moratta [I received it]
sore WA kihon da yo na [that's a given]
The verb "to put in" is 'ireru' in Japanese.
Casual form: あげる (ageru)
Polite form: あげます (agemasu) - This form is usually only used at the end of a sentence.
To say the word hobby is Japanese you say shumi, make your you put extra emphasis on the 'sh'
Since it is not a Japanese name it would have to be put into Katakana. Michael would translate as = Maikuru (マイクル).
You may say 'doko e ikimasu ka' or 'doko made ikimasu ka'.
the is その (sono). its put in front of the noun.but Japanese basically don't care about single/plural, so you don't have to put it to every single noun unless you wanna emphasize the word.
私はそう....歳. put your age in the ..... Hope this helps.
how to say "editor" in japanese
To say old Japanese illustrations in Japanese, you say "Mukashi no Nihon no irasuto".
we say Nakagawa if we want to say inside in Japanese.
フライドポテト is how you say it in japanese'
To say tennis in Japanese.........テニス
メロン is how you say melon in Japanese.