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Drive

I'll go to drive at a car tomorrow. Where shall I go for it?
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Nov 1, 2013 23:48 personal
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Introducing Kanji No.57 “鬼” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “弟”, which depicts under a bar rewinds a vine. Today, I would like to introduce “鬼.” There are...
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Oct 27, 2013 07:52 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.56 “弟” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “兄”, which depicts a person has a big head, so then it means a big brother. Today, I would like...
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Oct 20, 2013 22:39 Kanji
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Sleepy

I've been feeling sleepy about anytime lately... I might ready to hibernation?@@
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Oct 15, 2013 23:51 personal
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Introducing Kanji No.55 “兄” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “立”, which depicts a person sands up the ground. Today, I would like to introduce “兄.” There a...
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Oct 13, 2013 22:41 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.54 “立” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “比”, which depicts two persons turn in the same direction and fit them. Today, I would like to ...
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Oct 6, 2013 21:00 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.53 “比” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “要”, which depicts to catch in our west by our hands, and under bar means a belt. Today, I woul...
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Sep 29, 2013 19:46 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.52 “要” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “力”, which depicts to put a hand with a sinewy muscle. Today, I would like to introduce “要.” T...
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Sep 22, 2013 18:08 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.51 “力” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “肉”, which depicts a piece of animal meat containing two strands of sinew, it signifies the meat...
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Sep 15, 2013 18:37 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.50 “肉” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “自”, which represents the shape of a human’s nose, it means “myself” because when we say “myself...
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Sep 8, 2013 06:59 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.49 “自” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “心”, which represents the shape of a human heart, it means “the heart that spreads blood through...
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Sep 1, 2013 07:12 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.48 “心” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “首”, which represents a head with hair above a human’s neck. Today, I would like to introduce “...
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Aug 25, 2013 07:04 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.47 “首” With native lang

A few weeks ago, I introduced you to the kanji “頁”, which represents the shape of a human head. Today, I would like to introduce “首.” T...
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Aug 18, 2013 06:58 Kanji
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My 1000th Entry With native lang

I began posting entry every day from March 2011, so it marks 1000th now. I'm really appreciate for everyone who give comments and co...
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Aug 11, 2013 18:55 personal
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Introducing the Japanese Drama "Hanzawa Naoki" With native lang

This summer season best one Japanese drama is "Hanzawa Naoki" A main cast is Sakai Masato who play a highly idiosyncratic bank...
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Jul 29, 2013 20:18 J-drama
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Introducing Kanji No.45 “舌” With native lang

Introducing Kanji No.45 “舌” Few week ago, I introduced you to the kanji “走”, which represents a person who walks busily, with an incre...
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Jul 28, 2013 23:51 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.44 “走” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “止”, which represents a firmly stepping foot that leaves marks on the land. Today, I would like...
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Jul 14, 2013 06:00 Kanji
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Introducing Kanji No.43 “止” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “丸”, which represents a curved line and a person who is in a squatting position with outstretche...
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Jul 7, 2013 06:14 Kanji
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Pronunciation "ん" With native lang

How many pronunciation "ん" in Japanese do you know? There are seven pronunciation as I saw Wikipedia. Many Japanese people do...
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Jun 30, 2013 23:39 presentation
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Introducing Kanji No.42 “丸” With native lang

Last week, I introduced you to the kanji “尺”, which represents measurements of length spreading like a pyramid sharp made by the thumb an...
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Jun 30, 2013 06:15 Kanji