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Category Archives: Language
Recently a Korean friend’s mom gave this fan to our daughter: If you look up close though, you can see a poem: This poem is really intersting to me because it shows both Hangeul, the Korean alphabet, and Chinese characters … Continue reading
Hello, I was writing this post prior to my trip to Japan, but I finally have time to finish it. As readers might recall, I’ve been using the Heisig Method to learn Japanese kanji (chinese characters), and have learned about … Continue reading
At a famous, old castle in Syria called the Crac de Chevaliers is a famous inscription in Latin (photo here): SIT TIBI COPIA SIT SAPIENTIA FORMAQUE DETUR INQUINAT OMNIA SOLA SUPERBIA SI COMITETUR One translation is: Grace, wisdom and beauty … Continue reading
「ここにあるのはあんたに使う新しいもの、ゴム・ジャバール。これは動物のみ殺すのだよ。」誇りがポウルの恐怖にうちなった。「公爵の息子が動物だというのか？」「まああんたは人間かもしれねぬということにしておこう。。。静かに！」 “…here’s a new one for you: the gom jabbar. It kills only animals.” Pride overcame Paul’s fear. “You dare suggest a Duke’s son is an animal?” he demanded. “Let us say, I suggest you may be human,” she said, … Continue reading
Remember Pac-Man? I know most readers have heard of Pac-man, and most have probably played it too. Pac-Man is more than 30 years old, and is still a classic. I remember seeing Pac-man for the first time when I was … Continue reading
In my last post, I mentioned a great comedy show in Japanese called めちゃ×2イケてるッ！ (mecha mecha iketeru). This is a sketch comedy show that has remained popular over the years. Another popular sketch they did was to pretend to be … Continue reading