It is a combination of the consonant [y] and the vowel [お/o].

[よ/yo] is used for:

  • よる/夜/yo・ru                                    =night
  • よく/良く/yo・ku                               =often/fully/carefully/well
  • よいしょ/yo・i・sho              =Umph!/ Heave-ho!                                                                                                   (a phrase that you say or shout when you are making a big effort to pull or lift somthing)
  • よろしくお願いします/宜しくお願いします/yo・ro・si・ku・o・ne・ga・i・shi・ma・su                                                                                            =a greeting for giving your regards/Nice to meet you.
  • ようじ/用事/yo・o・zi                    =something to do/business

and more.

 


Platform: These videos are made in a game, Minecraft.

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