Here’s the latest Genki Japan song (and video!) for you, Head, Shoulders, Knees and toes, in Japanese of course!
As usual the mp3 and poster are available in the Genki Japan Download Pack
(If you’ve already bought it, give me an email for a free upgrade – thanks for your support!)
As there is a new song the price is going up soon, so get it ASAP!
And the English version is in the Genki English Teacher’s Pack (Just in case you happen to be teaching over here!)
OK, the words to the song are pretty simple:
頭 = atama = head
肩 = kata = shoulder or shoulders
膝 = hiza = knee or knees
脚 = ashi = leg or legs
足 = ashi = foot or feet
Notice the last two are pronounced just the same, the only difference is the kanji! (See I told you it was useful! )
目 = me = eye or eyes
耳 = mimi = ear or ears
口 = kuchi = mouth
鼻 = hana = nose
Again “hana” is pronounced just the same as 花 for flower, but of course they have different kanji!
Anyway hope you enjoyed the song.
I’ve got a few more ideas so keep telling your friends, and liking on Facebook and hopefully it will inspire me to get back to the studio and bring you some more funky new songs!