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Every language has its own background. In Japanese, there are less offensive words which relate to bodies of human or animals than foreign languages like English. This is because Japan was an agricultural country, which made its people focus on rice and plants rather than cattle. But that does not mean they did not speak bad words at all. They just try not to use them in public.
Languages reflect national character. The Japanese like to speak in a way that avoids direct expressions. The reason why they do so is that they are sensitive to and care the feelings of other people. Such an aesthetic, however, generated a widespread problem: lots of mistakes in honorific expressions. What is more, there is a worry that Japanese language may be changing in a bad direction.
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