10 japanese words per day 40

10 japanese words per day 4010 japanese words per day 40 .

10 japanese words per day 40. 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 40

391. 七日

Reading : nanoka
Meaning : seven days, seventh of the month

Example :

七月七日は七夕祭りです。
Shichigatsu nana nichi ha tanabata matsuri desu.
Tanaba festival is on July 7th.

392. 以外

Reading : igai
Meaning : except for

Example :

辛いもの以外、何でも食べられます。
Tsurai mo no igai, nani demo taberare masu.
Except for spicy food I can eat anything.

393. 男

Reading : otoko
Meaning : man, male

Example :

男の人は私にじっと見ます。
Otoko no hito ha watashi ni jitto mi masu.
The man stares at me.

394. 彼

Reading : kare
Meaning : he, one’s boyfriend

Example :

彼はクラス長です。
Kare ha kurasu chou desu.
He’s head of the class/class monitor.

395. 女

Reading : onna
Meaning : woman

Example :

あの女の人は綺麗ですね。
Ano onna no hito ha kirei desu ne.
That woman is pretty, right?

396. 妻

Reading : tsuma
Meaning : woman

Example :

妻が作った料理がいつも美味しい。
Tsuma ga tsukutta ryouri ga itsumo oishii.
Food my wife makes is always tasteful.

397. 百

Reading : hyaku
Meaning : hundred

Example :

一から百まで九十九数があります?
Ichi kara hyaku made kyuu juu kyuu suu ga ari masu ?
There are 99 numbers from one to one hundred?

398. 辺

Reading : atari
Meaning : vicinity

Example :

この辺は安全じゃない辺です。
Kono atari ha anzen ja nai atari desu.
This vicinity is not safe.

399. 店

Reading : mise
Meaning : shop, store

Example :

このそば店はいつも込んでいる。
Kono soba ten ha itsumo kon de iru.
This Soba noodle store is always full.

400. 閉まる

Reading : shimaru
Meaning : be shut, be closed

Example :

今日好きなレストランがしまっています。
Kyou suki na resutoran ga shimatte i masu.
Today my favaorite restaurant is closed.

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