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Awakening with Hopelessness

ponta 306 · April 21

Target Language - English

College students tend to stay up late and oversleep in the morning. There is a Japanese slang that expresses oversleeping exaggeratedly. The slang is "絶起 (Zekki)" which is the abbreviation for despair and getting out of bed. My friends also used it when they got up late and were late for their classes.


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Correction 1 / 2
heavensblade13 341 April 21, 2021
Awakening with Hopelessness
College students tend to stay up late and oversleep in the morning.
There is a Japanese slang that expresses oversleeping exaggeratedly.

There is a Japanese slang thatword that exaggeratedly expresses oversleeping exaggeratedly.

The slang is "絶起 (Zekki)" which is the abbreviation for despair and getting out of bed.

The slangword is "絶起 (Zekki)" which is the abbrevicombination ofor despair and getting out of bed.

Without more context, I think the other user's correction makes sense. But, I think you could add more context and write something like:
"The word is "絶起 (Zekki)" which is the abbreviation for "絶望の起床 (Zetsubou no Kishou)" and combines despair and getting out of bed."
My friends also used it when they got up late and were late for their classes.

My friends also used it when they got up late and were late for their classes.

The sentence is correct, but I think the "also" here is unnecessary since you haven't previously referred to anyone else who used the word.
Correction 2 / 2
dimity 0 April 21, 2021
College students tend to stay up late and oversleep in the morning.
There is a Japanese slang that expresses oversleeping exaggeratedly.

There is a Japanese slaying that expressover-exaggerates oversleeping exaggeratedly.

The slang is "絶起 (Zekki)" which is the abbreviation for despair and getting out of bed.

The slaying is "絶起 (Zekki)" which is the abbreviation forcombines despair and getting out of bed.

My friends also used it when they got up late and were late for their classes.