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Today's Phrase

オノマトペ Onomatope

Let’s study onomatopoeia of feelings today.

 

【HARAHARA】

【exciting】

Look at dangerous situations and worry about bad or hard things happening state.

<Example sentence>

・He is watching over his toddler son to see if he falls and is injured.

The last scene of this movie was very jarring.

・I was watching the circus tightrope walking and it was very jarring.

・The match I saw yesterday was very jarring as it was unpredictable which team would win until the end.

 

【IRAIRA】

 [Frustrated]

 It ’s not what I want, or it ’s disappointing. It looks frustrating.

<Example sentence>

・ Although it was a mistake of my senior, I was blamed for it and it was really frustrating. ・ Recently, I’m really frustrated because no matter what I do, it doesn’t work. ・ His way of speaking and attitude often frustrates those around him.

 

 

 

 

 

【GAKKARI】

 [Disappointed]

 It seems that he is disappointed because he does not go as expected.

<Example sentence>

・ I thought my senior was a good person, but he was disappointed to hear the story.

・ I was expecting you, but I’m disappointed that I make mistakes at work.

・ I spent 100,000 yen on the lottery, but I was disappointed that I didn’t win any of them.

 

 

 

 

 

【SOWASOWA】

[Flirtatious]

 Feelings and attitudes seem to be restless.

<Example sentence>

・ My son seems to have an interview today and has been fidgeting since the morning.

・ Students who have not finished their presentations are fidgeting waiting for their presentations. -He is fidgeting at his first trip abroad.

・ Students who have not finished their presentations are fidgeting waiting for their presentations. -He is fidgeting at his first trip abroad.

 

 

 

 

【DOKIDOKI】

 It represents the state of the heart beating violently and the sound of the heart immediately after expectation, anxiety, tension, fear, and strenuous exercise.

<Example sentence>

・ My chest is throbbing due to tension.

 

・ Is tomorrow the day when the results are announced? I’m thrilled.

・ When I think about tomorrow’s exam, my chest is throbbing and I can’t sleep.

・ Whenever I talk to him, my heart is throbbing.

 

 

 

 

 

[WAKU WAKU ]

Expectations and joy make me feel uneasy and excited.

<Example sentence>

・ Don’t get excited about tomorrow’s excursion.

・ Will college life begin tomorrow? I’m excited.

・ The sequel to the movie has been decided. I’m excited about what the story will be

・ I am excited to be able to work with you at this company.

 

 

 

 

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 Age:        20 years old (self-proclaimed)

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