It’s always important to continually learn new words and review old ones. I’ll try to do so by posting a word a week. The words are not going to be of any particular difficulty, just whatever comes to mind. I’ll start with a word in one language (most likely Chinese because that’s what I need to review) and then try to find the equivalents in the other languages.
The first word, in honor of Halloween, is the word for candy.
Chinese: 糖果 – tang guo; 糖 is the character for sugar, 果 means fruit.
Japanese: 飴 – あめ – ame
Korean: 사탕 – sa tang
French: un bonbon
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