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Adventures in Japanese 1

なぜ/ どうして Why? (どうして is used more colloquially)
せいせき grade
ひどい is terrible (い adj.)
うれしい is glad, happy (い adj.)
かなしい is sad (い adj.)
おととい the day before yesterday
あさって the day after tomorrow
いいですねえ。 How nice! (used when someone recieves good news of something which will soon occur)
よかったですねえ。 How nice! (expression of happiness or support on a past event)
ざんねんですねえ。 How disappointing!, Too bad! (expression of disappointment at something which won't happen)
ざんねんでしたねえ。 How disappointing! (expression of disappointment at an unfortunate past occurrence)
がっかりです。 I am disappointed.
こうへい is fair (な adj.)
ふこうへい is unfair (な adj.)
Sentence 1 (Reason)から、 Sentence 2 (Result)。 S1, so S2. (the 2nd portion of this sentence structure may be omitted if understood. When S1 ends with an い adj., the です before から is often omitted)
Created by: robinav