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[73] Tongue 舌

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This is the YouTube link to the Japanese Kanji for Tongue

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Tongue Memory Card

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These are the translations (English, with Kanji, just Hiragana and Katakana, Romanji) used in the video.

"Do all reptiles have a forked tongue?"

すべての爬虫類は二股の を持っていますか?


Subete no hachūrui wa futamata no shita o motteimasu ka?

"The doctor made me stick out my tongue."

医者は私に を出させました


Isha wa watashi ni shita o dasasemashita.