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Lesson 18. Turning Kawaii Desu Ne into the Casual Form

Kawaii desu ne -> Kawaii ne

In the casual from, desu is not put to adjectives. See the examples below: 329 more words

Introduction To Spoken Japanese

Lesson 4. You-Know-Better-Than-Me: Ka (か)

It’s often said that ka is a question particle. It’s true that a question and ka often go together. However, it ends with ka doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a question, nor the other way around. 605 more words

Introduction To Spoken Japanese

Algumas fotos do acervo da família Takai

As primeiras imagens são de momentos antes da despedida da família, no Japão, com destino ao Brasil pelo navio Santos Maru.
Percebe-se as inúmeras serpentinas que alguns japoneses seguravam, tanto aqueles que estavam a bordo do navio quanto os que estavam em terra firme. 282 more words

Os Imigrantes

Buhari and His SAK irrationality

I have heard the announcement which has been on air in some radio stations in Kano where Buhari was appealing to the electorates to vote for APC candidates in the Gubernatorial and state assemblies election. 386 more words

Nigeria

Netanyahu addresses US Congress

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a speech Tuesday on the threat Iran now poses to Israel.

Netanyahu also thanked the U.S. for the military assistance Israel has been receiving. 210 more words

News

2015: zabi na

Kwanakin baya na fadi ra’ayi na akan wadanda zan zaba a harshen turanci kuma naga yana da muhimmanci na fassara a harshenmu na hausa. Ya kamata mai zabe ya tsaya yayi karatun ta-natsu domin ganin ya zabi mutanen da zasu kare masa muradun sa. 53 more words

The Dangers Of Politicising Boko Haram Insurgency

Ever since I made a declaration to support a particular candidate, I have heard and listened to people challenge my decision and the candidate himself.  One of the ways through which the All Progressives Congress in Kano State  aims to attract voters is by laying their blame of the security situation on Peoples Democratic Party and by extension, to my candidate Mal.Salihu Sagir Takai. 248 more words

Nigeria