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  • If youve clicked on this video that means that you have got some interest in learning Japanese or any other language

    如果你點了這個影片,就表示你對於學習日文或是其他語言有興趣

  • If not then I don’t know what to say

    如果不是的話,我也不知道怎麼說

  • Whether it's for a future trip, for business or just for the love of the language

    不管是未來的旅遊或是工作上需要,或者只是對於語言的愛

  • You will definitely encounter some difficulties and today I've listed a few common ones

    你在學習語言上一定會遇到一些困難。今天我整理出一些常見的問題

  • Let's check it out now!

    那我們就來看看吧!

  • Actually I only have one camera..so that took a while to set up..just for this shot

    我只有一台相機,所以我需要一些時間去架設...就只為了這個鏡頭

  • Japanese has so many different levels of politeness

    在日文有不同程度的敬語

  • It's like one million

    我覺得應該有一百萬個說法吧

  • Depending on the person you talk to, and their age, you will talk with a different level of politeness

    針對不同的對象和年齡,你會使用不同程度的敬語

  • Just like in any other language actually

    其實幾乎根本就是另外一個語言

  • Example sentence: « Call me later » -> Ato de denwa shite ne!

    舉例來說:「等一下打給我」 (後で電話してね)

  • That’s for friends, family, your dog..

    這是在跟朋友,家人,你的狗說話的情況下...

  • Could you call me later? Ato de denwa kuremasen ka?

    「你等一下可以打給我嗎?」(後で電話くれませんか?)

  • Basic level Japanese

    這是基本程度的日文

  • I wonder if you could call me later? Nochi hodo o denwa itadakemasen deshou ka

    「我在想您等一下方便聯絡我嗎?」(後ほどお電話頂けませんでしょうか?)

  • Now we are entering the realm of the Business level Japanese

    這個程度的話就是商用日文了

  • I would really appreciate it if you could call me later.

    「如果您方便聯絡我的話,我會非常感激您」

  • Nochi hodo o denwa itadakemasu to saiwai desu.

    後ほどお電話頂けますと幸いです

  • Politeness Overload

    太有禮貌了

  • All these different levels with their unique vocabulary can be kinda difficult to learn, but if you are working in a Japanese company youll get it pretty quickly!

    這些不同程度的特殊用法學起來是有點難,但如果你是在日本公司工作的話你應該會學得很快!

  • The second one, and the one that almost made me want to stop learning Japanese is the passive and active voice.

    第二個困境幾乎讓我放棄學習日文,就是被動和主動的用法

  • Just imagine the situation, it's been like 3 months you just started learning the language, you know how to say "this is a pen"

    想像一下這個情況,你已經學這個語言三個月了,你也知道怎麼說「這是一支筆」

  • And then suddenly out of nowhere

    然後突然不知道從哪裡來

  • You start being attacked by all these phrases like

    你開始接觸到這些用法

  • "The pies would always be made by my mother"

    「這些派都是我媽媽做的」

  • And you're like:

    你就會像這樣

  • Oh my gooooooooooood

    天啊啊啊啊

  • Because in Japanese when you conjugate a verb in the passive form the verb it's starts to get really long and difficult to pronounce

    因為當你把日文的動詞轉換成被動時,會變得非常長而且非常難發音

  • For example with the sentence:

    例如:

  • I eat bread - Watashi wa pan o taberu

    我吃麵包 (私はパンを食べる)

  • The bread is eaten by me - Pan wa watashi ni taberareru

    這個麵包被我吃了 (パンは私に食べられる)

  • Taberareru, taberareru, taberareru

    吃 (食べる),被吃 (食べられる),被吃 (食べられる)

  • And let's not talk about all the forms that come after that.... tabesaseru, tabesaserareru

    我們就不談其他的變化了,像是逼著吃 (食べさせる),被逼著吃 (食べさせられる)

  • The third and most common problem people encounter when learning Japanese is of course the Kanji

    第三個而且也最普遍的困難是在學習日文的時候,漢字是最難的

  • There's like 3 million of them and you need to learn how to read and write them

    好像有3百多萬的漢字,而且必須學習要怎麼讀和寫

  • I'm gonna be honest though there's not like one simple method that..you do it and you become perfect in kanji

    我必須誠實的說沒有一個簡單的方法是你只要做了就會把漢字學好

  • Personally for me, kanji...the biggest tip I could give you is to read a lot!

    對我來說,漢字... 我可以給的提議就是大量閱讀!

  • I would pick up like children books like Totoro or even like, Harry Potter

    我會選童書,像是龍貓或是哈利波特

  • and basically every time I encounter a Kanji that I'd never seen before or that I couldn't read

    基本上我只要看到我沒看過的漢字或是我不會念的漢字

  • I would stop and check out in the dictionary what the meaning was

    我會停下來用字典去查單字的意思

  • This was very very painful technique because it took me like 30 minutes to read two pages

    但是這是一個非常非常痛苦的方法,因為我30分鐘只能看兩頁

  • Although thanks to that, I picked up a lot of speed

    但也因為這樣,我閱讀的速度越來越快

  • and now I can read more mature books like this one

    我現在也可以看更多有難度的書,像是這個

  • That's it for today guys!

    今天就到這裡了!

  • Tell me in the comments below, what's the most difficult thing you've encountered when learning Japanese?

    在留言的地方告訴我,你覺得在學習日文上遇到最大的困難是什麼?

  • For my Japanese viewers what is the most difficult thing about learning English or any other language?

    訂閱我的頻道的日本朋友,你在學習英文或是其他語言的時候遇到最大的困難是什麼?

  • I'm gonna list a few apps and websites that I used to learn Japanese

    我會把我在學日文的時候用到的app或是網站列出來

  • And if you're Japanese and looking to study English then check out the website VoiceTube where you can actually practice Business Level English

    如果你是正在學英文的日本人的話,可以去看看VoiceTube的網站去練習商業英文

  • See you guys in the next video! Bye bye!!

    下次再見!掰掰!

If youve clicked on this video that means that you have got some interest in learning Japanese or any other language

如果你點了這個影片,就表示你對於學習日文或是其他語言有興趣

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