Demon Slayer for studying Japanese Part 07

Demon Slayer
Are you ready to study Japanese from Anime

When You start studying Japanese, you should know this.

  1. Japanese is difficult more than English because of the same words but different meanings by different Pronunciation.
  2. Japanese is difficult, so you need to keep studying!!
  3. Anime characters teach you how to pronounce Japanese.

If you are first time SFromA, you should check these 3 steps before studying.

  1. Do you just watch Anime? It waste of your time…
  2. The first step to study Japanese
  3. How to use “Study from Anime(SFromA)”??

Hello guys! Are you ready to study Japanese?

This SFromA cover Demon Slayer part 7.
After you watch the Anime, you can imagine the great scean.
It is amazing!

Let’s start studying!

SFromA Level 1

SFromA Level 1 focuses on vocabulary.
Try to memorize it!

・うどん (u do nn)
 → udon (Japanese noodle)

・めまい (me ma i)
 → dizzy

・水 = みず (mi zu)
 → water

・火 = ひ (hi)
 → fire

SFromA level 2

SFromA Level 2 focuses on a short sentence.
When you can memorize it, you can use it!
However, you should need to memorize pronounce too.

Today’s teacher is Tanjiro. When he is eating

・めまいがする (me ma i ga su ru)
 → I feel dizzy


When you use it, You feel a kind of headache too.

One more!
Teacher is Tanjiro. When he talk Nezuko, he asked her that “you can do that, right?”

・できるな? (de ki ru na?)


If you want to say elders about it, You should say “できますか?”(de ki ma su ka?)

Again, you should listen carefully. You need to copy it!!!

SFromA Level 3

SFromA level 3 focuses on the Japanese connection word.
It is hard to understand why this connection words, but you need to memorize the situation.
It is the key. You should memorize it with the situation.

・いもうとさわるな。 (i mo u to ni sa wa ru na)
 → Hands off my sister


Today’s connection word is “に” (ni)

に(ni) has many means…

1, りんごさわる (ri nn go ni sa wa ru)
 → touch an apple.

2, 3じかえる。(sa nn ji ni ka e ru)
 → I back at 3.

3, がっこうにいる (ga kko u ni i ru)
 → I am at school.

No matter how many people you may lose,

You have no choice but to go on living.

No matter how devastating the blows may be.
Tanjiro Kamado