Hi everyone! Have you ever tried コンビニスイーツ ( = conbini suiitsu. = sweets that you can buy at convenience stores) in Japan?
I am not a big fan of them but I love プレミアムいちごのロールケーキ ( = puremiamu ichigo no rouru keiki) “Premium strawberry rolled cake“ !onpu!
★プチお土産 = puchi omiyage = a little souvenir，a small gift
= Kore puchi omiyage!
= This is a small gift for you!
★プチホテル = puchi hoteru = a small fancy hotel
★プチ自慢 = puchi jiman = some little thing that you can brag about. one’s little claim to fame
= Watashi no puchijiman wa Maggie sensei no sain wo motte iru koto desu.
= My little claim to fame is that I have Maggie Sensei’s autograph.
★ プチ旅行 = puchi ryokou = a short trip
= Ashita kara puchi ryokou ni ikimasu.
= I will go on a short trip from tomorrow.
★ プチ留学 = puchi ryuugaku = studying abroad in a short period time
= Kanada ni ryuugaku shitetano? Sugoine!
= You have been in Canada to study? Wow!
= Un, demo puchi ryuugaku dayo.
= Yes, but it was just a short period of time.
★プチ断食 = puchi danjiki = mini fasting diet
★プチダイエット = puchi daietto = on a casual diet.
= Ima daietto chu dakara amai mono taberarenaino.
= I am on a casual diet so I can’t eat sweets.
★ プチ整形 = puchi seikei = mini facelift, quick facelift
★ プチ休暇 = puchi kyuuka = a short vacation
★プチ家電 = puchi kaden = small size home electrical appliances
★ プチ鬱 = puchi utsu = light depression
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I just discovered this blog 2 days ago while googling a more thorough explanation of “~teotsu” and my God, this is fantastic!
I love the adorable dog icon, I love your explanations, I love your lessons. Thank you so much, you cannot imagine how much I appreciate you doing this!
Hi Vex! Welcome to Maggie Sensei’s site!
Thank you for your nice message. I am VERY happy to hear you like my lessons.
There are many lessons here so please come visit us again.
I was just wondering Yukari-sensei, if you have anything on OR could possibly explain (thoroughly? :D) the difference between やる and する, because I’ve heard them being used almost interchangeably…
Hello Daisy! We don’t have the lesson on the difference between やる and する yet. Sure! We will put it on the list. But there are still over 40 lessons to release so please wait, OK? (Or we might post the lesson on Facebook. Do you follow us on Facebook?)