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  • Hello, everybody.

  • Welcome to Tokyo creative play today we're gonna be doing another language comparison video.

  • So we're going to introduce ourselves.

  • My name's Emma.

  • I'm from Australia and I speak English and I must say, Let's say their militia.

  • Then how you need so I can check up Dylan Bassem like Hello, influenza.

  • You can have Australia's conduit when you kind of Deutsche Bank and this is making perfect.

  • So we have done a video like this before.

  • And thank you so much for all the feedback and for like in that video.

  • So we're back for round two, comparing English Japanese relations and German.

  • So shall we get started?

  • Yeah.

  • Okay, here we go.

  • So the first topic we're going to be doing is things related to Japanese culture.

  • So we'll start with green tea.

  • Yeah, we call it just everything.

  • Green tea.

  • We called Macha or Santa.

  • It's all just green tea, but there's so many different kinds of green tea.

  • Japanese.

  • Think that's green?

  • Yeah.

  • Literal green tea.

  • Earthquake, like Oh, yeah.

  • Gangster.

  • Yeah, I think.

  • Yeah.

  • Is there another level of that?

  • Smaller like a You know, you like hierarchy system because, uh, well, that was your previous job experience.

  • That's why I'm like, Yeah, yeah, Yeah.

  • Well, in the way we say gangster or something, that sounds like something either works.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • I think Germans just gangster.

  • Okay.

  • Mount Fuji.

  • Sorry.

  • Thank you.

  • Yes.

  • And then Fujiyama Japanese.

  • Yeah.

  • I don't know how that came about, but they just added, like, Yeah.

  • So I think they misread the kanji and then just made it instead of the sun, like, Wow, German.

  • Wow.

  • Okay, when I first started learning Japanese, I thought that it was like, Son is and it's like it's like it's a person.

  • It's a sign of respect.

  • Yeah, Hot spring.

  • It's long, right?

  • So it's like the pool is water from our previous video.

  • Yeah.

  • Do you have a little hot springs?

  • And we have a few, but we don't really go in naked.

  • Just kind of Oh, wait, That's it?

  • Uh huh.

  • And then Germany's high so high.

  • You have the culture.

  • I'm not 100% sure, but I don't think so.

  • Tea ceremony?

  • That's right.

  • Yeah.

  • Th You know, Miss drink.

  • What's like a famous T?

  • By the way in Malaysia?

  • A.

  • So it's the one where people pull.

  • And then there's a lot of foam or where they pull it up.

  • And it's just like, yeah, and then you do it a few times.

  • Yeah, they have competition kind of thing.

  • They have, like, a few glasses, and then they do that, and then they start turning around and we're gonna put the clip down there, uh, to not spill to mix it.

  • And also to kind of like the temperature.

  • Yeah, well, we'll try as well in India.

  • I think they do that.

  • I ran out of ice the other day when I was making bubble tea, and so I had two cups.

  • Oh, we should do that.

  • Definitely.

  • What?

  • You're literally tea ceremony.

  • The next topic is animals and animal sounds.

  • We'll start with elephant.

  • Oh, gotcha.

  • Um, so I was like, What's the same?

  • No.

  • Elephant also sounded kind of German way lion, Sexy.

  • Next.

  • I was like, I don't know, we don't have girls moving, moving, moving.

  • So all over Canada moving.

  • So a previous one is lying, and then you just have moving just the all animals saying Please say you'll find out chicken is a shiver.

  • Well, cat is really like?

  • Like you know.

  • What about dark?

  • Stop it.

  • A This is a horse sound.

  • What?

  • I have to make the sound.

  • Here we go.

  • Oh, wait.

  • I think it's a way Google this one.

  • I think so.

  • Yeah, because I grew up with mine.

  • We don't have it.

  • I thought it's like the way I don't know what that way I like.

  • I like I next is frog sound.

  • Ribbit or ribbit!

  • Get out!

  • Get out!

  • Get out!

  • Get on!

  • Yeah, Yeah!

  • Oh, that's good.

  • That's a, uh that's literally think it's written quack with an exclamation point.

  • Hello, they added.

  • Does Clark come on a thing like 10%?

  • Uh, what sound does a duck make?

  • I think I feel like we're all in preschool.

  • What Sounded a duck?

