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    Default Nothing hurts me

    I am trying to explain invincible to my students. So far Ive done pretty good by having them hit me in the arm and saying itakunai. But I need something to fall back on in case my next class just cant get it.

    So, how can I explain invincible to them using a short phrase in Japanese.

    Should I use Muteki or just say nani mo itakunai...

    Help me!
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    OPPORTUNITYISNOWHERE mteacher80's Avatar
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    well just tell them you are like superman, with out the weakness to kyptonite

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    征服 せいふく means conquest or conquer so 征服できない means unconquerable but invinsibility is as you said, 無敵 むてき or 不敗 ふはい (unable to lose)
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    I don't think invincibility is the ability to withstand pain...

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    Draw a picture of Mario and a picture of a golden star with 2 eyes and your students will understand!
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