Japan's official language is Japanese! But some people can speak other languages because they learned them from their friends and family.
No. It is a member of the Japonic (or Japanese-Ryukyuan) language family, whose relation to other language groups is debated.
Family and friends in Greek would be: οικογένεια και τους φίλους.
Nakama means in Japanese as "Friends" or "Comrades".NAKAMa Japanese word that directly translates friends, comrads or people closer than your family.
Japanese is the native language of over 125 million people, member of the Japonic language family. If you want to say 'blessing' in Japanese, you can use one of the following words: 'megumi', 'syukufuku', or 'onkei'.
People can study Japanese at these 4 Japanese language schools in Canada: Atlas Japanese Language School in Toronto, Coquitlam Japanese Language Academy in Vancouver, the Ottawa Japanese Language School and the Vancouver Japanese Language School. I could not find a definite answer to this question as some language sites only had one or two Japanese language schools in Canada.
Its from the Japonic family of languages. The other person was incorrect, there is no such thing as "East Asian" family. Russian, is from the Slavic family of language. Mongolian is from the Altaic family, and Chinese is from the Sino-Tibetan family. Whenever a country like Japan, is a group of islands chances are there are going to be different languages or dialects of that country. This is the exact case with Japan, for Japan has its own unique family of languages known as the "Japonic" family of languages. You can guess why its called "Japonic" and that is because the Japonic family is unique only to Japan, and can't be found anywhere else. The Japanese language is part of the Japonic family of languages. The language family Korean belongs to, is dipsuted and debated. There is evidence that Japanese and Korean are related, so Korean could belong to the Japonic family. Korean also may have some Mongolian cognates, since Korean people are basically Mongols and Japanese by descent. You can forget about China because the Chinese language is NOT related to the Japanese, Korean or Mongolian languages.
Chinese and Japanese are not related to any common ancestor:Chinese dialects are part of the Sino-Tibetan Language Family.Japanese dialects are part of the Japonic Language Family.
The Japanese 3DS can only be set to the Japanese language
it will be in in Japanese and if the Japanese game has a language converter it can change language
A Japanese language school teaches Japanese (by definition).
AnswerJapanese people gather with their friends and family. They go to hotel,restaurants and/or friends house in orderto have party. They drink and eat western food and karaoke contest at the end of that. That is a way of spending time with the family.
While the Chinese writing system was imported into Japan and formed the basis of Japanese writing, the origin of the Japanese language is less certain. Its roots may have been brought to Japan by settlers from continental Asia or from nearby Pacific islands. The Japanese language is not part of the same language family as Chinese, although a large portion of the modern vocabulary is borrowed from Chinese.
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言語 (gengo) is "language" in Japanese.
You cannot change the language on a Japanese Wii.
"Family" is 'kazoku' in Japanese.
In Japanese, when the word no is said, it can be said as ___, ______, or ________. The Japanese language does not use the same alphabet as the English language.
yes because it is a voice box which helps them to speak in their language to their friends or family
The Japanese language.
Family friends are simply that, friends of your sims family.
Fortunately for the children of Japan, Japanese is the language of instruction used in Japanese schools.
The Language of Japanese to Filipinos is your mom. go kantot her or something