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「”犬”生、楽しもうよ! 」 = “Ken”sei, tanishimou yo! = Let’s enjoy our dog life! Hi everyone! I spent my summer vacation in Canada and met this lovely friend, Dawson at a wonderful B&B in Charlottetown in Prince Edward Island. I asked her to be our guest teacher and she said “ワン ! = Wan!” means “I’d love
猫に生まれてよかった ! = Neko ni umarete yokatta. = We are very happy to have been born cats. Hi everyone! Today’s guest teachers are these precious cat teachers, Jinny and Sonia. They are my angel buddies. いいゲスト先生に来てもらってよかった！ = Ii gesuto sensei ni kite moratte yokatta! = I am glad that we have great guest teachers. *******
You’re now a member of the Advanced Learners Club. Welcome.
We’re all mad as hatters here.
Mostly because we were told there would be an open bar, and yet here we are paying $8 for a bottle of beer.
「あの～…もう１時間も待っているんですが…昼ご飯はまだですか？ もう１２時ですよ。」 = Anoo…Mou ichijikan mo matte irundesuga… hirugohan wa mada desu ka? Mou juuniji desu yo. = Excuse me…. I’ve been waiting for one hour already. Isn’t my lunch ready yet? It’s already 12 o’clock you know. Hi everyone! Hi, I am Minky. I am back again! また来ましたよ= Mata kimashita yo. Today’s lesson is
For example, when conjugating verbs, I somewhat get confused & I’m often corrected by others that I use the rude form of a verb. Right now I’m learning
I saw you use 調子 in the sentence 体の調子が悪いとき、医者へ行きます to mean When I am not feeling well, I visit the doctor. By that I’m guessing that 調子 means feeling,
Conner「昨日は、９時間しか寝ていないからもっと寝させて。」 = Kinou wa, kujikan shika nete inai kara motto nesasete.] = I ONLY slept for nine hours, so please let me sleep a little longer. Buster「ずるい！Connerだけ、かわいいの着てる！」 = Zurui! Conner dake, kawaii no kiteru. = Not fair! Only you are wearing something cute. Conner「今日だけくまにならせてよ。」 = Kyou dake kuma ni narasete yo. = Let me be
「枝毛を整えてください。」 = Edage wo totonoete kudasai. = Could you trim the split ends? Hi everyone! Am I gorgeous or what? Today’s lesson is a request lesson. I will teach you useful phrases and vocabulary that you can use at a hair salon in Japan. When I made this lesson, I asked my Twitter followers what