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Hn? (= puff of breath + n)
Huh?
Sumi
(family name)
to
/quotative particle/
(t)te (SP1)
/quotative particle/
X to /tte iu
be named X or say “X”
X to /tte ossyaru ↑
be named X or say “X”
X to moosu ↓
be named X or say “X”
donata ka gozonzi da ↑ (SP2)
know who it is /polite/
nan te iu (SP1)
say what? or is named or called what?
denwa (o) ireru
put in a call
denwa (o) ireru tte ossyaru ↑
say that s/he’ll put in a call /polite/
sakihodo
a while ago
terebi ni deru
appear on television
deru tte (SP1)
they say someone will appear
bangumi
program
intabyuu-bangumi
interview program, talk show
supootu-bangumi
sports program
tenki-yohoo
weather forecast
zadankai
round-table discussion; symposium
koogi
lecture
kooen
speech; lecture
hoomudorama
soap opera
eega
movie
sibai/osibai
show
nan te iu bangumi (SP1)
a program called what?
nan te itta ka oboete (i)nai (SP2)
doesn’t remember what it was called or what someone said
keezai
economics
kankee
connection
keezai-kankee
a connection with economics
seezi
politics
gengo
language
bungaku
literature
syakaigaku
sociology
doo iu kata (SP1)
a person described how? what kind of person? /polite/
dare ga deru ka kiku (SP2)
ask or hear who will appear
wakannai
/casual-style equivalent of wakaranai/
syoogo
noon
syoogo-sugi
after noon
syoogo tte iu no
the thing called “shogo”
syoogo tte
the thing called “shogo”
imi
meaning
doo iu imi
a meaning described how? what kind of meaning?
setumee-suru
explain
ohiru
noon; daytime
zyuuni-zi tte iu imi
the meaning “twelve o’clock noon”