It’s rather easy to pick up Japanese vocabulary related to love and relationships when you’re exposed to popular media. Just listening to a song or watching a drama could help you learn expressions that depict love in all its wondrous glory. For this video, however, I focused on the messy side of romantic endeavors. So if you’re feeling unhappy in love, let’s learn a few words and drink to that.
01. 別れた(wakareta; verb, past plain form)
meaning: to break up
Kareshi to wakareta.
My boyfriend and I broke up. Continue reading