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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
What is the Japanese word for "divine wind"?

What is the Japanese word for "sword"?

What is the word for a very large wave of water that causes destruction on land?

A _____________ is a short poem.

What is the word for "plant that grows in a tray"?

The art of folding paper is called ______________.

What is the Japanese word in English that's similar to "nerd"?

A _______________ is someone who has a lot of strength, power, or money.

What is the word for Japanese-style breadcrumbs?

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16 Comments on “16 English words that come from Japanese: karaoke, origami, tsunami, tofu…”

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Thanks Ronnie!!

Saturday, December 28th 2019

Thanks Ronnie!

Saturday, December 28th 2019

Great ! Easy to learn and remember

Sunday, December 29th 2019

From what I see , you know the grade 1 kanjis :D
There is a small lack at nami kanji of the tsunami.
I’m also learning Japanese these days and having so much fun :D
For now I got used to exact 462 different kanji,but still there is a long way waiting on this journey.

Sunday, December 29th 2019

I got 9/10 wrong number 6, so now i remmebered Futon mean a bed and futon isn’t a couch. Thank Ronnie a lot

Sunday, December 29th 2019

thank you very much

Monday, December 30th 2019

In the city that I live, there’s a new brand of bread called ‘panko’. I guess all these words were borrowed to brazilian portuguese as well.
Greetings from brazil!

Monday, December 30th 2019

Hi teacher I want to learn English
How can I contact you

Monday, December 30th 2019

10/10 – Thanks Ronnie. You are amazing =)

Monday, December 30th 2019

thanksssss Ronnie!!

Tuesday, December 31st 2019

10/10! You are amazing teacher!

Friday, January 3rd 2020

Hello everyone

Friday, January 3rd 2020

10/10 … your expression was funny but you are awesome tutor.
thank you.

Saturday, January 4th 2020

Thank you Ronnie

Friday, January 10th 2020

Great lesson ! i actually started to make some origamis in my leisure time & i ve just discovered some new words in ur lesson

Saturday, January 11th 2020

oh my god, I did it

Saturday, January 11th 2020

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