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Adventures in Japanese 2

時間 time
ばしょ location, place
たいいくかん gym
たいいく P.E.
うんどうじょう athletic field
うんどう sports
うんどうぐつ sports shoes
うんどう(を) する to exercise
~ばん Number~
ユニフォーム sports uniform
せん手[しゅ] (sports) player
しあいに 出る to participate in a (sports) game
おうえん(を) する to cheer
~が/は はじまる something starts, begins
(something)を はじめる (someone) will start, begin (something)
~が/は おわる (something) finishes, ends
(something)を おわる (someone) will finish (something)
りくじょう track
チャーリーダー cheerleader
プロ professional
アマ(チア) amateur
スタジアム stadium
ドーム dorm
きょうぎじょう track field
トーナメント tournament
[うし, ギュー] cow
[はん] half
[て, シュ]
Sentence 1が、Sentence 2。 が is sometimes used to combine 2 sentences for stylistic reasons, even if the 2 sentences do not represent contrasting ideas. It may be used as a transition word.
Created by: robinav