Category : Language

Answer: There are quite a few different ways to do it and it honestly depends on how you write your normal W. You can simply do it the same way but a capital version of it and maybe add one or two loops or curls on the ends. If you’re doing for calligraphy, you can ..

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Answer: This phrase come from military and actually means “attention”. The first part of the words isn’t stressed so it’s not pronounced and the second one is pronounced extremely clearly. As for the last part, there’s also one mispronounced syllable. These changes give us what we actually hear: “ah-TEN;hut” It&#82..

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Answer: You can’t really choose just one of them because there’re so many great ones. But here are a few examples: Gagan, Garveet, Gautam, Gopesh, Gritik, Garishit, Gagnesh, Gundeep, and Gitesh. You can also check whole lists of names on websites like gomama247.com and naamvidya.com. There you can see their meanings and choose the name ..

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Answer: There are three main options you can use: first is Okaa-san お母さん and you use to address your mother formally or someone else’s mother; Kaa-chan 母ちゃん basically means “mommy”; and Ha ha 母 is “mom” which is how you’d address your own mother. It&#82..

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