How do Japanese People Celebrate the New Year?

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39 COMMENTS

  1. ありがとうございまするさ, with you to learn 日本語, make me very たのしいいいいい😊👍

  2. after years of saying Akemashite Omedetou, then i hear my friends said to me "Akeome koto yoro" which stands for "Akemashite omedetou, kotoshi mo yoroshiku".
    damn those kids with their trendy new slangs 笑笑

  3. For an average English-Speaker [此処], learning [聞く] is very important to the speaker. But even if its okay to teach the most proper enunciation to us, perhaps slowing down the tempo when in Spoken Japanese its (かとん-かとん) plainly easier to 《繰り返すと言う》than <<新幹線の様子>> 。There isn't a color band that helps which moves across the kanji to support how the pronunciation is worded or specifically voiced with saying "Happy New Year's" without really going back and forth with its objective characterizations on the spot and, by personification making out the speaker's clarity. Very quick. Litrrally too fast to repeat generally over afterward. Which out of all of the vocabulary introduced, this one specific phrase is quite important. Surely to improve motivating us to correctly apply it to our own diction [as well] is the strongest point of having these lessons filmed. Yet please … go more slowly. Like in English, we all learn at varying degrees of expression but reassuringly done until perfected. One simply doesn't operate a vehicle as a student by pressing the gas pedal at full throttle to get started. [No], applying the right pressure on the pedal to get it started is correct, and to bring it to the next level in order to move it from a standpoint— to drive. Makes sense ?

  4. Risa's acting gets better and more entertaining every episode! りさ先生ありがとうございました!とてもかわいいです

  5. Just want to let you know that I found your channel sometime last year and since then you've managed to become one of my favorites. I look forward to your videos I just wish you posted more often.

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