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  1. Proverb gRokujyu no tenaraih (Never too late to learn.)

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    This is a saying that even an ld person at the age of 60(rokujyu) can begin to learn new knowledge and skill. 

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    The phrase means also a modest manner.

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    You may come across a similar conversation: 

    gI want to learn English conversation.  But Ifm afraid itfs difficult at my age to make progress.h

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     gDonft mention it.  Myself, for instance, took a driverfs license and begun to play golf as the proverb says Rokujyu no tenarai.h

  2. Expression using a part of the body. gEarh

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    gNemimi ni Mizu.h (A total surprise) The phrase is originated in g Waking up by being amazed at flood sound .h which means to be surprised by an unexpected event. 

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    For instance gNews of Nemimi ni Mizu or Surprising newsh

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    And gKabe ni mimi arih means that walls have ears. So it may  say that  someone at someplace can listen for your talk.

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    gYou may come across a similar conversation.  The secret talk must be done at the selected site as the proverb says Kabe ni mimi ari.h

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