Podcast 54: Phrases that use 気 in Japanese

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The topic for this lesson is the word 気 Ki.

気 has a lot of meanings depending on context. It up in has various meanings such as spirit, heart or mind. It can also mean mood or air. You probably already know the word 元気 Genkiwhich means well. Another example would be 気分 Kibun which means feeling or mood. And there is also 気圧 Kiatsu which means atmospheric pressure.

However, in this lesson, we’re going to focus more on how 気 is used in conversational phrases related to thinking, your mind and your attitude.

So, if you can remember at least a few of these phrases, your spoken Japanese will definitely sound more natural and fluent.

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