Can someone translate this into Japanese Kanji for me?

"Teaching his little sister"

Can you translate it into Japanese Kanji?

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    彼の妹を教えている。  (informal)

    Kare no imouto o oshiete iru.

    彼の妹を教えています。 (formal)

    Kare no imouto o oshiete imasu.

    Source(s): Me
  • 4 years ago

    Well, here's the thing. Not all Japanese words can be written in Kanji, you must be confusing it with Chinese. The correst way to put it is, "how to translate into Japanese with kanji, hiragana, and katakana." It's said those who don't sleep confuse reality with dream 寝ない者は夢と現実を困惑すると言われる。 Pronunciation: ne-na-i mo-no-wa yu-me-to gen-ji-tsu-wo kon-wa-ku-su-ru-to i-wa-le-lu. Literally: Sleep don't ones is dream and reality the confuse do to be said. Notice I used "l" instead of the "r" sound because Japanese doesn't have the "r" tongue. Even if the romanji said "ra" or "re" or something else, read it as if it's an "l" at the beggining.

  • 7 years ago

    彼の妹に教えています(polite)

    彼の妹に教えてる(colloquial)

    i may be wrong, but i'm pretty sure that 妹を教えます means that he's teaching someone about his little sister

    Source(s): me
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