Let’s learn to a Japanese proverb and saying. Have you ever tell a lie?

Japan

Hi there!

Today’s Japanese proverb is lie.

 

嘘八百

 

 

Pronunciation is “uso happyaku”

That means A lot of lie and lier.

 

嘘 means a lie

八百 means 800

 

Uso happyaku literally means a lot of lie.

 

 

嘘つきは泥棒の始まり

 

 

 

 

Pronunciation is “usotuki wa dorobou no hajimari”

That means To ling is the beginning of going wrong way.

 

嘘つき means liar

 

泥棒 means a thief

始まり means the beginning

 

It’s not good way to ling to someone make sad…X(

But some lie makes happy to someone so…next proverb!

 

 

嘘も方便

 

 

 

Pronunciation is “uso mo houben”

That means ling is not good things usually but making happy to someone sometimes.

 

嘘 means lie

方便 means an expedient

 

What do you think to lie to make someone is good or not??

But that lie might be the truth…!

 

 

嘘から出た実

 

 

Pronunciation is “usokara deta makoto”

That means someone had intended to lie or joke but that lie will be true by accident.

 

嘘 means lie

出た means went out

実 means the truth

 

 

In conclusion

 

How was about the Lie?

There are many proverb about lie in Japan!

Let’s enjoy them together!!

 


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