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By Yukio Tono

A Frequency Dictionary of Japanese is a useful instrument for all rookies of jap, delivering an inventory of the 5,000 most ordinarily used phrases within the language.

Based on a100 million be aware corpus, composed of spoken, fiction, non-fiction and information texts in present use, the dictionary offers the consumer with a close frequency-based checklist, in addition to alphabetical and part-of-speech indices.

All entries within the frequency checklist characteristic the English an identical and a pattern sentence with English translation. The dictionary additionally includes 25 thematically organised lists of often used phrases on quite a few subject matters akin to meals, climate, occupations and relaxation. various bar charts also are incorporated to spotlight the phonetic and spelling editions throughout sign in.

A Frequency Dictionary of Japanese allows scholars of all degrees to maximize their examine of eastern vocabulary in a good and interesting method. it's also an exceptional source for lecturers of the language.

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Day; sun •• この部屋は日が良く当たって、 とても暑くなる。 — This room gets lots of sunlight and gets very hot. 99 178 出す dasu v. take out; pay; send •• その手紙は昨日出しました。— I sent the letter yesterday. 99 179 一人 hitori n. one person; alone •• 料金は一人五千円です。— The charge is five thousand yen per person. 94 180 人間 ningen n. human being, man •• 人間は神の前でみな平等だ。— All men are equal before God. 88 | BK 181 どこ doko pron. where •• どこへ行くんですか。— Where are you going? 94 20 A Frequency Dictionary of Japanese 182 ございます (<ござる)gozai masu v. [very polite form of “de aru”] •• ありがとうございます。— Thank you very much.

85 516 平成 heisei n. Heisei era •• 平成は1989年一月八日から始まった。— The Heisei era began on January 8, 1989. 59 517 図 zu n. drawing, figure, diagram •• 先生は図を書いて説明した。— The teacher drew and explained the figure. 63 518 紹介(する)shoukai(suru) n. introduction v. introduce •• 親に友達を紹介した。— I introduced my friend to my parents. 92 519 合わせる awaseru v. join, add up; adjust •• 彼らは手を合わせて祈った。— They joined their hands in prayer. 94 520 安い yasui i-adj. low, cheap •• 安い宿に泊まる。— I stay in cheap accommodation. 83 | WB 521 夢 yume n.

95 561 それでも sore de mo conj. but, still •• それでも、彼女はあきらめなかった。— Still, she never gave up. 90 562 イメージ (する)imeeji(suru) n. image v. imagine, have an impression •• このデザインは春をイメージしている。— This design was created to give an impression of spring. 90 563 笑い warai n. laugh, laughter •• 笑いをこらえることができなかった。— I couldn’t help laughing. 49 | WB 564 午後 gogo n. m. •• 午後、会議がある。— There is a meeting in the afternoon. 37 | NM 565 後 go n. after, later, since •• その後、彼女には会っていない。— Since then, I have not seen her. 98 566 動く ugoku v.

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