Did you ever wonder where Japanese words came from? Word origins are not only an interesting way to see how language developed, but it is also great for remembering vocabulary. In this series, we will show you the origins of some common words and phrases in the Japanese language.
Do you know the first thing you say when you wake up in Japan? Do you know where this phrase comes from? In lesson two, you will learn the greeting for the morning and where it came from.
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