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Soup in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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スープ info.

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Think of the English word "soup" and how it sounds. The Japanese word "スープ" (suupu) sounds very similar.
– Imagine holding a soup spoon in Japan, saying "Soup" in an exaggerated English accent, which might remind you of "スープ".

– "スープ" is written in Katakana, which is commonly used for foreign loan words.
– It retains the basic sound of the English word "soup," making it easier to remember.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– "汁物" (しるもの, shiru mono) – Soup or broth in traditional Japanese.
– "ポタージュ" (ポタージュ) – Potage, a type of thick soup.

Alternate Meanings and Slang:
– "スープ" does not have specific slang meanings and is generally used to refer to soup.
– In some contexts, it can refer to a liquid mixture of ingredients in a broader culinary sense, but this is less common.

Examples of Sentences:
1. 今日の昼ご飯はスープとサンドイッチを食べました。
– Romanized: Kyō no hirugohan wa suupu to sandoicchi o tabemaa.
– Translation: I had soup and a sandwich for lunch today.

2. このレストランのスープはとても美味しいです。
– Romanized: Kono resutoran no suupu wa totemo oishii desu.
– Translation: The soup at this restaurant is very delicious.

3. 寒い日には温かいスープが飲みたくなる。
– Romanized: Samui hi ni wa atatakai suupu ga nomitaku naru.
– Translation: On cold days, I crave warm soup.

4. 彼女はスープにたくさんの野菜を入れるのが好きです。
– Romanized: Kanojo wa suupu ni takusan no yasai o ireru no ga suki desu.
– Translation: She likes to put a lot of vegetables in her soup.

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