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How can you watch splatter films while eating food.
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Vocabulary list

gohan
noun
  1. cooked rice
  2. meal
taberu

masu stem

tabe
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to eat
  2. to live on (e.g. a salary); to live off; to subsist on
nagara
particle
  1. while; during; as
  2. while; although; though; despite; in spite of; notwithstanding
  3. all; both
  4. as (e.g. "as always", "as long ago"); in (e.g. "in tears")
prefix
  1. while doing something else (at the same time)
yoku
adverb
  1. nicely; properly; well; skillfully; skilfully
  2. frequently; often
  3. I'm glad that you ...; thank you for ...
  4. (you have) quite the nerve to; I don't know how you can ...
supurattaaeiga
noun
  1. splatter movie
supurattaa
noun
  1. splatter (film)
eiga
noun, no adjective
  1. movie; film
miru

Colloquial Potential Plain Present Indicative Form

mireru
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to see; to look; to watch; to view; to observe
  2. to examine; to look over; to assess; to check; to judge
  3. to look after; to attend to; to take care of; to keep an eye on
  4. to experience; to meet with (misfortune, success, etc.)
auxiliary verb, ichidan verb
  1. to try ...; to have a go at ...; to give ... a try (after the -te form of a verb)
  2. to see (that) ...; to find (that) ... (as 〜てみると, 〜てみたら, 〜てみれば, etc.)
ne
particle
  1. right?; don't you think (at sentence end; indicates emphasis, agreement, request for confirmation, etc.)
interjection
  1. hey; come on; listen

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