Welcome to Lesson 2 stands for "Kore, Sore, and Are" Japanese language has a number of pronouns, these words are commonly used demonstrative pronouns in Japanese.
For further understanding let's take a look for a simple and concrete example of these words.
suggest closeness to the speaker. KORE is equivalent to the word 'This' which means pointing to the things near at you.
For ex. KORE WA OMOI (this is heavy)
Distance to the speaker and its closeness to the listener. SORE is equivalent to the word 'that/those' which means pointing to something far from you.
For ex. SORE O KAIMASU KA? ( Are you going to buy that?)
Distance from the speaker as well as the listener. ARE is equivalent to the word 'that over there/those over there'
For ex. ARE WA JON SAN NO KABAN DESU [that (over there) is John's bag]
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