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April 21, 2006

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Scott

I love these posts. Onomatopoeia is one of the areas in Japanese that I've just avoided. There are so many things I'm terrible at in Japanese, that I've just leaving onomatopoeia until later. However, posts like these and the originator always make me interested in them all the more. I'd be interested to see a couple sample sentences in Japanese to get the hang of usage, placement, etc. Great post as always!

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