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Rainy season in Japanese 🇯🇵

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rainy season つゆ
How to say “rainy season” in Japanese? “つゆ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “つゆ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on rainy season in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– "Tsuyu" sounds like "sue you" in English, and you might imagine someone suing you for something related to rain (like slipping because of the rain).
– Think of "tsunami" which is also water-related; the "tsu" sound can help you associate with water.

– つゆ (tsuyu) translates directly to "rainy season" in English and refers to the period of relentless rain typical in Japan, usually occurring from early June to mid-July.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 雨季 (うき, uki) – This term means "rainy season" more generally and can be used to refer to the rainy season in any country.
– 梅雨 (ばいう, baiu) – Another reading for つゆ, referring specifically to the rainy season.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– As slang, つゆ can mean "soup" or "broth" in casual contexts, particularly in relation to Japanese cuisine.
– It can also be used metaphorically to describe fleeting or transient things, like morning dew.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 今年のつゆは長いですね。
*Kotoshi no tsuyu wa nagai desu ne.*
– "This year's rainy season is long, isn't it?"

2. つゆの時期には必ず傘を持ち歩きます。
*Tsuyu no jiki ni wa kanarazu kasa o mochi arukimasu.*
– "During the rainy season, I always carry an umbrella."

3. このラーメンのつゆは本当に美味しいです。
*Kono rāmen no tsuyu wa hontō ni oishii desu.*
– "The broth of this ramen is really delicious."

4. 彼の話はつゆのようにすぐに消えてしまった。
*Kare no hanashi wa tsuyu no yō ni sugu ni kiete shimatta.*
– "His story disappeared like dew." (meaning it was short-lived or fleeting)

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