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CONTENTS

1 Japanese Sake Ⅰ
2 The Event Calendar

3 Funabashi Cleanup Day on Nov. 18

4 Japanese learning support
for non-Japanesechildren
/students
5 Influenza Vaccinations
6 To keep a Pet Dog
7 Specialty product of Funabashi< Cyclamen >
8 Japanese Cooking
  
~Simmered Vegetables~
9 Japanese Expressions
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Japanese Expressions

 

We would like to introduce some words which express feeling or situation.

 1.     kasakasa

A) light  sound, softly flutter

Example situation;

The leaves rustle in the wind.

B) skin dried

Example situation;

In winter, skin easily become dry.

 2. hokahoka

    A) hot and steamy, warm and homey

Example situation;

Warm and steamy rice is delicious.

          I am warm from exercising.

 3. hetoheto

A) worn out, exhausted

Example situation;

I am worn out by climbing Mt. Fuji today.

 4. mukamuka

A) sick, vomit, nauseate

Example situation;  A bumpy ride on a car makes me feel sick.

B) disgusting

Example situation;

My friend’s attitude disgusted me.

 5. guzuguzu                                                                                                              

A) lazily, slowly

Example situation;

He still lazily stays home though his class begins soon.

       B) complain, mutter, grumble

Example situation; She mutters about being asked to go

  to the market by her mother.



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