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My son Takeh says, “Takeh-chan, I want to do **-no. There are many words with “no” at the end.

Where did he learn such words?

Perhaps they are imitating the language commonly used by women in Japanese and used by girls in the same class.Since women’s language development is faster than men’s and their vocabularies are richer, I assume that men are drawn to women.On the other hand, unusual language usage includes, “What’s this all about? Why? and “What is it? It is like the style of female comedian Nishioka Sumiko, who took the world by storm with her SM queen fashion.

No one in our family uses this kind of language, so it must be something he picked up at the day-care center.

In this way, he absorbs a lot of information at the day-care center and incorporates it into his own life. That’s because the majority of his time is spent at daycare. He spends only a small part of his time with his family, including me and Ishi.

Fortunately, my son has not learned to speak or behave in a vulgar or crude manner, but I can understand why parents who are very concerned about their children’s education and growth would want to send them to a private school. Because they would be concerned about the saying, “Red with vermillion, red with red.”



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