My homework is to answer this question.

なんようび に 日本語 の クラス が ありますか

I believe this question is asking "What day do i have Japanese class on?"

I want to say "I have Japanese class on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday." Is this how I would say that?

日本語 の クラス  に  げつようび と すいようび と きんようび あります。


  • You said あります did you mean あります? – ajsmart Nov 1 '18 at 20:07
  • @ajsmart yes sorry – bassxzero Nov 1 '18 at 20:08

Almost, but not quite. Your answer is almost saying, "The class has Mon., Wed., and Fri." What you need to say is, "As for the class, it is on Mon., Wed., Fri.".

Protip: If you want to impress your teacher, you can contract げつようび と すいようび と きんようび into げっすいきん.

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    So should I say - nihongo no kurasu wa getsuyoubi to suiyoubi to kinyoubi arimasu? – bassxzero Nov 1 '18 at 20:24
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    + 1 for the protip ;) – 永劫回帰 Nov 1 '18 at 21:47
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    @bassxzero, you should either use ni arimasu or desu to conclude your sentence. arimasu alone does not work. – 永劫回帰 Nov 1 '18 at 21:49

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