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Take a Bite out of These Shark Week Words!

Take a Bite out of These Shark Week Words!

シャークウィーク用語をひとかじり!
14 Words • 15 Comments
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beach
(n)
beach
砂浜
sandy beach
(n)
beach
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ocean
(n)
ocean
サメが、海を泳いでいる。
The shark is swimming in the ocean.
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(n)
ocean
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shark
サメ (n)サメ
shark
ホオジロザメ
great white shark
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サメ (n)サメ
shark
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diving
ダイビング (n)ダイビング
diving
ダイビング (n)ダイビング
diving
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attack
攻撃する (v)攻撃する
attack
攻撃する (v)攻撃する
attack
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hammerhead shark
シュモクザメ シュモクザメ
hammerhead shark
シュモクザメ シュモクザメ
hammerhead shark
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seal
あざらし (n)あざらし
seal
あざらしがフラフープを回している。
The seal is spinning hula hoops.
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あざらし (n)あざらし
seal
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fish
(n)
fish
魚が水の中を泳いでいる。
The fish is swimming in the water.
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fish
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swim
泳ぐ (v)泳ぐ
swim
プールで泳ぐ
swim in a pool
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泳ぐ (v)泳ぐ
swim
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bite
噛む (v)噛む
bite
噛む (v)噛む
bite
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fin
ヒレ (n)ヒレ
fin
ヒレ (n)ヒレ
fin
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great white shark
ホホジロザメ (n)ホホジロザメ
great white shark
ホホジロザメ (n)ホホジロザメ
great white shark
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megalodon
メガロドン (n)メガロドン
megalodon
メガロドン (n)メガロドン
megalodon
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This year, Shark Week starts earlier.
今年のシャーク・ウィークは、例年より早くに始まります。 今年のシャーク・ウィークは、例年より早くに始まります。
This year, Shark Week starts earlier.
今年のシャーク・ウィークは、例年より早くに始まります。 今年のシャーク・ウィークは、例年より早くに始まります。
This year, Shark Week starts earlier.
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avatar JapanesePod101.com Tuesday at 3:53 pm

Hey listeners! Did we miss any other words? Write them down here!

avatar Japanesepod101.com Tuesday at 7:34 pm

Hi Lochan,

Thanks for your kind reply to our team! 😄

Regarding your question on anime, please check out our special video lesson with Risa:
Ask Risa: Your Japanese Questions Answered> Can You Learn Japanese From Anime? Japanese Learning Tips: https://www.japanesepod101.com/2017/03/25/ask-risa-your-japanese-questions-answered-6-can-you-learn-japanese-from-anime-japanese-learning-tips/

Please let us know if you have any further questions.😉

Sincerely,

Cristiane (クリスチアネ)
Team Japanesepod101.com

avatar Lochan Tuesday at 7:16 pm

Arigatou Motoko-chan!😁😁 and Japanese pod 101

avatar Lochan Tuesday at 7:14 pm

What’s the difference between Anime life and Real Japanese life….I know this doesn’t relate to the topic😀

avatar JapanesePod101.com Wednesday at 10:53 am

Lochan-san konnichiwa,

Thank you for your feedback.
Do you mean romaji doesn’t match katakana? You’re right. 😞
It’s fixed now! Please check it out!

For your information, ‘great white shark’ is hohojirozame, but some people call it as hōjirozame (ホオジロザメ).

Stay tuned,
Motoko
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar Japanesepod101.com Monday at 11:18 am

Lochan san,
Konnichiwa.
Thank you for your comment.
That is ‘きちんときいていますか.’😄
Yuki 由紀
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar Lochan Monday at 7:01 pm

Hey,I love Japanese

Please.make a lesson on Candy’s and snacks.
What phrase can I use to say “are you even listening”?

avatar JapanesePod101.com Wednesday at 11:04 am

CoffeeAddict さん、
Konnichiwa.
Thank you for helping C. Shook san.😄
Yuki 由紀
Team JapanesePod101.com

avatar CoffeeAddict Monday at 3:55 pm

C. Shook, to add to the answer - alone, the word same stays with the sa pronunciation. This is the case when speaking of sharks in general. I think Sa changes to Za when there’s a preceding word (a noun/modifying noun - for the type of shark), and when you’re talking about specific ones. So hoojirozame is a great white shark.

avatar JapanesePod101.com Sunday at 9:09 pm

C.Shook san,
Konnichiwa.
We have other pronunciation changes however, we don’t have this kind of lesson.
Yes, you can call her 奈津子先生. 😄
Yuki 由紀
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avatar C.Shook Sunday at 10:50 pm

奈津子先生,

Thank you so much for your help!
I awfully appreciate it😄
This “pronunciation-related changes” sounds interesting.
Is there a lesson that talks about this subject?
Thank you again, 奈津子先生, for taking the time to answer my question! 😁

PS: I call you “先生” which is “teacher”, yes?
I apologize. I’m new.