10 japanese words per day 105

10 japanese words per day 10510 japanese words per day 105 .

10 japanese words per day 105. 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 105

1041. 往復

Reading : おうふくoufuku
Meaning : round trip

Example :

駅で往復切符を買った。
eki de oufuku kippu wo katu ta
I bought a two-way tickets at the gas station.

1042. コピー

Reading : コピーkopi-
Meaning : copy, photocopy

Example :

僕の答えをコピーしないで。
boku no kotae wo kopi shi nai de
Don’t copy my answers.

1043. 奥

Reading : おく oku
Meaning : inner part, the back

Example :

引き出しの奥に紙がたくさんあります。
hikidashi no oku ni kami ga takusan ari masu
There are lots of paper in the back of the drawer.

1044. 重さ

Reading : おもさomosa
Meaning : weight

Example :

この物の重さを知りたい。
kono mono no omo sa wo shiri tai
I want to know the weight of that thing.

1045. 親しい

Reading : したしいshitashii
Meaning : intimate, familiar

Example :

彼女と私は親しい。
kanojo to watakushi ha shitashii
She and I are close.

1046. 修理

Reading : しゅうりshuuri
Meaning : repair, mending

Example :

故障したパソコンが修理された。
koshou shi ta pasokon ga shuuri sa re ta
The broken computer has been fixed.

1047. カード

Reading : カードka-do
Meaning : card

Example :

テレホンカードを買いたい。
terehonkado wo kai tai
I want to buy a phone card.

1048. 挨拶

Reading : あいさつaisatsu
Meaning : greet, greeting

Example :

先生に会うとせめて挨拶をしなければいけない。
sensei ni au to semete aisatsu wo shi nakere ba ike nai
When seeing a teacher, the least you can do is to greet.

1049. 階段

Reading : かいだんkaidan
Meaning : steps, flight of stairs

Example :

さっき彼は階段から転んだ。
sakki kare ha kaidan kara koron da
He fell down from the stairs just now.

1050. 配る

Reading : くばるkubaru
Meaning : hand out, distribute

Example :

みんなに資料を配った。
minna ni shiryou wo kubatu ta
I distributed the documents to everyone.

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