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Blog Post: Anata wa meaning and why it sounds weird to the Japanese
Japanese learners often say “anata wa” in conversation, meaning ‘and you?’ This expression is still understandable, but can sound weird to Japanese native speakers. This blog post explains it in detail. Click to read more!
Blog Post: Mirai meaning ‘the future’ in Japanese, but not the same as Shourai
Japanese people often use the word, “mirai”, meaning ‘the future’ in Japanese. It’s quite similar to another word, “shourai”. In this blog post, the difference is explained in detail. Click to learn more!