BEGINNING JAPANESE L46: You can say, “There’s a penguin.” in Japanese. 10/13/2020 No Comments Translate the following sentences into Japanese. 1. There is a penguin over there.2. There aren’t any sheep here. Answers:1. あそこに ペンギンが います。Asoko ni penguin ga imasu.2. ここに ひつじは いません。Koko ni hitsuji wa imasen. Great! masuparticle Previous Post Next Post You may also like 10/13/2020 L48: You can count the number of small animals in Japanese. 10/01/2020 L40: You can use i-adjectives in the negative forms. 09/13/2020 L28: You can say, “I’m a student, too.” in Japanese.