10 japanese words per day 29

10 japanese words per day 2910 japanese words per day 29 .

10 japanese words per day 29. 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 29

281. 三

Reading : san
Meaning : three

Example :

三足す一は四です。 San tasu ichi ha yon desu.
Three plus one equals four..

282. 水曜日

Reading : suiyoubi
Meaning : Wednesday

Example :

水曜日は山田さんと付き合う。
Suiyoubi ha yamada san to tsukiau.
I’ll have a date with Yamada on Wednesday.

283. 二つ

Reading : futatsu
Meaning : two (things)

Example :

コップを二つください。
Koppu o futatsu kudasai.
Can I have two cups?

284. 今晩

Reading : konban
Meaning : this evening, tonight

Example :

今晩私と飲み会に行きましょう。
Konban watashi to nomi kai ni iki masho u.
Let’s go to the drink party with me tonight.

285. 千

Reading : sen
Meaning : thousand

Example :

この商品は5千円ですよ。
Kono shouhin ha go sen en desu yo.
This product costs five thousand yen..

286. 六日

Reading : muika
Meaning : six days, sixth of the month

Example :

六日に大学生になります。
muika ni daigakusei ni nari masu.
I’ll become a student at sixth of this month.

287. お姉さん

Reading : onesan
Meaning : older sister

Example :

お姉さんは元気になりましたか
O neesan ha genki ni nari mashi ta ka
has your older sister got better?

288. 直る

Reading : naoru
Meaning : be repaired, get fixed

Example :

この車が直れませんよ。
Kono kuruma ga naore mase n yo
This car can’t be repaired.

289. ちょっと

Reading : chotto
Meaning : just a moment, just a little

Example :

ちょっと待ってください。
Just a moment please.

290. 四

Reading : yon
Meaning : four (Japanese origin)

Example :

日本人にとって、四は運が悪い数です。
Nipponjin nitotte, yon ha un ga warui kazu desu.
Four is a unlucky number for Japanese.

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