Saturday, November 30, 2013

Learning Japanese - Ads

One benefit of living in Japan is being able to read and practice my Japanese skills daily. In this blog, I want to share the Japanese I have learned.
The advertisements and posters on the train provide a great opportunity for study.
Here is a poster that I saw on the train today. It is a warning for people not to run into the train as the doors are closing.
I have written an explanation below, and a translation on the photo:


かけこみkakekomi- last minute rush, stampede.
乗車jousha -passenger
キケンkiken -danger 


力chikara - power

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