四字熟語5:四苦八苦

久しぶり!

It’s been a while since my last 四字熟語 post. I think I’m going to try to switch up the style of these posts from now on.  This includes sharing where exactly I find the 四字熟語, as well as more nice looking formatting. I’ll also try to keep to a normal weekly schedule from now on, but of course that depends on how often I come across new 四字熟語.  Well, let’s get to it!

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四字熟語4:堅忍不抜

This is the fourth entry of weekly updated (bilingual) lessons on one of my favorite parts of the Japanese language, 四字熟語(よ・じ・じゅく・ご).

For this special New Year’s post, I chose a 四字熟語 that expresses one of my goals for myself and others for 2012.

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四字熟語3:大器小用

This is the third entry of weekly updated (bilingual) lessons on one of my favorite parts of the Japanese language, 四字熟語(よ・じ・じゅく・ご).  To sum up, these are four character idiomatic compounds. And that’s all you really need to know to get started. So, let’s go!

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四字熟語2:風光明媚

This is the second entry of weekly updated (bilingual) lessons on one of my favorite parts of the Japanese language, 四字熟語(よ・じ・じゅく・ご).  To sum up, these are four character idiomatic compounds. And that’s all you really need to know to get started. So, let’s go!

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四字熟語1:異口同音

This is the first in an entry of weekly updated (bilingual) lessons on one of my favorite parts of the Japanese language, 四字熟語(よ・じ・じゅく・ご).  To sum up, these are four character idiomatic compounds. And that’s all you really need to know to get started. So, let’s go!

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