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アニメ・マンガの日本語 Japanese in Anime & Manga

アニメ・マンガの日本語 Japanese in Anime & Manga
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Index of /web/labs/langlabs/listen/Genki/Lesson01 Index of /web/labs/langlabs/listen/Genki/Lesson01 Una japonesa en Japón ー ある帰国子女のブログ Learn Japanese Online for Free - it's fun with easy flash quizes! Learn Japanese on the Web What happened when I started a feminist society at schoolWhy I started a feminist society at school I am 17 years old and I am a feminist. I believe in gender equality, and am under no illusion about how far we are from achieving it. Identifying as a feminist has become particularly important to me since a school trip I took to Cambridge last year. A group of men in a car started wolf-whistling and shouting sexual remarks at my friends and me. I asked the men if they thought it was appropriate for them to be abusing a group of 17-year-old girls. For those men we were just legs, breasts and pretty faces. Shockingly, the boys in my peer group have responded in exactly the same way to my feminism. After returning from this school trip I started to notice how much the girls at my school suffer because of the pressures associated with our gender. I decided to set up a feminist society at my school, which has previously been named one of "the best schools in the country", to try to tackle these issues. Our feminist society was derided with retorts such as, "FemSoc, is that for real?

The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter Discovery of Princess Kaguya The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter (竹取物語, Taketori Monogatari?), also known as Princess Kaguya (かぐや姫, Kaguya Hime?, 赫映姫 or 輝夜姫), is a 10th-century Japanese folktale. It primarily details the life of a mysterious girl called Kaguya-hime, who was discovered as a baby inside the stalk of a glowing bamboo plant. Narrative[edit] Taketori no Okina takes Kaguya-hime to his home, Drawn by Tosa Hiromichi, c. 1600 One day, while walking in the bamboo forest, an old, childless bamboo cutter called Taketori no Okina (竹取翁? Eventually, five princes came to Taketori no Okina's residence to ask for Kaguya-hime's hand in marriage. Realizing that it was an impossible task, the first prince returned with an expensive bowl, but after noticing that the bowl did not glow with holy light, Kaguya-hime saw through his deception. After this, the Emperor of Japan, Mikado, came to see the strangely beautiful Kaguya-hime and, upon falling in love, asked her to marry him. Banzhu Guniang[edit]

Kirai – Un geek en Japón by Héctor García — Comida Caja de cerezas de 100 euros No todo es carísimo en Japón pero a veces te encuentras con sorpresas como por ejemplo esta caja de cerezas de Yamagata por 15.000 yenes, unos 106 euros al cambio. Seguir leyendo » Tienda especializada en Kit Kat Mañana abrirá en el centro comercial Seibu en Ikebukuro (Planta B1) la primera tienda del mundo especializada exclusivamente en la venta de diferentes variedades de Kit Kat. Seguir leyendo » Primer atún del año por 50.000 euros Ayer se vendió en la primera subasta del año en Tsukiji un atún de 230 kg por 7.36 millones de yenes (Algo más de 50.000 euros al cambio). Seguir leyendo » Umami – El quinto sabor A finales del siglo XIX se conocía el origen químico del dulce, ácido, amargo y salado pero todavía no se había identificado el origen del “umami” (旨味: 旨 delicioso, 味 sabor); el sabor agradable al paladar que experimentamos al comer productos fermentados, por ejemplo un buen queso, un buen jamón de bellota (Que no esté [...] Seguir leyendo » Seguir leyendo »

NIHONGO eな - Portal for Learning Japanese - Digital Dialects (Learn Japanese) This is a site with various games for studying vocabulary and kanji. It’s very easy to use. I have plans to visit all kinds of places in Japan. Does Japanese have different dialects? Yes, there are various regional dialects and the vocabulary and pronunciation varies significantly! List of articles What's New! Brand new iOS and Android versions of the website are now available! Let’s study Japanese! MARUGOTO Plus Elementary 2 (A2) Apps and sites to enjoy Japanese culture Learn beginner and intermediate Japanese grammar so you know it well.(2017.11.30) Learn beginner and intermediate Japanese grammar so you know it well.(2017.11.30) 日本語 Copyright 2010 The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai

■ 一言フレーズ/Useful Daily Phrases | 今日の言葉 | 日本語学習サイト にほんごの木 日常(にちじょう)で よく使う 一言(ひとこと)フレーズを 紹介します。 今日のフレーズ 「楽しみです(たのしみです)」 「楽しみにしています(たのしみにしています)」 I’m looking forward to ~ 夏休み(なつやすみ)が 楽しみです。 次の試合(しあい)が 楽しみです。 来月(らいげつ) 日本に行くのが 楽しみです。 旅行(りょこう)を 楽しみにしています。 会えるのを 楽しみにしています。 <相手が友だちのとき、カジュアル(casual)に話すとき> 「夏休みが 楽しみ。」 <相手が年上の人、または ていねいに話す相手のとき> 「次のレッスンが 楽しみです。」 みなさんも ぜひ 使ってみてください。 >一言フレーズ①「お待たせしました」>一言フレーズ③「お先にどうぞ」 The All-Time TIME 100 of All Time - 2012 TIME 100: The Most Influential People in the World I'm a big picture, big thinker kind of guy. So while my editors mess around with the 100 most important people right now, I'm swirling a brandy snifter full of smart and compiling a list that tells the story of the human race: the All-Time TIME 100 of All Time™. It is a list, I assume, that will be carved in stone, put in every time capsule and projected by lasers into space. Also, please tweet it and post it on your Facebook walls. The only thing you need to know about this list is that, like the TIME 100, people are not listed in order of importance. Homer The Iliad and the Odyssey? Sir Isaac Newton Before Newton, gravity did not exist. Charles Darwin Every list needs a little controversy. Euripides He wrote Medea, Electra and The Trojan Women. Plato You know the Platonic ideal? The architects of Notre Dame This isn't a person. Peter Abelard He was a star medieval philosopher and the most romantic man in history. Leonardo da Vinci I decided to pick only one of the Ninja Turtles.

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