VIDEO| Speakin’ Japanese Lesson: Don’t forget your umbrella

VIDEO| Speakin’ Japanese Lesson: Don’t forget your umbrella

by Shoji Kudaka
Stripes Okinawa

The rainy season is coming, so don’t forget your umbrella!
“Kasa wo wasurenaide!” is a useful phrase to remind you to bring an umbrella.

“Kasa wo wasurenaide,” means “Don’t forget your umbrella.”

“Kasa wo wasurenaide” = Don’t forget your umbrella
(“Kasa” – umbrella, “Wasurenaide” – Don’t forget)
Repeat after me: Kasa wo wasurenaide

You can also add the phrase “kudasai” at the end to make it polite.
“Kasa wo wasurenaide kudasai” – Don’t forget your umbrella, please!

OK, keep up the good work and don’t forget your umbrella.
See you in the next episode of Speakin’ Japanese!

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