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Japanese Genki

おくさま (your/his) wife (polite)
おこさん (your/their) child (polite)
おれい expression of gratitude
けいご honorific language
こちら this way (polite)
しゅっちょう business trip
しゅるい a kind; a sort
せいかく personality
ちゅうがくせい junior high school student
どちら where (polite)
なまけもの lazy person
なやみ worry
はずかしがりや shy person
はなし chat; talk
ぶちょう department manager
ぶんか culture
まちがい mistake
なかがいい be on good/close terms; to get along well
まじめ serious; sober; diligent
いらっしゃる honorific expression for いく
おくる to walk/drive (someone)
おこる to get angry
おっしゃる honorific expression for いう
おやすみになる honorific expression for ねる
きまる to be decided
くださる honorific expression for くれる
ごらんになる honorific expression for みる
しりあう to get acquainted with
〜ていらっしゃる honorific expression for 〜ている
なさる honorific expression for する
ひっこす to move (to another place to live)
めしあがる honorific expression for たべる and のむ
よぶ to call (one's name); to invite
よる to stop by
おくれる to become late
かける to sit down
はれる to become sunny
もてる to be popular (in terms of romantic interest)
えんりょうする to hold back for the time being; to refrain from
ごちそうする to treat/invite (someone) to a meal
しょうたいする to invite someone (to an event/a place)
ちゅういする to watch out; to give warning
はなしをする to have a talk
おととい the day before yesterday
なぜ why (=どうして)
ほんとうは in fact; originally
まいあさ every morning
まだ still
〜めいさま party of... people
ようこそ Welcome.
よろしくおつたえください Please give my best regards (to...)
Created by: samooski22