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Welcome back everyone! We realize that most of you had 2 days of relaxing, feasting and good times! That is why, we’re starting the week of nice and slow. We’re back with the second edition of Survival Phrases. We have a whole new set of indispensable phrases that you don’t want to miss!
Due to the positive response and the number of people heading to Japan, we decided to give you this year’s last installment of survival phrases a little early! In this edition, we get another dose of essential phrases; plus some tips on dining at someone’s house. This episode is another must for all you Japan-bound travellers out there. Don’t miss this one.
We’ve been missing an opening theme for the past 5 lessons, but that all changed today! Our latest hero, Kazushi Takada, cut a new opening intro for us, using Sakura’s vocals. We’ll be using this one for a while, so we take the time to break it down for you and explain the Japanese as this will be daily practice for you. So be sure to iTune in!
Today we tracked down our Alpha-male Kazunori, and we persuade him to introduce himself to the world! Body language is key in any language, and today we introduce the body language that goes along with a self introduction. Don’t miss this chance to consolidate what we worked on last week! Be sure to check out this videocast.
Alright, this is the lesson you’ve all been waiting for! Today we introduce you to some pickup lines, albeit very poor ones, if you can even call them that. You don’t want to miss this one, as we show you how to shower compliments on members of the opposite sex. Not only do we teach you the phrases, Kazunori and I test them out on Natsuko…..tune in to see what happens! Disclaimer: Japanesepod101.com is not responsible or liable for consequences resulting from repeating these phrases in public! Enjoy!