We can see real junior high school students’ conversations. They use colloquial language and monologue, except for music scenes. It means easy to understand what they speak.
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In this Anime we can learn Japanese in both somewhat reserved manners and friendly manners, as the main character is a secondary school student who returned to Lake Kiriya City after seven years. Note also the word in the title which you write “天体” (てんたい, celestial) and pronounce “そら” in this Anime.
A work depicting the life of students going to Asahigaoka Bunko, set in a countryside in Japan. Some characters speak in a unique language while some others speak in a dialect, making viewers notice the ways Japanese language could transform.
The characters are high school students, so you can learn how they speak in daily life from this anime. It is interesting to pay attention to differences in the way boys and girls talk. It would be nice to emulate their way of talking according to your sex.
Since most of the Japanese used in the whole is mostly general, this anime is very suitable for watching Japanese learning. Let’s note that how to talk about some female characters is exaggerated for anime.
This work is about the relationship between the father-in-law and child. Therefore, you can enjoy the difference in the words between children and adults.
The main characters are using standard Japanese (Only Yakusa Chimo uses Hiroshima dialect). There are also scenes using polite language for a superior person and overall wording is polite. Slang words do not appear.
The main characters use common Japanese in this work. They use a frank and polite way of speaking depending on the scene. Words related to youkai are unique, but slang words do not come out.
The main characters use general Japanese, and a few use a unique phrase to emphasize their own character. This is a strong comedy anime, but they never talk in slang.
There are many scenes where the major characters use polite language. In the case of friends etc, they will talk in a frank tone but they will not use slang.