to write Japanese words
- How to say Language in
In this Japanese writing lesson, we will show you
how to write each language in Japanese.
For example, we will tell you how to write the Chinese language, English language, or the French language in Japanese by using the Japanese kanji symbol of "Go".
Japanese, "language" is written as the Japanese
kanji symbol on the left shows.
The Japanese symbol is pronounced as "Go" and used to write each language in Japanese.
It can also mean "word" in Japanese.
The rules for writing language in Japanese.
Most languages, including Japanese, are
<Country name + Go>
as you see in the Vocabuary list below.
How to write "the English language" and "the Japanese language" in Japanese
Let us know show you how to write "the English language" and "the Japanese language" by using the above Kanji symbol. You can apply the "Go" Japanese symbol for any language.
For example, "the English language" is written like the following.
The Japanese symbols of "the English
Language" is shown above. It is pronounced as "eego",
or "ei Go".
In eego, ee stands for England and go stands for language: hence, eego means "English language".
This is one of few exceptions to the following rule, however.
How about "Japanese language" in
In this case, we use <Country name = Japan + go>.
Japan is called Nippon which are the first two Japanese symbols.
Vocaburaly List: Language in Japanese.
In this vocaburaly list, let us show you the languages written all in kanji symbols.
Secondly, langages written in Katakana symbols
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