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From this April, we are picking-up a word alphabetically every month that has various meanings with different pronunciation.
A Word to learn this month is "eksamen".
Gawa ..... made from or made of Gawa ...... to become or because of Gawa-gawa ... fictitious or fabricated
C: Ito pala ang sinasabi mong secret cafe mo, Neriza! Maaliwalas at komportable. N: Nakakarelaks, hindi ba, gawa ng tunog lang ng “furin“ na gawa sa kabibe ang maririnig. C: Akala ko e gawa-gawa mo lang sa istorya mo ang nadiskubre mong bagong lugar! N: Naniwala ka na ba? Parang nasa Pilipinas tayo. Taga-Okinawa ang may-ari kaya ang mga tasa ay gawa roon. C: At ang sarap ng “Beni-imo“ at sequasa ice cream. Lasang ube at calamansi! N: Gawa rin iyan ng may-ari! Akala ko ba ay pupunta rin si Delia dito! C: Ayy naku... naroon pa raw sila nina Herbert at Katrina sa Kungkung Philippine Restaurant. Kumakain ng Halu-halo! N: Baka gawa-gawa mo iyan ha, Cindy!!
C: So, this is the secret cafe you’ve been telling, Neriza! Cozy and comfortable! N: It’s so relaxing here, isn’t it? And you’ll hear only the sound of the chimes made of shell! C: I thought that this place was fictitious in your story. N: So do you believe me now? The owner is from Okinawa that’s why the cups were made there. C: This purple sweet potato and sequasa ice cream are delicious. They taste like purple yam and calamansi! N: Made by the owner, too! I thought Delia is coming here too? C: Well, she’s still with Herbert and Katrina in Kungkung Philippine Restaurant eating Haluhalo! N: Are you joking??
<<<Words & Phrases in the dialogue>>>
sinasabi ... have been telling （行っている） maaliwalas ... cozy （居心地の良い、こぢんまりした） komportable ... comfortable （快適な） tahimik ... quiet （静かな） tunog ... sound （音） kabibi ... clamshell （ハマグリの貝殻） lugar ... place （場所） tasa ... cup （カップ） naroon ... there （そこに、あそこに） kumakain ... eating （食べている） Halu-halo ... Kakigori in Japanese (shaved ice with preserved sweets, red bean sweets and ice cream topping)