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Japanese Audio Request

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  • ... ( recorded by Citronella ), standard Japanese

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    森林 - 木や植物で覆われた広大な土地通常は野生

    山 - 地上の一部が隆起したもので、丘よりもはるかに大きく、頂上は雪で覆われていることもある

    海 - 地上の広い部分をカバーする塩水の広い区域で、海洋よりも小さい部分的にまたは完全に陸に囲まれている。

    海洋 - 地球の大部分をカバーし、地球を大陸と島に分ける塩辛い水の空間。

    砂漠 - 砂や岩で覆われた広大な乾燥地で、雨が少なく、植生がほとんどないか植物が全く生えていない

    家 - 人々が住のに使用する建物。


June 7, 2020

Before recording, I'd like to ask a question.
Your sentences are fine, but there are two styles in them, ですます調 and だ、である調.
Former is polite way, sounds like someone narrates the sentences.
Latter is normal way, used in definition in the dictionary for example.
Both are fine, but the bottom line is we don't mix them in one article. (except the author deliberately does for some special effects)

So I'd like to choose either style and correct some sentences.
Which do you prefer, ですます調 like in the first sentence, or だ、である調 like in the third one?

"Stopping at the noun style" like in the forth sentence sounds more like だ、である調 but it can be used in ですます調 with no problem.


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