This is just a quick post to let everyone know that starting from today, we will be posting a Japanese Word a day on twitter. Each post will include the Japanese word (in kanji), The Japanese word in hiragana, the English translation, and a sentence showing how to use the word correctly. The main focus will be common Japanese words. Posts may occasionally contain common Japanese phrases as well.
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A few days ago we made a post listing nearly 100 Japanese words for Describing (adjectives). Over the next few days we will be using those adjectives in sample sentences. Here are the first 10!
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Japanese Phrases and Sentences
You are tall.
This restaurant is a little expensive.
I want a low chest.
* In Japanese, subject is often omitted.
This is cheap.
That house is big.
Your hands are small.
I bought a new CD.
This bike is old.
I woke up early today.
* If adjective is to modify a verb, the last letter い will change into く.
You run fast.
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