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CONTENTS

1 Be careful of accidents involving water
2 The Event Calendar Funabashi
3 all foreign nationals living in Japan
4 Did you pay civil taxes first due in June?
5 Town Watching (Evacuation Shelter)
6 Bon Festival
7 Specialty product of Funabashi  < Pears >
8 Japanese Cooking
     ~Yaki-soba
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9 Japanese Expressions
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Japanese Expressions
 
 

We would like to introduce some words which express emotion.

1, haraharasuru.

  Uneasy feeling when you think something bad may happen.

  Example situation; when you watch a suspense movie.

2. wakuwakusuru.

  Exciting feeling when you expect something good.

  Example situation; when you go to travel with your friend next day.

 3. irairasuru.

  Irritated feeling when things don’t go well.

  Example situation; while you are in a traffic jam.

4. mesomesosuru.

  Shed tears because of sadness and pain.

  Example situation; when your father get angry with you.

5. dokidokisuru.

  Uneasy feeling when you cannot expect what happens.

 Example situation;

    a) when you have an interview for a job.

    b) when you have a first date with a person this weekend.

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