05
JUN
2015

IPE Academy Idiom Challenge! #15

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IPE Academy Idiom Challenge

Check back every Friday to learn new Japanese idioms with IPE Academy’s Idiom Challenge! Learning vocabulary, hiragana, katakana and kanji are only the beginning. If you really want to understand Japanese language and the culture then you have to learn the idioms. Each week we’ll give you a new idiom to learn and try on your Japanese friends. Idioms are a great way to understand the hearts and mind of Japanese and make for smooth and natural conversation.  Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, and Google+ to get updates on Pop Quizzes, Vocabulary, Kanji, Idioms, Special Offers and more! See how much Japanese your friends and family know, please feel free to “Like” and “Share” this quiz!

  • Idiom #15

    白い目で見る - Shiroi me de miru, "To look at someone with white eyes" What does it mean?
  • Answer

    A cold stare. To look coldly upon, to cast an unwelcoming glance. shiroime de miru