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【Japanese Vocabulary】difference between ねばねば (nebaneba) and べとべと (betobeto)

The photo is 'grated yam'. ねばねば and べとべと are both Japanese onomatopoeia and often used in a daily conversation. Let's find out how to pronounce and use them.
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【Japanese onomatopoeia for touching and feeling】ねばねば (nebaneba), べとべと (betobeto), つるつる (tsurutsuru), ぷるぷる (purupuru) and more.

On this page, you can learn Japanese onomatopoeia for touching and feeling.
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【Japanese onomatopoeia for animal sound】わんわん (wanwan), ニャーニャー (nyaanyaa), ガーガー (gaagaa)

On this page, you can learn Japanese onomatopoeia for animal sound.
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【Summary】What is Japanese onomatopoeia?

You can understand what Japanese onomatopoeia is on this page. There are three different groups for it.
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【Japanese Vocabulary】difference between 買い物 (kaimono) and 買い出し (kaidashi)

買い出し is not a common word but you may sometimes hear it in a daily conversation. Let's find out how to pronounce and use it.
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What is more frequent than what in Japanese? – itsumo(いつも), taitei(たいてい), tokidoki(ときどき), hotondo(ほとんど), mettani(めったに)

On this page, you learn see the list of frequency adverbs.
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Vocabulary: Numbers – counter for nights to stay

On this page, you can learn how to count nights to stay in Japanese.
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English slang words in Japanese

On this page, you can learn how to say English slang words in Japanese.
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Vocabulary: languages

On this page you can learn how to say various languages in Japanese.
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Vocabulary: Basic nouns 3

On this page, you can learn very basic Japanese nouns.
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