by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “gaya gaya”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “gaya gaya.” It describes a very noisy place or situation in which there are many people around, and all of them are talking at the same time! Think about a very noisy bar in which everyone is talking with a very loud voice all at once. You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and also in daily life conversations.

Which is your favorite flashcard? How many flashcards have you collected so far?

by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “kudo kudo”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “kudo kudo.” It describes something really tedious. Imagine one of your friends talking to you and repeating the same thing again and again, with different words, but it is the exact same thing! That would be really “kudo kudo.” You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and also in daily life conversations.

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by Heather Russell

Top 10 cosplay pictures of the week: cute x sweet

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Today our top 10 cosplay pictures of the week is super cute and sweet. We have chosen super cute cosplayers and great pictures for you to enjoy! Let’s begin with the fun!

We start with our number 1: Itsukakotori (from DATE A LIVE) by Akaoni Kou. She looks really sweet, but also sexy! I like the colors in this picture a lot. What do you think?

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by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “tsun tsun”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “tsun tsun.” We use it to describe objects that are sharp, or smells that are sharp. We also use it to describe people who are hard to deal with, or that are unsociable. Think about any manga character that everybody hates! You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and daily life.

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by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “chiku chiku”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “chiku chiku.” We use it to describe a sharp long object and the pain it produces when it pierces your skin. Imagine a long needle, it could be definitely “chiku chiku,” specially if you are afraid of needles! You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and daily life (specially if you have cactus or need to pay a visit to the doctor).

Which is your favorite flashcard? How many flashcards have you collected so far?

by Heather Russell

Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “jito jito”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “jito jito.” We use it to describe a place that is really hot and humid, and this makes us all sweaty. It is also a very unpleasant place to be. Imagine a room in August, in Tokyo, with a big window, with no curtains and no air conditioning! That would be really “jito jito.” You will find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature but also daily life.

Which is your favorite flashcard? How many flashcards have you collected so far?

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