Today’s Japanese lesson is about things you’d find/use in the bathroom.
This time I am going ahead and putting in some phrases at the bottom of the list for actions that you do in the bathroom as well! So now you can say you are going to take a shower, or brush your teeth.
Japanese Lesson – In The Bathroom
|Toilet Paper||Toiretto Peepa|
|Medicine Cabinet||Yakuhin Todana|
|Electric Razor||Denki Kamisori|
|Take a shower||Shawaa o abiru|
|Brush your teeth||Haomigaku|
That is all for today’s Japanese lesson!
I hope this helped you at least a little. Of course I should probably just call it a word list, but reading them and saying them out loud helps you learn the words. Right? So in some way, I guess it does count has a lesson!
Did you notice that some of these words are pretty easy and sound similar to English? Like Taoru for towel, or Shanpuu for Shampoo?
What word did you find was the easiest to say, what was the hardest?
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