I’ve recently started Japanese classes again, and I’m hoping I FINALLY take it seriously this time versus the first year where I was just mucking around, not taking notes and waiting for class to be over.
So, today’s words are from my lesson yesterday, and I’m writing it down as quickly as I can in order not to forget!
Isoide – hurry
Erabimasu – choose
Atsumemasu – collect/gather
Tokui – specialty
Toku ni – especially
Odorima – dance
Naosu – repair/cure
Kashikoi – smart
Toku ni is a phrase I often hear at work, and I always got it confused with tokoro (place) and toki (time), so I was quite surprised to find out its actual meaning had nothing to do with either tokoro or toki!
If you missed Japanese Word I’m Learning, check out the previous words I’ve learnt here.
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