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Natalie Hamilton
Author of Japanese textbook The Kanji Code, translator and lecturer in translation technology 🇦🇺 ex-JET (Oita) | 🚫 dating please
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Yamada Yuko May 20
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Natalie Hamilton May 23
Replying to @NatalieKreider
Good luck!
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Bret・ぶ先生 May 23
‘Age’ 年令 [nen rei] The simpler 令 is used in place of 齢 which is tooth歯 + 令[rei]. The tooth歯 kanji represents growing and aging. Both 齢 and 歯 on their own can also be read [yowai], meaning ‘age.’
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Natalie Hamilton May 23
信じられない! is an Amazon Hot New Release in Japanese Language Resources.
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Natalie Hamilton May 23
Honey has been called the 'nectar of the Gods'. In kanji-speak, it is 'the secret of the insects'. Learn how the components hidden within the honey kanji 蜜 can help you remember its pronunciation. 蜂蜜/
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Natalie Hamilton May 22
More great Japanese learning resources, via
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Natalie Hamilton May 22
Honey, a Hidden Treasure 蜂蜜 via
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Natalie Hamilton May 21
Have you seen Noriko Williams' Kanji Portraits? They are a really useful resource for understanding the stories behind kanji.
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JETAA Music City May 17
We're in need of some local JET alumni volunteers for this event! If you'd like to help out please contact John Gale. Also, if you know any JET applicant hopefuls, feel free to share this event on your personal Facebook page. Have a great weekend!
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Natalie Hamilton May 21
Honey has been called the 'nectar of the Gods'. In kanji-speak, it is 'the secret of the insects'. Here's a blog post I wrote about the honey kanji 蜜 and its hidden phonetic component: Honey, a Hidden Treasure 蜂蜜
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Natalie Hamilton May 21
I wrote this blog post about the honey kanji and its hidden components: Honey, a Hidden Treasure 蜂蜜 via
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Natalie Hamilton May 21
Woah. Amazon just dropped the ebook price to US $8.23. That's the lowest I've seen it. Free with Kindle Unlimited.
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Natalie Hamilton May 21
Yep. I can relate to this. What it's like to experience reverse culture shock.
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Australia-Japan Society (Tasmania) タスマニア豪日協会 May 20
Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) is seeking applicants for the Undergraduate and Research categories of its scholarship program.
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Natalie Hamilton May 20
Agriculture may have change due how people speak. Note the F and V, M and B..
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Natalie Hamilton May 19
New arrivals. Sitting on the virtual bookshelp next to the new Genki textbook? We'll take it! Thanks
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Natalie Hamilton May 19
Replying to @ocha_natalie
I just noticed all the retweets of this pinned tweet. Arigato!
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Australia-Japan Society (Tasmania) タスマニア豪日協会 May 19
'Sandwiches are not appropriate': I learnt the rules of the perfect Japanese lunchbox the hard way via
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Natalie Hamilton May 19
So thrilled to be in the Language International Bookshop!
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Natalie Hamilton May 19
Could Finnish and Japanese have shared roots? I'm always fascinated by the origins of languages.
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