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Japan Love Mobile

December 30, 2008

A video from a Brazilian TV program. It shows how Japanese LOVE their “keitai”, which means “mobile phone”.

Update:

By the way, Tokyo5 has pointed something out:

“actually Keitai simply means “mobile”. “Mobile phone” is “Keitai-denwa“…but most people simply say “keitai” when referring to a cell-phone.”

Thanks.

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for the quote.

    And thanks for visiting my site and commenting. Please comment on my site anytime.

    I replied to your comment here:
    http://tokyo5.wordpress.com/2008/12/30/counter-suffixes/#comment-1120


  2. >“keitai”, which means “mobile phone”

    Not to nitpick, but actually Keitai simply means “mobile“.

    Mobile phone” is “Keitai-denwa“…but most people simply say “keitai” when referring to a cell-phone.



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