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Japanese Slang: “Sekoi せこい”

11月 14, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
Japanese Slang! How do you say ‘petty’ ‘stingy’ ‘cheap’ or ‘tight’ in Japanese?   "Sekoi  せこい" Definition:  This word means to be petty,...
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Japanese Slang: “Love-Love ラブラブ”

11月 14, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
Japanese Slang! How do you say ‘lovey dovey’ ‘love birds’ ‘head-over-heels in love’ or ‘madly in love with each other’ in Japanese?  "Love-L...
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Japanese Slang: “Soku-resu 即レス”

11月 12, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
Japanese Slang! How to say “replying to someone’s email immediately” in Japanese? "Soku-resu  即レス" Meaning:  An instant response during ...
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How to say “steal” “copy” “rip off” in Japanese? 【Pakuru パクる】

11月 01, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
How to say “steal” “copy” “rip off” in Japanese? 【"Pakuru" パクる; verb】 Meaning: To steal a thing or idea; to imitate something. Its nou...
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How to say “replying to someone’s email immediately” in Japanese? – 【Soku resu】

11月 01, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
How to say “replying to someone's email immediately” in Japanese? →【Soku resu 即レス】名詞 Meaning: An instant response during an email exch...
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Japanese Slang: “suppin すっぴん”

8月 02, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
Japanese Slang! How to say ” “face with no make-up” in Japanese→ Suppin 【すっぴん】(名詞) Meaning: Being without make-up is known as "suppin." ...
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Zenkokuji Temple- devoted to ‘Bishamonten’

6月 22, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
Zenkokuji Temple- devoted to ‘Bishamonten’ On the way to Kagurazaka is the Zenkokuji Temple. From ILS it takes about 7 minutes to reach on ...
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What is “say when” in Japanese?: Ii tokoro de ittene いいところでいってね

6月 18, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
What is "say when" in Japanese?: Ii tokoro de ittene いいところでいってね Meaning When you are pouring someone a drink, you can use the expression, ...
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What is “close! Almost!” in Japanese? : oshii! おしい(惜しい)

6月 18, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
What is "close! almost!" in Japanese?  : oshii!  おしい!  Meaning When you want to say something was close or almost successful, you can use ...
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What is “After you.” in Japanese? : Dozo, osakini どうぞ、おさきに

6月 18, 2012 | by | CATEGORY: Japanese blog
What is "After you." in Japanese? : Dozo, osakini どうぞ、おさきに * Formal Example: (On an elevator) A: "Douzo, o-saki ni." "After you." ...
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