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Japanese Vocabulary – Drinks (飲み物) – Review Notes. Today we learned a lot of Japanese beverage vocabulary! In these review notes, we will go over all the Japanese vocabulary that was in the video and we will see a list of extra Japanese beverage vocabulary! …


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English, drink. Type, noun. Japanese, 飲み物. Hiragana, のみもの. Pronunciation, nomimono. Example. During ramazan hours, even drinks are not allowed. ラマダン中は飲み物さえ許されていない。 English, drink. Type, verb. Japanese, 飲む. Hiragana, のむ. Pronunciation, nomu. Example. drink a cup of coffee every morning ...


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English, Japanese, Reading, Notes. Apple, 林檎 / 苹果, リンゴ, Also written equally as often in Hiragana. Orange, オレンジ. Japanese plum, 梅, うめ. Watermelon, 西瓜, すいか. Grape, 葡萄, ぶどう. Pear, 西洋梨, せいようなし. Grapefruit, グレープフルーツ. Banana, 甘蕉, バナナ. Cherry, 桜桃, さくらんぼ. Strawberry, 苺 / 莓, いちご.


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Translation for 'drink' in the free English-Japanese dictionary and many other Japanese translations.


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Japan is a country of drinkers - and a few rituals should be considered before taking a tipple. Never pour a drink for yourself; your friend or host.


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With the simple sections in this article, you can finally order a drink in Japanese ( like a badass). No longer will you need your phrasebook, slowed-down English, and ridiculous charades to order a drink in Japan; all you need are the Japanese phrases below. Getting Started: While ordering drinks in Japanese, there's one ...


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I'm just waiting for the argument. C'mon, you know exactly what I mean... The " Tomatoes are fruits/vegetables " debate.


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Jan 22, 2016 ... Drinking plays an important role in Japanese society. Drinking parties, typically held at restaurants and izakaya, are a common activity that are used to strengthen both social and business ties. A large variety of alcoholic beverages can be found in Japan. Some of the most popular ones are: ...


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The answer to one is true. Other people have given good examples so there's no need for me to write down the same things. The verb "nomu" means "to drink". It is pronounced "no-moo" with the moo part being slightly shortened. It's basic conjugated forms are "nomimasu" (simple present) "nomimasen" ...