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Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “niya niya”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “niya niya.” It means grinning. So, if you want someone to notice that you know something, you usually give them a faint meaningful smile. That is “grinning,” and in Japanese we use “niya niya.” (Sounds mischievous!) You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and also in daily life conversations.

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Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “kyoro kyoro”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “kyoro kyoro.” We use it to describe a person who is restless and staring at all directions. Imagine an old man in a big city, with a map in one of his hands, but he has lost his way. Still, he tries to look for it, so he stares from one play to another. That would be “kyoro kyoro.” You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and also in daily life conversations.

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Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “guru guru”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “guru guru.” It describes something that is spinning around, or something that is moving constantly. Imagine something round, for example, that is spinning, like a wheel. If you want to describe a wheel spinning, then you can use “guru guru.” You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and also in daily life conversations.

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Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “zoku zoku”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “zoku zoku.” It describes the chill that can run into your spine when feeling fear, or when you see something spooky and you feel just chills. It can also be used to describe a surprise (but in this case it would be positive, more than negative). You can find it in manga, literature and in daily life conversations.

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Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “teku teku”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “teku teku.” It describes to have been walking for a long time in a calm and steady manner. Imagine that you propose yourself to walk 50miles on one day, but you don’t care about how much time it takes you, nor your speed. You just walk at your pace, in a constant way. That would be “teku teku.” You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and daily life conversations.

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Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “nyoro nyoro”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “nyoro nyoro.” It usually describes the movement (and sound) of a snake moving onto the ground. It also can describe things, people and animals that do exactly the same thing. It’s a little bit creepy. You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and also daily life conversations. Be careful though! It can be use in a negative way to describe someone who might be acting like “a snake.”

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Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “bata bata”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “bata bata.” It describes to be fluttering, to be in a rush, and things that fall down one after another. So, imagine that you are in a rush, you can be behaving “bata bata.” Or if you have some plates on a shelve but it suddenly breaks, and all the plates fall down one after the other, then the action would be “bata bata.” You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature and also in daily life conversations.

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Rinkya Japanese Flashcards: onomatopoeia flashcard “maji maji”

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Are you collecting all Rinkya Japanese flashcards? Good! Today we are going to learn all about the onomatopoeia “maji maji.” It describes the action of staring for a long time at something or someone. Imagine that your teacher is angry with you, silent, but staring at you with a stern face. That would be “maji maji.” You can find this onomatopoeia in manga, literature but also in daily life conversations.

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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.

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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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