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Pannenkoek
  • It is just seems like that these recent days make us forget the fact that it has rolled into December!
  • It is just seems like the weather these few days makes it easy to forget the fact that it has rolled into December!
makes it easy to forget
Valentina
  • Here finally comes into "Shiwasu" that I think everyone living in Japan might have heard of: December in English!
  • Here finally comes into "Shiwasu" which I think everyone living in Japan might have heard of: December in English!

関係詞の用法

Dec 2, 2010 00:51 Public Swear! 宣言
Valentina
  • Just for your information about "shiwasu" that someone haven't yet been familiar with, I would like to give any explanation on the next journal entry!
  • Just for your information about "shiwasu" that someone haven't yet been familiar with, I would like to give any explanation on the next journal entry! (Alternative: "Just to inform the people who haven't yet been familiar with "shiwasu", I would like to introduce it on my next journal entry!")

覚えたい表現

Dec 2, 2010 00:51 Public Swear! 宣言
Valentina
  • Do you have any other view on this matter?
  • Do you have any other views on this matter?
views
amyous
  • I'm ashamed to say, I've totally never been familiar with the fact that a representative English newspaper of Japan, The Japan Times, was such a sluggish informed source.
  • I'm ashamed to say, I've never been familiar with the fact that a representative English newspaper of Japan, The Japan Times, was such a sluggish informed source.(Never is a strong word, so you don't need totally)
(Never is a strong word, so you don't need totally)
totally never → never
amyous
  • I will confess that I'm quickly getting missing summer already passed away ( ̄▽ ̄;)
  • I will confess that I'm quickly coming to miss the summer already passed away ( ̄▽ ̄;)
the summer
Valentina
  • Have you had this peculiar feeling of how many gods the Japanese have at all or what is the majority religion in Japan?
  • Have you ever wondered how many gods the Japanese have at all or what is the majority religion in Japan? (Alternative: "Have you ever been curious about how many gods...")
Have you ever been curious about
Have you ever wondered
Jay
  • So ancient people call November 霜月(shimotsuki) meaning "month covered by frost" on using Kyuureki.
  • So the ancient people, who used Kyuureki, called November "霜月" (shimotsuki) meaning "month covered by frost".
ancient people → the ancient people
Jay
  • If that helps, it turned into the current calender Shinreki on December 3nd in the 5 year of the Meiji era.
  • Also , the current calender, Shinreki, was implemented on December 3rd during the 5 year of the Meiji era.
Also

was implemented

on December 3rd during the 5 year of the Meiji era
Jay
  • They say Kyuureki is based on phases of the moon while Shinreki is referred to orbital motion of earth.
  • They say Kyuureki is based on phases of the moon, whereas Shinreki is based upon the orbit of the Earth.
whereas

the orbit of the Earth

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