Personal suffixes in Japanese 接尾辞

  • Published on : 21/06/2017
  • by : A.L.
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The Japanese language does not know Mr., Mrs. or Miss. Instead, it has suffixes that come after people's first or last names.

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  • Sat, 12/09/2017 - 00:00

    suffixes -tan et -kun We visited Miyajima fireworks last summer and while the crowds were unbelievable it was a truly unforgettable experience. Read my post on ttps:// with some hints and tips on the best spots to watch the fireworks and transportation.

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