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「かわいさでは誰にも負けないわよ。」 = Kawaisa dewa darenimo makenai wayo. = Nobody can beat my “cuteness” 「このドラマ面白みに欠けるよね。」 = Kono dorama omoshiromi ni kakeru yone. = This drama lacks of interesting factor. = This drama is kind of dull. Hi everyone! I’m Fraggle, your guest teacher for today. I applied to be a guest teacher almost a […]
「晩御飯にまたトロ、買っておいてね。」 = Bangohan ni mata toro, katte oite ne. = Buy me fatty tuna for dinner again for me. 「もう、これ以上、遊ばせておかないからね。勉強するよ！」 = Mou, kore ijou, asobasete okanai karane. Benkyou suruyo! = I am not going to let you play anymore. We are going to study now, OK? Hi everyone! I am Sano, the guest teacher […]
Have you ever come across an odd Japanese phrase that just makes… no sense whatsoever?
You think you understand what all the individual words in the phrase mean—but that meaning doesn’t seem to mean anything.
This is a ridiculously common …
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「僕と、となりにいるパンダとどっちがかわいい？」 = Boku to tonari ni iru Panda to docchi ga kawaii? = Who is cuter? Me or the Panda next to me? Hi everyone! Today’s guest teacher is my angel buddy, Sniff-Sensei from Greece. ***** Hi, I am Sniff! I volunteered to be a guest teacher here for my friend, Alexandra. I am going […]
How many times have you listened to awkward, artificial Japanese dialogues starring robotic office workers, stereotypical gaijin and deep-voiced, authoritarian narrators?
If you’re a typical learner of Japanese, by now you’ve been through a few years of forced listening.
「もしもし、クッキーさんいますか？」 = Moshimoshi, Cookie san imasu ka? = Hello, Is Cookie-san there? 「はい、僕ですが…どちら様ですか？」 = Hai, boku desu ga… Dochira sama desu ka? = This is he. Who is calling please? Hello everyone. I am Cookie. 元気だった？= Genki datta? = How have you been? In today’s lesson we’ll learn how to make a phone call in […]