Practice your Japanese. Can you read these sentences?
ano hito wa dare desu ka?
sore wa jon desu.
jon wa gakusei desu.
kare wa nihongo no gakusei desu.
mainichi, jon wa gakkō e ikimasu.
mainichi, benkyō shimasu.
yoi gakusei desu.
anata mo yoi gakusei desu ka?
辞書 (jisho) - dictionary
あの人 (ano hito) - that person
だれ (dare) - who?
です (desu) is/are (Copula)
それ (sore) -that
ジョン (jon) - John
学生 (gakusei) - student
彼 (kare) - he
日本語 (nihongo) - Japanese Language
毎日 (mainichi) - every day
学校へ(gakkō e) - to school
行きます (ikimasu) - verb "to go" polite non-past
勉強します(benkyō shimasu) - verb "to study" polite non-past
良い(yoi) - good (adjective)
あなたも(anata mo) - you also
If you notice any typos, please let me know. Thanks!
In your phonetic transciption, you have lost the final syllable of "nihongo" in the fourth sentence-
Cool I could read and understand everything but accidentally thought 彼 was 伎 for a moment before looking into it and seeing the going and pelt primitives. 伎 is a kanji I learned today haha.
All the sentence constructions seem fine to me. I can read everything except these '勉強' kanji and that's only because I don't know those kanji.
I know everything except the reading for 毎日 (I know what it means though), I keep forgetting! But that just gives me more motivation to have some fun drilling :) (毎日、毎日、毎日・・・)
words i didn't know:
毎日 / 勉強します / 良い / 毎日
except for that i'm happy i could read most of these! wanna practice more! thank you for this little task!
You're dedicated to this, DestinyCall. Haven't been to duolingo in like 4 months and now I'm back and see that you still help people out here.