Hi, I'm Japanese and living in Australia... hmm, communication must be hard.. hmm, when I used to live up north of Australia with a Korean girl, she couldn't speak English at all, but we managed to communicate by using Korean/Japanese and using dictionary to communicate a lot! Using dictionary and communicating is a good way. What we did was, my Korean friend had electronic dictionary so I just typed English words and she would translate that into Korean and we communicate like that and I taught her English as well.
I hope that would help!
Hmm, look through cooking book with her and cook some food with her?
You posted this a long while ago, but I just read it today.. I'm living in Japan - been here for the past year. As for food ideas: RICE. Rice and fish. hehehehe... just kidding (kinda).
I hope all's well with you and your exchange student! God bless.
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Saki my name is Amy. I live in the U.S. I'm learning Japanese. Granted the amount of Japanese I know isn't that impressive, because I'm still learning. However I have been looking for somebody who is Japanese to attempt conversational Japanese with (as in writing). I could also really use help with learning some of the different parts of the language. If you're interested, please send
me a private message.
konnichiwa, ogenki desu ka?
(koe nee chee wah, oh gen kee de soo kah?)
Which means "Hello, how are you?"
Then she will say:
genki desu, arigatou. ogenki desu ka?
hai, genki desu yo, shikkocho.
And then if she starts talking in Japanese say:
gomennasai, watashi wa wakarimasen, eigo ga wakarimasu ka?
(goe men nah sah ee, wah tah she wah wah kah ree mah sen, e ee goe gah wah kah ree mahs kah?)
Which means "Sorry, I dont understand, do you understand English?"
Then if she says yes, then go with it.
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