Japanese Reading Together Phrases – Phrase of the Day Calendar

Learning Japanese with your family? Here are six phrases in Japanese that you can use when reading together! Be sure to pick and choose which phrases work best for your family!

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Isshoni yomouka.

Would you like to read together?



Dono hon yomitai?

Which book do you want to read?


Dono gohon yomitai?

Which book do you want to read? (for babies and toddlers)



Kono hanashi sukidatta?

Did you like the book? (Japanese – the story)


Kono ohanashi sukidatta?

Did you like the book? (for babies and toddlers)



Kono hanashi suki.

I liked the book. (I liked the story.)


Kono ohanashi suki.

I liked the book. (for babies and toddlers)



Isshoni hon yomuno daisuki.

I love reading with you.



Mainichi isshoni honwo yonderunda.

We read together every day.

These phrases are from our phrasebook Use Japanese at Home, which is made by native Japanese speakers.

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