Thursday, June 17, 2010

(Yes, ShibataBread is Japanese Podcast 04) Ask three times

We're focusing less on the Lesson this week.
Enjoy a couple of new segments like 新発売 "Shin hatsu bai" and "Let's stick with the original."





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なんでやねん!Nan de yanen

11 comments:

  1. hey shiba. i've been following u since da beginning even tho im not a follower of you on this page. and as always, and i will continue to say this as long as you exist (or me), Thank you. seriously. Thank you. "Domo arigato".

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  2. im sorry Mrs. Shibata but i have to agree with Mr. Shibata. i grew up around a neighborhood with a lot of roosters in their homes (used for cock fighting) and i hear them all the time and it sounds nothing like "cock a doodle doo". the Jap version is the closest thing to sounding like it.

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  3. i heard once tsuji nozomi from Morning musume do a rooster sound the jap version and it sounded actually alot like a rooster the eng version sound to much sissy for my part :P

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  4. Thank you both for the podcast,
    planning on visiting Tokyo for two weeks in September so really appreciate the lessons and the travel tips.

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  5. To me both the Japanese and English version of the rooster sound plain wrong :p. In Dutch we say "kukelekuu", to me that one is the most accurate one ^^

    I liked this new format more than the other ones. It has more variety in it. I find all the topics pretty interesting. The 3 times rule was a really good tip for me to remember! thanks!

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  6. I hear Hanada say "nandeyanen" a whole lot at matsumoto's antics. XD

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  7. I hear Hanada say "nandeyanen" a whole lot at matsumoto's antics. XD

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  8. To me both the Japanese and English version of the rooster sound plain wrong :p. In Dutch we say "kukelekuu", to me that one is the most accurate one ^^

    I liked this new format more than the other ones. It has more variety in it. I find all the topics pretty interesting. The 3 times rule was a really good tip for me to remember! thanks!

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