Some days, it feels really hard to study Japanese because I just don’t find it an easy language at all. Learning all of it at once is pretty overwhelming – it’s a completely different sentence structure, grammar is different and I’m pretty lost with vocabulary. This is why I’ve started documenting down what I learn in more digestible bits, in hopes that it’s easy to read and understand.
So, let’s go!
Tobu – to fly
Haku – to wear/put on (lower body)
Torinozoku – to remove
Taisetsu na – important
Iu – to say
Shintoujou – new appearance
If you like Japanese Word I’m Learning, check out the previous words I’ve learnt here.
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