万年床 Unmade Bedding

万年床

unmade bedding



The word:

Closer look at the kanji:

B = Beginner | I = Intermediate
| A = Advanced

万年床
man nen doko

unmade bedding

man 10,000

nen year(s)

doko bed, floor, tatami



百万 hyaku man – 1,000,000 – a million [B]

万歳 ban zai – hurrah! banzai! hooray! [usually said 3 times in a row] [B]
来年 rai nen – next year [B]
半年 han toshi – half a year [I]
病床 byou shou – sick bed [A]
床屋 toko ya – barber shop [A]

Fred keeps an orderly house.


SUGGESTED USAGE:

10年間敷きっぱなしの万年床は、僕の自慢だ。
juu nen kan shikippanashi no mannendoko wa, boku no jiman da.

My 10 year long unmade futon is the source of my pride.

ABOUT SUGGESTED USAGE:

10年間 juu nen kan – 10 year long the KAN makes it 10 years long instead of just the tenth year.

敷きっぱなし shikippanashi – left spread out SHIKU means spread out, laid out; PANASHI comes from HANASU and means left loose

no – the possessive This connects SHIKIPPANASHI with MANNENDOKO
僕の boku no – my I with the possessive particle
自慢 ji man – pride

da – the simple form of DESU


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