果たし状 letter of challenge (to fight)
letter of challenge (to fight)
Closer look at the kanji:
B = Beginner | I = Intermediate
果 ha (tashi) fruit, carry out, succeed
状 jou conditions, form
結果 kekka – result, consequences [B]
年賀状 nen ga jou – New Years card [I]
|A hard day’s work and this is what I get to calm my nerves?!|
ABOUT SUGGESTED USAGE:
何だ nan da – Whats this?! used when surprised – kore wa nan desu ka. is What is this?
近頃 chika goro – recently, as of late another useful recently is saikin
ピンク pinku – pink, the color
紙 kami – paper other kamis include: 髪 kami hair & 神 kami god / God
とか toka – such as… and … used when listing 2 or more examples
レース re-su – lace because in Japanese R and L are transliterated to the same katakana characters, re-su can also mean race
刺繍 shi shuu – embroidery
けしからん keshikaran – impertinent, shameful, unpardonable, inexcusable, outrageous, disgraceful Yes keshikaran can imply all these meanings!
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