にほんごはうす の しおり と あやの です💁🏻♀️💁🏽♀️💗
きょうの テーマは かれし💑💘
Today’s topic is a “boyfriend”!
かれし/かのじょ ができたら ともだちに ほうこく するよね！そんなときに つかえる にほんごを しょうかいするよ😆
Are you ready?
かれし ー boyfriend (girlfriend = かのじょ)
せがたかい ー tall
やさしい ー kind, gentle, sweet
かっこいい ー handsome, hot
もとかれ ー ex-boyfriend (ex-gf=もとかの)
みんなは この どうが みたいな シチュエーションに なったことある？
Does anyone have the same experience as this video?? Tell us in the comment🤭🤭
13 4911 hours ago
The weirdness that is Duolingo.
I've been doing @duolingo for quite a while now consistently. I won't say it's done anything magical by it self or that is perfect but any "basic" sentence on a topic they covered that ive done I can pretty much parse.
They also did an update for Japanese that does improve some things and reset my tree that I had completed all the way to level four 😂
I do really wish they had a type input feature on the phone in addition to the desktop.
My goal now is to get everything back to at least level 1.
Also I want to get back into lingo deer too but not enough time to do both and my language program right now .
A.どんな料理（what kind of food）が好きですか。
B.そうですね。（used when you are thanking to yourself）すきやきも好きです。
A.お（おis usually used in the women's speech）とうふも好きですか。
On Monday I invited @ocha_natalie to talk to my community about her strategy for learning Kanji. The Kanji Code.
As a student, Natalie was frustrated and actually gave up on Japanese because of Kanji!
However, after a break, and with a friend, she set herself a Kanji learning challenge and went on to discover her own code for Kanji memorisation. Having realised this could help other people, she published a book to share the strategy!
Her Kanji masterclass on Monday was fantastic and really inspired my members (and me) to take a different approach to Kanji learning and, in turn, enjoy the process.
Thank you Natalie!
Here is the link to the book's page, which also contains links to the social media profiles.
Here is the list of phonetic components that appear in the book. So people can use them with Memrise or another memory app, and so there is now an 'official' list of the phonetic components if people want to google it.
Something I've been trying to do is to do a section of the paper that I don't normally do. So I tried the medical section. Don't actually know the title kanji at all really just some radical parts.
It may not look like it but it was a lot harder then doing the food or even culture sections of the paper. Got to up my medical related kanji.