Objective: Learn to read and write sentences using the object particle を.
The Japanese particle を (pronounced "o", written as "wo") is used to mark an object that is affected by a verb. The particle を is placed just after the object modified by the verb, similar to the way the particle は immediately follows the subject.
Simple grammar structure: Subject + は + Object + を + Verb.
すし = sushi
とんかつ = breaded and fried pork cutlet
てんぷら = battered and deep-fried seafood or vegetables
とうふ = tofu
にほんご = Japanese language
えいご = English language
わたしはえいがをみます。 = I'm watching a movie.
[watashi wa eiga wo mimasu]
かれらはてんぷらをたべます。 = They are eating tempura.
[karera wa tenpura wo tabemasu]
Write the following sentences in Japanese using hiragana/katakana.
Translate the following Japanese sentences to English.
Write the following sentences using hiragana/katakana.