How would you say “I only speak a little Japanese” in Japanese? 0o?

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  • 私は日本語を少しだけ話します。

    わたしはにほんごをすこしだけはなします。

    Watashi wa nihongo wo sukoshi dake hanashimasu.

    私「わたし」(watashi)= I / me

    は(wa)= topic particle (thus ‘watashi wa’ means that the topic of the sentence is ‘me’)

    日本語「にほんご」(nihongo)= Japanese language

    *日本「にほん」(nihon)= Japan

    *語「ご」(go)= language

    を(wo)= object particle (thus in this case, Japanese language is the object)

    少し「すこし」(sukoshi)= a bit, a little

    だけ「だけ」(dake)= only

    話します「はなします」(hanashimasu)= to talk, to speak (polite)

    *話す「はなす」(hanasu)= to talk, to speak (informal)

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  • 私は日本語が少しだけ話せます。

    watashi ha

    nihongo ga

    sukosi

    dake

    hanasemasu

    I am able to speak Japanese a little

    this phrase (above) sounds positive.

    私は日本語が少ししか話せません。

    watashi ha

    nihongo ga

    sukosi

    sika

    hanasemasen

    This phrase (above) sounds a little negative.

    I am only able to speak Japanese a little.

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    I can't speak Japanese [well]. 日本語を「よく」話せません。 Nihongo o [yoku] hanasemasen. (nee-hohn-goh oh [yo-koo] hah-nah-seh-mah-sen)

  • watashi wa nihongo wo sukoshi dake hanashimasu

    tama ba yan ?

  • watashi wa(ha) nihongo ga sukoshi hanashimasu.

    私は日本語がすこしはなします。

  • watashiwa nihongo ga sukoshi wakarimasu

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