Japanese Lesson 7: How to talk about the Weather

Hi, I’m ojachan 🙂 Today’s lesson is: How to talk about the weather

I was a cram school teacher in Japan. I taught Japanese from elementary to junior high school students. Don’t you want to know how to learn Japanese like Japanese kids? I’ll teach you how to start from beginner’s level Japanese.

Let’s get started!

Today’s lesson is: How to talk about the weather

Key Phrases

I’ll teach you with “ていねい語 teinei-go Polite expression ” 🙂

今日の 天気は どうですか。
きょうの てんきは どうですか。
kyou no tenki wa doudesuka
How’s the weather today?
今日は 晴れ です。
きょうは はれ です。
kyou wa hare desu
It is sunny today.



Let’s Practice

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Today’s lesson is: How to say about the weather
Today’s lesson is: How to say about the weather
Today’s lesson is: How to say about the weather

Japanese customs “てるてる坊主”

Do you know てるてる坊主 teru-teru-bozu?

It’s Japanese customs and good luck charm.

When we wish the fine day, we make a てるてる坊主teru-teru-bozu to make a wish. We make てるてる坊主 with tissue paper and hang it near the window. If we want to have a rainy day, we turn it upside down.

Your Homework

✏️Answer these questions in Japanese and comment to the below.

1.今日は どんな 天気 ですか。

Okay, that’s all for today!

Good luck with your Japanese study 😉

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