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Learn Japanese Giongo and Gitaigo (Onomatopoeic Words)

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If you are an intermediate student of Japanese, you have probably studied giongo and gitaigo, the Japanese words whose pronunciation mimics the word's meaning. From tokidoki or sorosoro at the beginner level, the Japanese language has a rich vocabulary of these rhyming words.

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