  • I don't know.

  • Next is a pig sound like wink like Wait, I Okay, I think.

  • Alright, That Saudi sound, right?

  • How do you write that?

  • We don't And then we have like, yeah, that's the most sense I feel Okay.

  • I feel like that's a very peg cell.

  • Next is the sound of a mouse.

  • Squeak you.

  • It's like Pikachu to make it.

  • It's like kissing to write in Japanese.

  • I think it's kind of like that.

  • Like, I'm sorry I coming out of my mouth.

  • That's great.

  • Mouse in the car is like, next we have a sheep which goes Bob.

  • Oh, yeah, yeah, Oh, yeah Oh, yeah I feel like I don't know where the sheep when they do it Like a man by the looks for that Next is a rooster.

  • So in English you guys cock a doodle Ooh, ooh oh And malaria we say, Oh, and then we say, Okay, the next topic we're going to do is called false friends.

  • So in language, the words are kind of interesting.

  • I can't really explain it best with an example.

  • So say, in German, there's the word Chef, which I think would mean chef in English like chef, cooking, Chef, but actually means boss so false friends is kind of words that means something else in a different language.

  • But it's just a completely different meaning.

  • So, yeah, we're going to check those out.

  • Okay?

  • The first false friend we have is in Malay.

  • Yes.

  • The first word I'm gonna introduce is lucky.

  • What you guys think when I say lucky?

  • Well, Jeff, a salmon or oyster?

  • Yeah, I love cookies.

  • Like oysters, but in Malay means like, Oh, yeah.

  • One.

  • Yeah.

  • Long legs.

  • Oh, what do you say?

  • Cocky is like the plural.

  • Like cookies or cookies.

  • We don't s so cocky.

  • Two or one.

  • Okay.

  • Good question.

  • Thank you.

  • Yeah, A false Right.

  • Okay, so I'm really curious what you think this means, Dick?

  • Whoa.

  • Well, it means, yeah, I'm a bad person, you know?

  • No, it means that, like, the stick like your fat Wow.

  • You're okay s stick.

  • Your dick, Dick, Dick, Dick, Dick.

  • Japanese cunning, cunning.

  • Someone who's cunning.

  • Like a fox.

  • Sly Like a Yeah.

  • Sly.

  • Like, calculated.

  • Like I'm gonna do this and be a little sneaky about it.

  • Yeah, the answer where you do the test.

  • You're cheating.

  • Oh, can you?

  • Coming soon.

  • Yeah, you can.

  • Verb cunning.

  • So the teacher is going to tell you.

  • Coming, coming.

  • Have another one.

  • Yeah.

  • So this is gift gift present, President, But it means poison.

  • Oh, God.

  • Christmas present.

  • Yeah, President, like you can take a shank.

  • Shank gift is like poison.

  • Be careful.

  • If someone's like this like do you want?

  • Gift is poison.

  • How do you spell it the same.

  • So I guess I have 11 I feel like I think it's a g string when I hear that.

  • Yeah, that sounds like G strength pants.

  • I kind of know an Indonesian.

  • They call Japan.

  • Oh, really similar.

  • Really similar.

  • And it's not deep on it.

  • It's jeans, jeans, jeans.

  • Yeah, this is Alpha.

  • Yeah, she's old jeans.

  • 41 for the A G String district Parents.

  • Yeah, like that's everything.

  • Yeah, I learned a few words today.

  • Yeah, which is your favorite today.

  • This time I like Tom Holsen Like your horse.

  • Oh, the horse sound.

  • Probably making it wrong.

  • Horse sounds was so good.

  • I'm a really confusing horse.

  • I'm saying it wrong.

  • You guys write in the comments below.

  • How should it sound like in the late?

  • Yeah, let me know if I was incorrect as well.

  • What was yours To get a horse.

  • The oh, maybe maybe gonna save different.

  • Alright, Well, that's it from us this time.

  • Let us know in the comments down below what words you want to hear for the next video.

  • Because these are super fun and we love doing them.

  • Thank you so much for watching them and giving your support.

  • Thanks for watching guys.

  • And we'll see you in the next video.

  • We have the sound of a mess, that sound of the mouth choking.

  • Well, there's that mouse with the O Shrine simple.

Hello, everybody.

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