Face parts in Japanese | Lesson 26
Face parts in Japanese : Lesson 26,
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My accent was in both Kansai dialect and Tokyo dialect…
Today’s Japanese vocabulary is as below.
There are same HOMONYMS a??eY?c��c?�e?z a?�a?�a?Sa��a?�a?Za?�, such as kami
i?� hair e�?a�?e�?a?�??�
i?� god c?z
Sometimes even Japanese cannot differentiate the accent. But we can understand from context.
eye: me a�? c��
neck: kubiA�a??a?? e��
cheek: hoppeta/hoo a?�a??a??a?Y/a?�a?Si??e��i?�
tongue: shita a?�a?Y e??
When we use e�? and e�?a?�??�i?Y
Both of them mean hair.
Her hair is very beautiful.
You should wash yourA�hair every night.
My hair grows fast.
I have a lot of hair.
I like your hair color.
I like yourA�hairstyle.
Generally, we use e�? for whole hair, e�?a?�??� for a strand of hair.
Other words regarding hair:
e�� means head, e�? means hair, so we can know what it means from those kanji.
This word is very formal so we do not use it in casual conversation.
You may find this word on Instruction of Rogaine or shampoo.
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