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How to speak fluent Japanese without (hardly) saying a word PART 3

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Uploaded on Feb 25, 2009

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Remi and Ken teach some common Japanese abbreviations
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Ki...

In this lesson on how to speak Japanese, the very handsome and beautiful Remi and I teach you how to use Japanese abbreviations. In the Japanese language, everything is abbreviated. Here we teach you some common abbreviations for stores and restaurants.

The reastaurant First Kitchen becomes Fuakin.
ファッキン ファーストキッチン

Many people thought this was a funny joke that we made up, but this is true. Some people think that Fuakin sounds like an English swear word, but this is how First Kitchen is abbreviated in many parts of Japan.
Kentucy Fried Chicken becomes Kentucky...
and Family Mart is Famima
Starbuck is STa-ba...

Now you know how to speak Japanese fluently so enjoy exploring Japan and learning more Japanese.

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