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Hey listeners! What’s your favorite Japanese word? Write it down here!
thank you for your post.:smile:
However, could you please tell me the meaning of ‘今日私の好きなは超です、じゃあ、かっこいいもです’?
I see. You love anime.
Anime is one of good tools for studying Japanese.
Hi! I definitely favour this idea!
Not to mention that thanks to you now I know more nice words like oishii and natsukashii. :smile:
As for myself, my favorite word is neither kawaii nor anime, as it would be expected for someone who basically came here from anime, but tomo. I was searching for my "own" word since I got acquainted with Japanese. Then I found the one kanji that contain a lot of things I appreciated. I liked how it looked, its rarity and meaning, and how it could be pronounced with that cute sound that I liked the most back then, and even how its corresponding hiragana character looked like. I can only guess that it's all due to Chi from Chobits, the first thing that I ever watched with subs. :smile:
that is sooooo sweet! Thank you very much:smile::heart:
The favourite word of JapanesePod team would be hiepnguyenbg:wink:
you sound like Japanese!
You're right; that's a word we can't translate into English and it just expresses
a lot of different feelings.:innocent:
なつかしい -- roughly "a sense of nostalgia"
So many things I like about this word. It sounds nice and I think it's a more elegant way to express fond feelings towards the past. It's one of those words I feel like doesn't have an appropriate english equivalent.
My favorite words are "Japanesepod101" and "Natsuko sensei" :smile:
Thank you for everything.
that's quite a list! :sunglasses::thumbsup:
Just one little note: instead of kanbaru desu, it should be "ganmari masu":wink:
> Sharif Sircar san,
I can see you're very into specific anime:grin:
Thank you for letting us know about the mistake!! You're right; that's very wrong in several levels:sweat_smile:
I'll speak to my team about it.
you're very right:sweat_smile: Thank you very much!
I always say, "Good morning,"to the people I meet on my way home from work.
Should be instead:
I always say, "Good evening,"to the people I meet on my way home from work.
my favourite Japanese words?
BTW The sample sentence for おはようございます is incorrect.