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Word of the Week: 飲みニケーション

Word of the Week: 飲みニケーション

It’s time for Word of the Week again! Last time we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘ne’ (ね), and focussed on words and phrases using the word ねこ (cat). This week I’m looking for a word or phrase beginning with ‘no’ (の). A big thank you to the one person who joined in with … Continue reading

Word of the Week: ねこ words & phrases

Word of the Week: ねこ words & phrases

It’s time for Word of the Week again! Last time we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘ni’ (に), and focussed on the phrase ニコニコする (nikoniko suru), which means ‘to smile’. This week I’m looking for a word or phrase beginning with ‘ne’ (ね). A big thank you to everyone who joined in with their suggestions: … Continue reading

Word of the Week: ニコニコする

Word of the Week: ニコニコする

It’s time for Word of the Week again! Last week we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘na’ (な), and focussed on the word 懐かしい (natsukashii), which is the feeling you get when something reminds you of the past. This week I’m looking for a word or phrase beginning with ‘ni’ (に). A big thank you … Continue reading

Word of the Week: 懐かしい

Word of the Week: 懐かしい

It’s time for Word of the Week again! Last week we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘to’ (と), and focussed on the word とんでもない (tondemonai), which means ‘unthinkable’, ‘absolutely not’, or ‘don’t mention it’. This week I’m looking for a word or phrase beginning with ‘na’ (な). A big thank you to everyone who joined … Continue reading

Word of the Week: とんでもない

Word of the Week: とんでもない

It’s time for Word of the Week again! Last week we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘te’ (て), and focussed on the word 手作り (てづくり) (tezukuri), which means ‘handmade’. This week I’m looking for a word or phrase beginning with ‘to’ (と). A big thank you to everyone who joined in with their suggestions: Japan … Continue reading

Word of the Week: 手作り

Word of the Week: 手作り

It’s time for Word of the Week again! Last week we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘tsu’ (つ), and focussed on the expression 付き合う (tsukiau), which means ‘to associate with’, ‘to accompany’ or ‘to date’. This week I’m looking for a word or phrase beginning with ‘te’ (て). A big thank you to everyone who … Continue reading

Word of the Week: 付き合う

Word of the Week: 付き合う

Word of the Week is back! I toyed with the idea of taking a longer break, but a few of you have commented that you really enjoy these posts (thank you!) so I thought I should continue as soon as possible. In the last post we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘chi’ (ち), … Continue reading

Word of the Week: ちくしょう!

Word of the Week: ちくしょう!

It’s time for Word of the Week again! Last week we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘ta’ (た), and focussed on the expression 食べ放題 (tabehoudai), which means ‘all-you-can-eat’. This week I’m looking for a word or phrase beginning with ‘chi’ (ち). A big thank you to everyone who joined in with their suggestions … Continue reading

Word of the Week: 食べ放題

Word of the Week: 食べ放題

It’s time for Word of the Week again! Last week we looked at a Japanese word or phrase beginning with ‘so’ (そ), and focussed on the word 染める (someru), which means ‘to dye’. This week I’m looking for a word or phrase beginning with ‘ta’ (た). Unfortunately no one joined in with any suggestions this week, which was a … Continue reading