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  • 日本人 (Nihon-jin)

    Japanese person or people

    オーストラリア人(oosutoraria-jin)

    Australian person or people

    わたし or ぼく (Watashi or Boku)

    I

    あなた (Anata)

    you

    彼(Ka-re)

    he

    彼女(kanojo)

    she

    彼ら or 彼女ら(karera or kanojora)

    they

    わたしたち or ぼくたち(watashitachi or bokutachi)

    we

    これ(ko-re)

    this

    それ(so-re)

    that

    あれ(a-re)

    that overthere

    月曜日(getsu yo-ubi)

    Monday

    火曜日(ka-yo-ubi)

    Tuesday

    水曜日(Sui-yo-ubi)

    Wednesday

    木曜日(Moku-yo-ubi)

    Thursday

    金曜日(kin-yo-ubi)

    Friday

    土曜日(Do-yo-ubi)

    Saturday

    日曜日(Nichi-yo-ubi)

    Sunday

    学校(Gakkou)

    school

    お寺(otera)

    temple

    教会(kyoukai)

    church

    病院(byouin)

    hospital

    店(mise)

    shop

    交番(kouban)

    police station

    だれ(da-re)

    who

    なに(nani or nan)

    what

    いつ(itsu)

    when

    どこ(doko)

    where

    なぜ(naze)

    why

    何歳(nansai)

    how old

    いくつ(ikutsu)

    how many

    いくら(ikura)

    how much (for money)

    どうやって(do-uyatte)

    how

    何時(nanji)

    what time

    タクシー(takushii)

    taxi

    バス(basu)

    bus

    車(kuruma)

    car

    電車(densha)

    train

    飛行機(hikouki)

    airplane

    船(fune)

    ship

    お父さん(oto-usan)

    father

    父(chichi)

    father (mainly for formal introduction to others)

    お母さん(okaasan)

    mother

    母(haha)

    mother (mainly for formal introduction to others)

    お兄さん(oniisan)

    older brother

    兄(ani)

    older brother (mainly for formal introduction to others)

    お姉さん(oneesan)

    older sister

    姉(ane)

    older sister (mainly for formal introduction to others)

    弟(otouto)

    younger brother

    妹(imouto)

    younger sister

    おじいさん(ojiisan)

    grandfather

    祖父(sofu)

    grandfather (mainly for formal introduction to others)

    おばあさん(obaasan)

    grandmother

    祖母(sobo)

    grandmother (mainly for formal introduction to others)

    子ども(kodomo)

    child

    子どもたち(kodomotachi)

    children

    大人(otona)

    adult

    大人たち(otonatachi)

    adults

    先生(sensei)

    teacher

    教師(kyoushi)

    teacher (note: You cannot call out a teacher "kyoushi." You call him or her "sensei." )

    生徒(seito)

    student

    学生(gakusei)

    student

    医者(isha)

    doctor

    患者(kanja)

    patient

    警察(keisatsu)

    police

    警察官(keisatsukan)

    police officer

    消防士(shouboushi)

    fire fighter

    ダンサー(dansaa)

    dancer

    作家(sakka)

    writer or author

    科学者(kagakusha)

    scientist

    歌手(kashu)

    singer

    自衛隊(jieitai)

    Self Defense Force

    大工さん(daikusan)

    carpenter

    北(kita)

    north

    南(minami)

    south

    東(higashi)

    east

    西(nishi)

    west

    春(haru)

    spring

    夏(natsu)

    summer

    秋(aki)

    autumn

    冬(fuyu)

    winter

    新年(shinnen)

    New Year

    結婚式(kekkonshiki)

    wedding ceremony

    葬式(soushiki)

    funeral

    入学式(nyuugakushiki)

    entrance ceremony (in April)

    卒業式(sotsugyoushiki)

    graduation ceremony (in March)

    節分(setsubun)

    the day before the beginning of spring (on 11th of February)

    ひな祭り(hinamatsuri)

    Girls' festival or dolls' festival (on 3rd of March)

    花見(hanami)

    enjoying the cherry blossoms (in April)

    子どもの日(kodomonohi)

    Children's Day (on 5th of May)

    梅雨(tsuyu)

    the rainy season (in June)

    七夕(tanabata)

    Star Festival (on 7th of July)

    夏祭り(Natsumatsuri)

    Summer Festival (in August)

    月見(tsukimi)

    Moon viewing (September to October)

    運動会(undoukai)

    Sports Festival

    文化祭(bunkasai)

    School cultural festival

    クリスマス(kurisumasu)

    Christmas

    大晦日(oomisoka)

    The New Year's Eve

    バレンタインデー(barentain dee)

    Valentine Day

    入社式(nyuushashiki)

    entrance ceremony for a company

    頭(atama)

    head

    肩(kata)

    shoulders

    ひざ(hiza)

    knees

    足(ashi)

    feet, legs

    お腹(onaka)

    stomach

    背中(senaka)

    back

    目(me)

    eyes

    耳(mimi)

    ears

    鼻(hana)

    nose

    口(kuchi)

    mouth

    眉毛(mayuge)

    eyebrows

    額(hitai)

    forehead

    顔(kao)

    face

    髪の毛

    hair (on the head)

    机(tsukue)

    desk

    いす(isu)

    chair

    えんぴつ(enpitsu)

    pencil

    本(hon)

    book

    ノート(nooto)

    notebook

    消しゴム(keshigomu)

    rubber or eraser

    計算機(keisanki)

    calculator

    定規(jougi)

    ruler

    紙(kami)

    paper

    ホッチキス(hocchikisu)

    stapler

    はし(hashi)

    chopsticks

    お皿(osara)

    plate or dish

    料理(ruouri)

    cooking

    食べ物(tabemono)

    food

    飲み物(nomimono)

    drink

    しょう油(shouyu)

    soy sauce

    砂糖(satou)

    sugar

    塩(shio)

    salt

    包丁(houchou)

    cooking knife

    肉(niku)

    meat

    鶏肉(tori niku)

    chicken

    牛肉(gyuu niku)

    beef

    豚肉(buta niku)

    pork

    魚(sakana)

    fish

    野菜(yasai)

    vegetable

    果物(kudamono)

    fruits

    やかん(yakan)

    kettle

    フライパン(frai pan)

    fried pan

    水(mizu)

    water

    冷蔵庫(reizouko)

    refrigerator

    まな板(manaita)

    cutting board

    コップ(koppu)

    glass

    平和(heiwa)

    peace

    戦争(sensou)

    war

    幸せ(shiawase)

    happiness

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