A school's "sports day" is called 運動会 (undoukai) in
ある日 (Aru hi) is how you say one day in Japanese.
Supōtsu kaikan - according to google !
go take a Japanese class and find out for yourself!
Undoukai is a Japanese sports festival. In Australia it is like a sports carnival where you have running races and novelty races. Undoukai is a special day every year in Japan for Japanese schools.
Burning is in Japanese nenshou!!! wish a nice day
It called 監督 (kan-toku) but we also say コーチ /kou chi/ so Japanese people understand if you say coach.
You mean 'day by day'. In that case you can say 'himashi ni yarimashou'.
Since Valentine's Day is an import to Japan, there is no native Japanese word for "Valentine's". So they simply say, "Happy Valentine's Day", but because Japanese doesn't really have the sounds of 'V' and 'L', they say it "Happy Barentine's Day"
Mō ichi-nichi means one more day in Japanese, but もう一日 are the signs that mean one more day in Japanese.
スポーツ カーニバル 'supootsu caanibaru'. [oo = elongated 'o' sound]
'supootsu ga suki desu'. [oo = elongated 'o' sound]
yukai barentaindee dei
You may say 'hoka no hi' or 'betsu no hi.'
You may say 'mainichi,' written: 毎日
Some Japanese sports are volley, Go, and Boxing. sumo judo
say i can do this i have had to say a speech piles of times and have won them and that's what i say
If you meant to say "konichiwa" then it means good afternoon/good day in Japanese :L
yukai barentaindee die
kyou wa dou datta.....?:)
Baseball and Sumo wrestling are several spectator sports the Japanese people engage in .
"deidara" is pronounced DAY-ee-da-da.
You may say '(O)tanjoubi omedetou.'
kyou ha subarashii hi da
Anata no hahaoya wa baishunpudearu
父の日 (chichi no hi)
Yes, it is correct to say that you do sports. I do sports. You do sports. He does sports. She does sports. Fido does sports. We do sports. All of you do sports. They do sports.
Ogenki de itekudasai My Japanese friend always says that to me and it's this Yoi ichinichi o
In Japanese you would say "Haha nohi omedeto."
Aikido, Ken-do, Judo, Sumo, Kyudo, Karate, Naginata are all traditional Japanese sports
To, The Headmaster, Govt. Primary School, City A.B.C. Sir, with due respect i beg to say that all schools are having sports day only our school is not holding sports day. So, please held our sports day. I will be thankful to you. Thanking You, Yours obediently, X.Y.Z.
Nation sports day is the day of sports nationally speaking.
This is how you say it .... Yoi ichinichi o I means e
Day Dream: Nichi yume (日の夢)
ダル pronounced day-ru (a Japanese r is like an r and an l mixed together)
its called japanese.try typing What are types of Japanese sports
I think you say Yoiichinichiwo (良い一日を) hope this helps.
Sports such as sumo and martial arts, among other types, mainly came from the Japanese culture. Most of the sports were used as a form of mental discipline. The Japanese now use these sports for recreational purposes.
sports meet is when they discuss how the day is going to run while sports meet is the actual day
To say old Japanese illustrations in Japanese, you say "Mukashi no Nihon no irasuto".
海の日 (umi no hi), where 海（umi) is the sea and 日 (hi) is "day".
スポーツの Supōtsu no
You may say 'ii hi,' written: 良い日
barentainsu dei it's same but it's pronounced differently.
You may say 'warui hi,' written: 悪い日
降雪日 (kousetsu bi) means "Snow Day".
Do a search for "English to Japanese translator" you will get lots of results.
we say 'shiawase' in Japanese.
how to say "editor" in japanese
How do you say chains in Japanese?
You may say, 'kyou wa nanyoubi desu ka,' written in Japanese as: 今日は何曜日ですか。