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An oyaji gyagu means a “boring pun” or “an old person’s (flat) joke.”おやじ means “one’s father” or “an old man.” ギャグ comes from “gag” and while the English word can indicate an act (e.g. a practical joke), ギャグ in Japanese is usually verbal speech.Here are a few classic...
How do you say sweet, sour, or spicy in Japanese? Let's take a look at a few tastes words. 酸(す)っぱい suppai—sour そのパイナップル(ぱいなっぷる)は、酸(す)っぱくて食(た)べられなかった。 That pineapple was so sour, I couldn't eat it. [su_spoiler title="Vocabulary and Grammatical Notes" open="no"...
Today’s Japanese word for beginner – はさみ [scissors]. Around this line, please cut with scissors.(kono sen no tokoro wo, hasami de kitte kudasai.
Today’s Japanese word for beginner – りんご [apple]. While under an apple tree, Newton discovered the laws of gravity.(ringo no ki no shita de, nyu-ton wa inryoku no housoku wo hakken shimashita.)
Today’s Japanese word for beginner – 船 [boat; ship]. (I) go to that island by boat.(ano shima niwa, fune de ikimasu.)
Today’s Japanese word for beginner – 傘 [umbrella]. It started raining so I will give you an umbrella.(ame ga futte kita node, kasa wo kashite agemashou.)
Today’s Japanese word for beginner – ワニ [alligator; crocodile]. Alligators are generally very quiet.(wani wa, fudan wa totemo shizuka desu.)
Today’s Japanese word for beginner – みかん [oranges; mandarin orange; satsuma mandarin]. This orange is sweet and delicious.(kono mikan wa, amakute oishii desu.)
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