顔文字 ‐ Kaomoji

04/11/2010 at 10:11 am Leave a comment

Have you ever seen  the Japanese emoticons?

Japanese people use a lot of different emoticons, called 顔文字( kaomoji )
The emoticons won’t necessarily work the same for everybody.
Some people may use the emoticons for a different meaning than is defined here, and others may not understand what was intended.
It’s best to use them in context, so that the intention is clearly understood.

今日の日本語レッスン

< Today’s Japanese Lesson >

顔文字であいさつ言葉を覚えよう!

kaomoji de aisatsu kotoba o oboeyou !

Let’s learn Japanese greetings with kaomoji !

\(*´▽`)o  ありがとう = arigatou = thank you

m(_ _ )m  ごめんなさい = gomennasai = sorry

(*ΘoΘ)ノ   おはよう = ohayou = good-morning

(*´∀`* )          こんにちは = konnichiwa = hello

(ㅎωㅎ*)           おやすみ = oyasumi = good-night

If you don’t know how to type these Japanese emoticons, go to the website 顔文字君 and impress your Japanese friends with these 顔文字!

こんなかわいい顔文字カップもありますよ ^^

konna kawaii kaomoji kappu mo arimasu yo.

There are cute kaomoji mugs too.

顔文字で日本語レッスン、どうでしたか?

See you next tiem ~

ばいばい(⌒ー⌒)ノ~~~

– Maki

tutorjapanese@yahoo.co.jp

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