Japanese Grammar Practice
What time 何時
Let’s practice Japanese grammar by composing a Japanese sentence after reading an English script!
The goal is to understand the overall sentence patterns for the target grammar by making a sentence over and over. Do Not try too hard to think about the grammatical rules that you learned from a textbook.
With that in mind, Let’s enjoy learning!
Try to create a Japanese sentence shortly after reading an English script. If you cannot come up with any words, just look at an answer and try it again later.
What time is it in New York now?
New York wa ima nanji desu ka?
What time do you eat breakfast?
(anata wa) nanji ni choushoku wo tabe masu ka?
What time does she come home?
kanojo wa nanji ni kitaku shi masu ka?
What time does your son go to school?
anata no musuko wa nanji ni gakkou ni iki masu ka?
What time do they take a test?
karera wa nanji ni tesuto wo uke masu ka?
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