10 japanese words per day 59

10 japanese words per day 5910 japanese words per day 59 .

10 japanese words per day 59. Let’s learn 10 japanese new words everyday. these words are the most common japanese words used in everyday conversation and in JLPT Tests. These words are taken from 1000 common Japanese words.

10 japanese words per day 59

581. 風邪薬

Reading : kazegusuri
Meaning : cold medicine

Example :

風を引いたとき、早く風薬を飲んだほうがいい。
Kaze o hii ta toki, hayaku kazegusuri o non da hou ga ii.
When having a cold, you should immediately take cold medicine.

582. 靴下

Reading : kutsushita
Meaning : socks

Example :

あなたの靴下は汚いですよ。
Anata no kutsushita ha kitanai desu yo.
Your socks are dirty.

583. たばこ

Reading : tabako
Meaning : tobacco, cigarette

Example :

子供はタバコを吸ってはいけない。
Kodomo ha tabako o sutte ha ike nai.
Children are prohibited to smoke cigarette.

584. アイスコーヒー

Reading : aisuko-hi-
Meaning : iced coffee

Example :

アイスコーヒーが好きです。
Aisu kōhī ga suki desu.
I like iced coffee.

585. 天ぷら

Reading : tempura
Meaning : Japanese deep-fried food

Example :

天ぷらは美味しいといわれます。
Tenpura ha oishii to iware masu.
It is said that the Tempura is delicious.

586. 肉

Reading : niku
Meaning : flesh, meat

Example :

肉をたくさん食べると体が弱くなる。
Niku o takusan taberu to karada ga yowaku naru.
If eating a lot of meat, the body grows weaker.

587. 昨夜

Reading : sakuya
Meaning : last night, last evening (colloquial)

Example :

昨夜、早く寝た。
Sakuya, hayaku ne ta.
Last night I slept early.

588. 流行る

Reading : hayaru
Meaning : be in fashion, be popular

Example :

この曲はある時代で流行りました。
Kono kyoku ha aru jidai de hayari mashi ta.
This song was once popular.

589. 連れて来る

Reading : tsuretekuru
Meaning : bring (a person)

Example :

今度の出張は日本に子供を連れて来た。
Kondo no shucchou ha nippon ni kodomo o tsure te ki ta.
This business, I brought my son to Japan.

590. 方

Reading : kata
Meaning : person (polite form)

Example :

どの方ですか。
Dono hou desu ka.
Which person?

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