Let’s talk about Fruits in Japanese くだもの (果物) is Fruits in Japanese, read as ‘Kudamono’. It can also be translated in its Katakana soundフルーツ (Furu-tsu). You can check on my blog the Japanese of Fruits: Fruits in Japanese Pictures of each fruits with its Japanese names are in this link: Pictures: Fruits in Japanese This is Ringo. I'll … Continue reading Fruits in Japanese
A gadget is defined as a mechanical or electrical device. Most gadgets are now AI-based gadgets. Even children have one or more gadgets, from inexpensive up to the most expensive gadgets. ガジェット is the Katakana sound of Gadget. You can read it through my other blog: Tech Gadgets Name List in Japanese
It’s a bit late but let’s talk about Holy Week.ひじりしゅうかん (聖週間) means Holy week.(Hijiri Shuukan)ひじり (聖) means Holy, while しゅうかん (週間) means week.(Hijiri) (Shuukan) For more, visit my blog: Holy Week in Japanese 'For GOD so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have … Continue reading Holy Week in Japanese
Pronoun is Japanese is だいめいし（代名詞）read as Daimeishi. Learn more on my vlog: Japanese Pronouns See Yah! This is Ringo!
For this week, the word would be: More on my blog: Word of the week See you!
Top Social Media Platforms in Katakana Character Can you name all the social media platforms? For more info, visit my link: Top social media platforms in Katakana Hi!This is Ringo. I will be more active in blogger than here in WordPress though I will still be using this account to promote my other blog. Thank … Continue reading Promoting my other blog
Today’s blog is about Japanese words I often say or used when talking with my clients. I am not that fluent in Japanese though I can speak and read easy Kanji. I’ve been working in a Japanese company for already 10 years and today is the day I was hired, which was on February 11, … Continue reading Most common Japanese words I use in a Japanese company.