By Yukio Tono

A Frequency Dictionary of Japanese is a useful software for all inexperienced persons of jap, offering a listing 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 presents the consumer with a close frequency-based record, in addition to alphabetical and part-of-speech indices.

All entries within the frequency record characteristic the English identical and a pattern sentence with English translation. The dictionary additionally comprises 25 thematically organised lists of often used phrases on various themes equivalent to foodstuff, climate, occupations and relaxation. a variety of bar charts also are incorporated to focus on the phonetic and spelling variations throughout sign in.

A Frequency Dictionary of Japanese allows scholars of all degrees to maximize their learn of jap vocabulary in an effective and interesting means. it's also an exceptional source for academics of the language.

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94 587 図る hakaru v. attempt; plan; strive •• 事態の改善を図らなければならない。— We must attempt to remedy the situation. 40 | OF 588 企業 kigyou n. company, business •• 兄は日本企業で働いている。— My brother works at a Japanese company. 86 589 奴 yatsu n. guy, fellow •• 彼はおもしろい奴です。— He is an interesting guy. 83 590 はっきり hakkiri adv. clearly, certainly •• はっきり覚えています。— I remember it clearly. 97 591 怖い kowai i-adj. frightening, scary; terrified •• 蛇が怖い。— I’m scared of snakes. 81 592 例 rei n. example •• 例を挙げていただけますか。— Could you give me an example?

99 303 状態 joutai n. state, conditions •• 患者は危険な状態だ。— The patient is in a critical condition. 97 304 と to interj. well, erm (abbreviation of “eeto”) •• と, まあ,そんな感じです。— Erm, well, something like that. 19 | SP 305 もし moshi adv. if, in case •• もしお金があったら、海外旅行がしたい。— If I had enough money, I would travel abroad. 93 306 全然 zenzen adv. (not) at all; utterly, completely •• その新しいテレビドラマは全然面白くない。 — The new TV drama series isn’t interesting at all. 67 307 飲む nomu v. drink •• 昨日の夜は飲みすぎてしまった。— I drank too much alcohol last night.

However •• ところが計画はうまくいかなかった。— However, the plan didn’t turn out to be a success. 93 553 目的 mokuteki n. purpose •• 目的を持って人生を生きたい。— I want to live a life with purpose. 88 554 様々 samazama na-adj. various, all kinds of •• 様々なことに興味がある。— I am interested in all kinds of things. 91 555 答える kotaeru v. answer, respond •• 学生は質問に答えた。— A student answered the question. 94 556 過ごす sugosu v. spend, live •• 友人と楽しい時間を過ごす。— I have a good time with my friends. 86 557 上がる agaru v. go up, rise; end; get nervous •• 38度まで気温が上がった。— The temperature rose to 38 degrees.

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