These form the components for one of the first Japanese tongue-twisters I ever learned:
“migi me migi mimi migi mimi migi me”
right eye, right ear, right ear, right eye
I find it helps me remember “right” in Japanese. When I think of the tongue-twister, my right hand twitches as if to start doing the actions which go with it (pointing to the right eye and right ear).
left and right
When I twitch my left hand I want to say:
I am left-handed!
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