Vocabulary Card – 彼処 – あそこ

Furigana: あそこ

Romaji: Asoko

Meaning: there

Level: JLPT N5

Word Type: noun


Writing

Kanji Meaning Onyomi Kunyomi JLPT
Him, his A Kare
place Sho Tokoro

Examples

Kanji あそこで何をしていたのか。
Furigana あそこでなにをしていたのか。
Romaji Asoko de nani wo shiteita no ka ?
English What were you doing over there?

Vocabulary

Synonym

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT
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Opposite

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT
此処 ここ koko here

Related words

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT
其処  そこ Soko there -
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Vocabulary Card – 貴方- Anata

Furigana: あなた

Romaji: Anata

Meaning: You, yours, dear

Level: JLPT N5

Word Type: noun


Writing

Kanji Meaning Onyomi Kunyomi JLPT
 Noble, valuable A, Ki  Touto(i/bu)
Way, person Hou Kata

Examples

Kanji この本はあなたのですか。
Furigana  このほんはあなたのですか。
Romaji Kono hon ha anata no desuka.
English Is this book yours ?

Vocabulary

Synonym

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT
 君  きみ  Kimi  You -
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Opposite

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT
  わたし Watashi Me, I

Related words

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT
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Vocabulary Card – 椅子 – Isu

Furigana: いす

Romaji: Isu

Meaning: a Chair, a Stool

Level: JLPT N5

Word Type: noun


Writing

Kanji Meaning Onyomi Kunyomi JLPT
 I
Children Shi, Su Ko

Examples

Kanji この椅子は壊れたのでそっちの方に座ってください。
Furigana  このいすはこわれたのでそっちのほうにすわってください。
Romaji Kono isu ha kowareta node socchi no hou ni suwatte kudasai.
English  This chair is broken so please sit over there.

Vocabulary

Synonym

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT
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Opposite

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT

Related words

Kanji Furigana
Romaji Meaning JLPT
 揺り椅子 ゆりいす Yuriisu Rocking chair
椅子 くるまいす Kurumaisu Wheelchair -

Do you know the origin of the Japanese word sayounara

The origin of the word sayounara

Many people around the globe know the Japanese word to say good bye sayonara (さようなら). But do you know what it literally means and what its origins are? Find out watching this video.

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Do you know the origin of the Japanese word arigatou

Do you know the origin of the Japanese word for thank you – arigatou? Watch this nice video and find out.

Here are the two kanji mentioned in the vide0:

有

有 - ari - to exist

難 (no kanji card yet). This is the kanji used in 難しい – muzukashii – difficult

 

 

 

 

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