Instagramに投稿した「Japanese of Japanese 日本人の日本語」のアーカイブを紹介しています。日本語の教科書には載っていない、でも日本人がよく使う文型やことばについて、例文とちょっとした説明があります。
This page introduces the archive of “Japanese of Japanese” which was posted on Instagram. There are example sentences and short explanations of sentence patterns and words that Japanese people often use but are not found in Japanese textbooks.
Have you ever heard Japanese people saying “teiuka”, “teka”, or something like that?
Japanese especially young people often use these words, but actually, these words has no important meaning.
Have you ever heard Japanese people saying “ukeru”?
“Ukeru” means “that’s hilarious” or “something appeals to”.
Do you know what “guguru” means?
Let’s follow the pictures and learn about “guguru”… or google it!
Do you have the experience that no one laughed at your jokes?
In such a case, let’s say “subetta!”
Have you ever heard the word “doyagao”?
Doyagao is a smug face.