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  • Hello everyone.

  • Welcome to Tokyo Creative Play.

  • I'm your host Emma and welcome back to another language comparison video.

  • So I guess we'll start with an introduction.

  • My name is Emma, I speak english and I'm from Australia saying Alex cider militia then so I can check up the lamb bahasa Malaysia.

  • Hello, you can, you can have Australia's when you can talk to him.

  • Thanks you guys so much for all of your support on these videos.

  • They're super fun to make.

  • So yeah, today we're gonna be comparing our languages and what each of the words sound like.

  • So let's get started.

  • We're gonna start with japanese culture related things.

  • We're starting with salaryman because yeah, before I understand that you can you see that again before, so it is like office and the english is like the employee oh, at an office.

  • So I also don't think that salaryman is a really english thing.

  • Yeah, salaryman.

  • Yeah, it's a salaryman is very japanese, what we call it, like I guess a businessman.

  • Yeah, just like an office work.

  • Office work.

  • Yeah, salaryman is, and I have to imagine just males.

  • Yeah.

  • Although it can be applied to both.

  • Yeah, that's true because we cannot call the way lucky cat a really long way so far is dull.

  • Quenching is cat and means lucky doll cat lucky.

  • Yeah.

  • Like, I mean it's a backwards way.

  • That's the way you know.

  • So it sounds like another false friends way Vinca is like waving cat.

  • I think I remember cuts from the previous video means cat.

  • Yeah.

  • Check out the last video if you haven't seen it yet.

  • Smooth, smooth way subscribed way next is packed lunch.

  • Because what does that mean?

  • Like broken down by means pack mckinnon is food in general.

  • Like what does that mean?

  • China is like in japanese, it means like left like food that you'll get at your vital.

  • Oh, german lunch packet, lunch packet packet.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • Festival.

  • What city esta fest we have like in english like something first and then I'll say something fester.

  • Pesto, pesto, pesto pesto what we're talking on two different topics.

  • Video games for mine in video video spiller.

  • Yeah, she does play right.

  • I'm getting, I'm learning things.

  • Video video games, bon appetit, joe maca.

  • I don't like when we eat, we, well, some people pray, Some people just eat.

  • We don't really have like thank you for the food, but we pray in our own language.

  • But we do invite our friends like we are with our friends will say let's eat.

  • Okay, let me say good, good.

  • Yeah.

  • So so bon appetit is french french.

  • It's very, yeah.

  • Yes.

  • In english, if we're doing like true english in Australia.

  • Be diggin guys.

  • Yeah, awesome leaves, download, download, download, download.

  • You know you have a little or no, we don't have autumn season.

  • We only have summer.

  • Oh, okay.

  • Perhaps perhaps perhaps is like, Yeah.

  • And then love is like the leaves on the ground.

  • Absolutely, absolutely.

  • No, please, sorry, Bauza from our good.

  • How are you come back as a super king cooking?

  • M.

  • L.

  • A buzzer.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh what?

  • You guys are not saying cuBA?

  • Because cuBA is easy to say.

  • No.

  • Yeah, I think about it sounds more scary.

  • 1000.

  • No, no, but the feeling of it feels like boss meaning to it.

  • It's got a feeling to it, but there's no next topic is colors start with blue.

  • Love with colours in japanese, you add on to the end of it.

  • It's uh it's like it's a colored something.

  • Yeah, but when it's just by itself, it's just like, oh, say like, oh, you know blue.

  • Yeah, black shots.

  • Rainbow.

  • Rainbow colored.

  • Okay, but it's the same rainbow color.

  • Uh, Leijonborg, Reagan morgan fabric, fabric fabric.

  • So Reagan is rain morgan is rainbow and then fabric is colored blue because my father is like color rainbow colored is I see the purple.

  • Uh, no, no, no.

  • Uh oh, lela.

  • Lela.

  • Lela Yeah, Read uh what?

  • Oh, it's spelled rot.

  • Sounds bad.

  • Sorry, it's interesting.

  • Silver zimba like s yellow gunning.

  • Sorry, you're looking like a fish living in there.

  • Yeah, my me a fish and deep sea and its new and I can name it.

  • Get 100% next time we have body parts, just touch your eyes.

  • Met mother.

  • Olga knows.

  • Huh?

  • Nasa, Nasa.

  • No mouth.

  • I got a security and japanese is really good to know.

  • Like for Gucci and Dior Gucci because it's like entrance mouth, exit mouth is really how you see it.

  • Yeah, every time when I left I'm like I entered the mouth and exit them.

  • Hey Rambo ha ha ha ha, high fingers, you beat daddy finger finger uh sounds Australian fingers.

  • Next is stomach.

  • Oh, Oh yeah, that was great.

  • You said I was copying but but yeah, but so you know.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, armpits.

  • Lucky.

  • Yeah, absolutely, absolutely, absolutely.

  • So axel is like the shoulder or like the armpit, but then hula is cave, that makes sense.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay, when I first came to Japan, I was talking to my friend who spoke a little bit of english and she was like what is this?

  • And I was like, oh, armpit And she was like a pit nose pit.

  • I was like no air pit, like, like I'm like, oh no, oh I'm german, if you read it it looks like ash.

  • I I hold it hold, it sounds like some guy's name accent today.

  • Okay, the last section is fruits.

  • Apple.

  • Then we have following in suit.

  • Pineapple, pineapple pen, pineapple pen, pineapple, pineapple, apple.

  • Uh, most languages, it sounds like uh, english, japanese, orange.

  • No.

  • Huh?

  • What do you call?

  • O J.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, it's not the same as orange people.

  • The cookies and the cakes like it kind of kind of like, oh, oh maybe they're like, it's german.

  • So it's in northern Germany, they call it Xena.

  • Yeah, interesting like apple.

  • And then Xena watermelon last night like Barcelona, can you say one more time strawberry?

  • I'm not sure if it's correct, but is from japan january to May is the best season for, I'm not sure this story is right or not.

  • Okay.

  • Makes sense.

  • You can remember like that and the cheapest off season is so expensive.

  • And we say strawberry too.

  • And then we say that.

  • I remember saying it sounds like gold to me, but then you come back and the sounds you spell strawberry like with an eye.

  • Yeah, very, very, very sorry rapes, angle, angle angle.

  • Is it related to wine at all?

  • No, no, because in german we call it fine film and buying is like wine because you make wine from grapes.

  • So find home sounds totally different.

  • I don't know.

  • Maybe, uh, is wine like what?

  • Okay.

  • First the wine on the great.

  • You named grapes after wine.

  • It makes sense.

  • Then one came first one came first before grapes.

  • First.

  • Which one?

  • The chicken and the egg.

  • Yeah, why not?

  • Great.

  • All right.

  • Last one.

  • Lemon.

  • Lemon.

  • Lemon, Very nice.

  • Yes.

  • What are your favorite words today?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • It's not asshole, but yeah, sure.

  • Like you get my fish, Get a hello.

  • My favorite was guilt or axle hole.

  • Oh, Germs out there.

  • Sorry.

  • Oh, let us know in the comments down below what your favorite word was.

  • And let us know if there's any words that you want to use next time.

  • Thank you so much for watching and we'll see you in the next video, drink, drink.

  • Uh, to my next time we have body parts, Just touch it.

  • What is it in german?

  • Cut that out, Sandy, Sorry, Sandy.

Hello everyone.

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