Introducing in Japanese?
How do introduce in a basic way,
(my family consists my mum, my dad, my brother and me)
(: romaji and hiragana or katakana.
BTW does this make sense?
My dog is cute, and energetic.
Watashino inuha kawaikute, genkidesu
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
my family consists my mum, my dad, my brother and me
Watashino kazoku wa otousan okaasan oniisan (otouto) soshite watashi desu
You should put "my dad" before "my mum" in Japanese. It's just a custom.
soshite = and
onisan =big brother otouto = younger brother
oneesan=big sister imouto=younger sister
Your sentence makes sense but doesn't convey the meaning of "energetic" well.
This might be better: 私の犬は可愛くて、すごく（すっごく）元気です。
Watashino inuha kawaikute, sugoku (suggoku) genkidesu
sugoku = very, much, so etc.
Watashino inuha kawaikute, genki ippai desu
ippai = full of ...
- 9 years ago
Kazoku de okaa-san to otou-san to onii-san (older brother)/otoutou (younger brother) to watashi ga imasu.
And your sentence is correct!Source(s): I'm about 80% sure this is right. I've been learning Japanese for a while, but I still qualify as a beginner.