VIDEO| Speakin’ Japanese lesson: Wash your hands

VIDEO| Speakin’ Japanese lesson: Wash your hands

by Shoji Kudaka
Stripes Okinawa

With a new emphasis on handwashing and distancing to prevent the coronavirus, let’s learn a useful phrase while we’re staying home. 
Today’s phrase is – “Te wo arai mashou,” which means “Let’s wash our hands.”
Let’s wash our hands and stay COVID-19-free. 

“Te wo arai mashou” = Let’s wash our hands.
“Te” – hand, “arai mashou” – Let’s wash
Repeat after me: Te wo arai mashou
Take care and I’ll see you in the next episode of Speakin’ Japanese!

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