6.25.2005

私の庭には二羽鶏が居る is a novel Japanese sentence, which I seem to have had no trouble committing to memory, probably because it's a sentence I will never need to use, ever. This is the way my brain has always seemed to work - I can't remember how to give directions to Japanese taxi drivers (as I discovered today) but I can say the above, (which is also below, in Romaji).

'Watashi no niwa niwa niwa niwatori ga iru'.

'In my garden there are two chickens'.

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Blogger Jefu reckons...

Or this one too:

李も桃も桃の内
Sumomo mo momo mo momo no uchi.

3:58 午後 JST  

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