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Adventures in Japanese 2

JapaneseEnglish
(お)てんき weather
あめ rain
ゆき snow
ふる [ふります/ふって] (rain, snow) to fall
くもり cloudy (weather)
あれ clear (weather)
かぜ wind
おんど (weather) temperature
~でしょう [w/ a falling intone] probably~
~でしょう [w/ a rising intone] isn't it~? [an invitation for the listener to agree w/ the speaker]
たぶん probably
くも cloud [noun]
くもる [くもります] to become cloudy
はれる [はれます] to clear up
ふく [ふきます] to blow
たいふう typhoon
じしん earthquake
つなみ tsunami
ハリケーン hurricane
てんきよほう weather forecast
きおん temperature (atmospheric)
マイナス minus
のち later [Ex: あめ のち はれ = Rain, later clear.
[てら] temple
[とき, ジ] time, o' clock
Verb なかった form Plain negative past form equivalent of the polite ませんでした form. Used at the end of informal sentences, or may precede extenders.
Created by: robinav