Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Japanese"

Is he Japanese?
Is she Japanese?
Are you Japanese?
Is it Japanese food?
I'm good at Japanese.
You are not Japanese.
He can speak Japanese.
I don't speak Japanese.
She can speak Japanese.
Mary can speak Japanese.
She spoke Japanese well.
This is a Japanese doll.
Do you like Japanese food?
Are you a Japanese citizen?
Mary spoke Japanese slowly.
I grew up eating Japanese food.
Does anyone here speak Japanese?
She sang a Japanese song for us.
Have you ever eaten Japanese food?
She doesn't speak Japanese at home.
Tom is a fluent speaker of Japanese.
This melody is familiar to many Japanese.
What do you call this animal in Japanese?
He lived in a typical Japanese-style house.
Tom's Japanese is improving little by little.
Mr. Wright speaks Japanese like a native speaker.
What will the Japanese economy be like next year?
Susie doesn't speak Japanese, and Tom doesn't either.
Is there an English-Japanese dictionary on the bookshelf?
After I got married, my Japanese got better and I could understand more.
There were demonstrations against the government by Japanese university students in the 1960's.


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