How do you say “Studying Japanese is fun!” in Japanese?? Check out our video review notes (◕ω<)☆→http://www.punipunijapan.com/punipuni-lesson-9-fun/
Learn how to say “fun” in Japanese \(◕ω◕)/♪
Japanese Phrases - How to say “fun” and “interesting” in Japanese!
When the wind blows, 風鈴 (ふうりん - fuurin) make a beautiful, soothing chiming sound that will make you feel very relaxed and cool! (◕ω<)♪ - See more at: http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-windchimes-furin/#sthash.qZCXbnGl.dpuf
Have you ever seen Japanese wind chimes?
They are called 風鈴 (ふうりん - fuurin) and they are hung outside of houses and buildings in the summer \(◕ω◕)/
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"Be careful" in Japanese is 気をつけて (ki o tsukete). Read our video review notes to learn more about today’s Japanese phrase! (◕ω<)☆ http://www.punipunijapan.com/japanese-phrases-be-careful/
Do you know how to warn someone of potential danger in Japanese? Watch our video to learn how! \(◕ω◕)/☆
Check out our Japanese grammar video! How to say “I think” in Japanese! 〜と思います(◕ω<)☆ http://youtu.be/K5ibAkWdDgk
Be careful not to mix up kirei and kirai! You might hurt someone’s feelings! \(>ω<;)/★ http://www.storenvy.com/products/5218478-2-nihonjin-no-shiranai-nihongo-2
Student to teacher: “Antonio said that he hates you.”
Teacher: *Shock* “What part of me?”
Student: “Your face!”
Teacher: “My face?!
Student: “And your legs!”
He’s mistaking “kirai” for “kirei.”
きらい (kirai) ＝ hate
きれい (kirei) ＝ pretty
Antonio san ga sensei o kirai da to itteimashita.
Antonio said that he hates you (the teacher).
he wanted to say…
Antonio san ga sensei o kirei da to itteimashita.
Antonio said that you (the teacher) are pretty.
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Please answer in Japanese (◕ω<)b☆
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Summer is the season for fireworks in Japan! (◕ω◕)☆ Fireworks in Japanese is 花火 (はなび – hanabi)! Check out more beautiful pictures and videos of Japanese fireworks here http://www.punipunijapan.com/hanabi-taikai/