Japanese Word of the Day - grape (noun)


5
Mar
2015

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ぶどう (ぶどう) grape (noun)

ねずみがぶどうを食べている。
ねずみがぶどうをたべている。
The mouse is eating a grape.

赤のブドウも緑のブドウもよく搾るとワインやジュースになります。
あかのブドウもみどりのブドウもよくしぼるとワインやジュースになります。
Both red and green grapes are good squeezed and turned into wine or juice.

今でも人々は、裸足でブドウを踏んで、ワインを造っているのですか?
いまでもひとびとは、はだしでブドウをふんで、ワインをつくっているのですか?
Do people still stomp on grapes in their bare feet to make wine?

一房の赤ぶどうと、一房の白ぶどう
ひとふさのあかぶどうと、ひとふさのしろぶどう
a bunch of red grapes and a bunch of white grapes

ぶどうジュース
ぶどうジュース
grape juice

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Japanese Word of the Day - rash (noun)


4
Mar
2015

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発疹 (ほっしん) rash (noun)

彼は発疹があります。
かれはほっしんがあります。
He has a rash.

ツタウルシで、彼女の腕に痒みを伴う発疹を引き起こしました。
ツタウルシで、かのじょのうでにかゆみをともなうほっしんをひきおこしました。
The poison ivy caused her to develop an itchy rash on her arm.

痒みのある発疹
かゆみのあるほっしん
itchy rash

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Japanese Word of the Day - tooth (noun)


3
Mar
2015

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歯 (は) tooth (noun)

女の人が歯を磨いた。
おんなのひとがはをみがいた。
The woman brushed her teeth.

女の人が歯を磨く。
おんなのひとがはをみがく。
The woman brushes her teeth.

歯が痛くなったら、歯医者に行ったほうが良い。
はがいたくなったら、はいしゃにいったほうがよい。
When your tooth hurts, it is important to go to the dentist.

歯の立体模型
はのりったいもけい
3D model of a tooth

歯を抜く
はをぬく
extract a tooth

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Japanese Word of the Day - cheap (i-adjective)


2
Mar
2015

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安い (やすい) cheap (i-adjective)

もうちょっと安くしてもらえますか。
もうちょっとやすくしてもらえますか。
Could you make this a little cheaper?

腕時計は安くないです。
うでどけいはやすくないです。
The wrist watch is not cheap.

私は安い靴を探しています。
わたしはやすいくつをさがしています。
I’m looking for a cheap pair of shoes.

安くする
やすくする
make ~ cheap

安いサングラス
やすいサングラス
cheap sunglasses

安い靴
やすいくつ
cheap shoes

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Japanese Word of the Day - stomach (noun)


1
Mar
2015

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胃 (い) stomach (noun)

医者が、手に胃の模型を持っている。
いしゃが、てにいのもけいをもっている。
The doctor is holding a stomach model.

私は食べすぎたので、今、胃が痛い。
わたしはたべすぎたので、いま、いがいたい。
I ate too much, and now my stomach hurts.

食べ過ぎて、お腹が痛いです。
たべすぎて、おなかがいたいです。
You can prevent stomach problems with a healthy diet.

胃の模型
いのもけい
model of a stomach

胃痛
いつう
painful stomach ache

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Japanese Word of the Day - five (noun)


28
Feb
2015

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五 (ご) five (noun)

ヒトデは五本足です。
ヒトデはごほんあしです。
The starfish has five legs.

五度
ごど
five degrees

五個のりんご
ごこのりんご
five apples

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Japanese Word of the Day - evening (noun)


27
Feb
2015

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夜 (よる) evening (noun)

夕飯の後の夜が楽しいです。
ゆうはんのあとのよるがたのしいです。
After dinner we enjoy our evening.

町の夜
まちのよる
evening in the city

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Japanese Word of the Day - twelve (noun)


26
Feb
2015

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十二 (じゅうに) twelve (noun)

時計は十二時八分前を指しています。
とけいはじゅうにじはっぷんまえをさしています。
The clock reads eight minutes to twelve.

一年は十二ヶ月あります。
いちねんはじゅうにかげつあります。
There are twelve months in a year.

数字の十二
すうじのじゅうに
number twelve

十二時
じゅうにじ
twelve o’clock

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Japanese Word of the Day - chopsticks (noun)


25
Feb
2015

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箸 (はし) chopsticks (noun)

箸がお椀の上にあります。
はしがおわんのうえにあります。
The chopsticks are on the bowl.

木製の箸
もくせいのはし
wooden chopsticks

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25
Feb
2015

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