Japanese learning

Some Hiragana tips

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Today’s little hiragana point: Please remember when “wa” is used as particle, it is represented as “は” instead of “わ” The hiragana “わ” is used when it is used as a vocabulary. For example, わたし (watashi = I = vocabulary) Particle wo is always represented as “を” For example, わたしは (watashi wa), すしを (sushi wo), たべます (tabemasu)

Japanese culture

boonenkai (忘年会)

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Boonenkai can be directly translated into English to “forget the year party.” Japanese people would usually go out to a restaurant or bar, and it usually involves a lot of drinking (Yatta!!!). To thank each other for their hard work for the year, to forget any bad times or difficulties from the past year and […]