Did you know? The Japanese word アルバイト (arubaito) which means “part-time job” in English, comes from the German word “Arbeit.” However, “Arbeit” does not mean “part-time job” in German… This manga excerpt is from the 4th Book in the series 日本人の知らない日本語 (nihonjin no shiranai nihongo) - The Japanese The Japanese Don’t Know! \(◕ω◕)/☆ Click here to get yours!! http://punipunijapan.storenvy.com/products/5218595-4-nihonjin-no-shiranai-nihongo-4

Did you know? The Japanese word アルバイト (arubaito) which means “part-time job” in English, comes from the German word “Arbeit.” However, “Arbeit” does not mean “part-time job” in German…

This manga excerpt is from the 4th Book in the series 日本人の知らない日本語 (nihonjin no shiranai nihongo) - The Japanese The Japanese Don’t Know! \(◕ω◕)/☆

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Adjectives are an important part of learning Japanese because they are used to describe things \(◕ω◕)/☆Read our video review notes!  →http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-grammar-adjectives/

Adjectives are an important part of learning Japanese because they are used to describe things \(◕ω◕)/☆Read our video review notes!  →http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-grammar-adjectives/

Please watch our Japanese Grammar Video Learn about the two types of Japanese adjectives: い-adjectives and な-adjectives \(◕ω◕)/☆ http://youtu.be/mYRCfzNx57s

This mistake is very easy to make, and it is one that is very commonly made by foreigners in Japan, usually to the consequence of great embarassment on both ends (>ω<;)☆  The girl wanted to say「すわっていいですか?」(suwatte ii desu ka?) Which means "Can I sit down?" But, she made a little mistake with the verb sound and accidentally said「さわっていいですか?」(sawatte ii desu ka?) Which means “Can I touch you?” To make sure that you don’t make the same embarassing mistake, make sure you know the difference between the verbs すわる (suwaru) - to sit - and さわる (sawaru) - to touch!  Do you want to read this book more? Get yours here! →http://punipunijapan.storenvy.com/products/5218562-3-nihonjin-no-shiranai-nihongo-3

This mistake is very easy to make, and it is one that is very commonly made by foreigners in Japan, usually to the consequence of great embarassment on both ends (>ω<;)☆

The girl wanted to say「すわっていいですか?」(suwatte ii desu ka?) Which means "Can I sit down?"

But, she made a little mistake with the verb sound and accidentally said「さわっていいですか?」(sawatte ii desu ka?) Which means “Can I touch you?”

To make sure that you don’t make the same embarassing mistake, make sure you know the difference between the verbs すわる (suwaru) - to sit - and さわる (sawaru) - to touch!

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Read our video review notes to learn how to use the Japanese expressions なんてね!(nante ne!) and なんちゃって!(nanchatte!) (◕ω&lt;)☆ http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-phrases-nanchatte/

Read our video review notes to learn how to use the Japanese expressions なんてね!(nante ne!) and なんちゃって!(nanchatte!) (◕ω<)☆ http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-phrases-nanchatte/

Do you know how to say “Just kidding!” in Japanese? Watch our new video to find out! \(◕ω◕)/☆

Download our FREE Japanese E-Book and learn how to Speak Japanese with Confidence! ヾ(๑&gt;∀&lt;๑)/ Click here! →http://bit.ly/1nq0wSv

Download our FREE Japanese E-Book and learn how to Speak Japanese with Confidence! ヾ(๑>∀<๑)/ Click here! →http://bit.ly/1nq0wSv

How do you say &#8220;Drink too much&#8221; in Japanese(◕ω&lt;)?To learn how, click here!!→http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-grammar-sugiru/

How do you say “Drink too much” in Japanese(◕ω<)?
To learn how, click here!!→http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-grammar-sugiru/

Watch our video and learn how to express excessiveness in Japanese using すぎる (sugiru) \(◕ω◕)/☆ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6SxPj06spc

Japanese people love to abbreviate things! (&gt;ω&lt;)☆ For example, air conditioner in Japanese is エアコン (Air Con)! Learn more Japanese Appliance Vocab here: http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-vocabulary-home-appliances/

Japanese people love to abbreviate things! (>ω<)☆ For example, air conditioner in Japanese is エアコン (Air Con)! Learn more Japanese Appliance Vocab here: http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-vocabulary-home-appliances/

Watch our Japanese Vocabulary Video to learn how to say home appliances such as refrigerator and microwave in Japanese! \(◕ω<)/☆ http://youtu.be/VeyFWG6h_-s

日本人の知らない日本語 (nihonjin no shiranai nihongo) is a fun and interesting way to learn more about Japanese language including word origin and culture♡ For example, did you know that there used to be more hiragana characters than there are now(◕ω&lt;)? Get yours here and learn more! →http://bit.ly/1sQNsYY

日本人の知らない日本語 (nihonjin no shiranai nihongo) is a fun and interesting way to learn more about Japanese language including word origin and culture♡ For example, did you know that there used to be more hiragana characters than there are now(◕ω<)? Get yours here and learn more! →http://bit.ly/1sQNsYY

Do you understand why this is funny(&gt;ω&lt;)?Read the manga 日本人の知らない日本語 (nihonjin no shiranai nihongo) - The Japanese The Japanese Don&#8217;t Know?Get yours here! →http://bit.ly/1sQNsYY

Do you understand why this is funny(>ω<)?
Read the manga 日本人の知らない日本語 (nihonjin no shiranai nihongo) - The Japanese The Japanese Don’t Know?
Get yours here! →http://bit.ly/1sQNsYY