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Hi everyone, today we are going to be doing top 25 adjectives. Let’s go
1. 多い(ōi) many, numerous.
There is many people in the subway especially in the Tokyo. Tokyo.
2. 安い(yasui) cheap.
You can buy cheap clothes on New Year’s Day because usually they have big sale.
3. 暑い(atsui) hot
Summer in here, in Japan, it’s extremely hot. Oh my god! It’s so hot, I need a water.
4. 長い(nagai) long
長い(nagai) Long story. Principal usually talk very, very long time. Sometimes it’s boring and it makes me sleepy.
5. 早い(hayai) fast, early
早い(hayai) 早い(hayai) Men usually eat very fast. Men eat like シュシュシュシュ(shushushushu) . Women...yeah I knew it very well.… .
6. 好き(suki) Like,
like mine
7. 同じ(onaji) same. Same, same, same, same, same, same, same. Same, same, same, same, same 同じ(onaji) same. I am wearing the same coat every day.
8. 少ない(sukunai) few, scarce.
On New Years, there is fewer people in Tokyo. I need a few thing and you’ve got the few things.
9. 必要(hitsuyou) necessary.
I need you, I need you. I need you. I need you, I need you more and more each day.
10. 上手い(umai) skilled.
My mom cooks really well, well. 料理が上手い。(Ryōri ga umai.)
11. 旨い(umai) Delicious.
The Japanese noodles are delicious.
12. すごい(sugoi) cool
すごいのは、何があるー、いっぱいあるー(sugoi no wa, nani ga arū, ippai arū) cool. Yeah
13. 近い(chikai) close
近い(chikai) close. He sits really close to me. Squeeze! Oops!
14. 難しい(muzukashii) difficult.
Your question is really difficult, let me think. 難しい(muzukashii)
15. いい(ii) good,
You have a good sense. I had a good day.
16. 小さい(chiisai) small
小さいのは、何があるのかなー。(chiisaī no wa, nani ga aru no ka nā.) 小さい(chiisai) Fancy chocolate is usually small, don’t you think so and it’s expensive.
17. 新しい(atarashii) new,
I bought a new coat for this winter. It’s warm, I like it.
18. 悪い(warui) bad.
You had a bad day, you’re taking one down, you sing a sad song just to turn it around.
19. 大きい(ōkii) big,
big boys 大きい(ōkii) big.
20. 冷たい(tsumetai) Cold.
In winter, tap water is usually very cold. Ouch! Freezing.
21. おいしい(oishii) delicious.
I had a delicious dinner yesterday. アボガドグラタン(abogadoguratan )
22. 高い(takai) tall, high.
高い(takai) far
23. 遠い、 近い?(Tōi Chikai?) 遠い!(Tōi!)
24. 短い(mijikai) short,
short hair 見える、ショートヘアに?(Mieru, shōtohea ni? ) short and long.
25. 楽しい(tanoshii) fun,
Let’s have fun.
Thank you for watching and enjoy your – thank you for watching. Enjoy learning Japanese. Bye bye. I like the way you move, da da…I like to move it move it 踊りが好き好き(odori ga suki suki)


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July 3rd, 2017 at 10:50 am
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LatvianRiddler さん、
Thank you for your feedback.
We will consider that.😄
Yuki 由紀
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June 12th, 2017 at 9:03 pm
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I would second the criticism that it makes zero sense to do a vocab video with a native speaker and not have any example sentences in japanese, but instead have her make a silly joke in english…

May 25th, 2017 at 9:24 pm
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Thank you for posting.

We’ll consider your feedback for our future development.

Let us know if you have any question.

Cristiane (クリスチアネ)
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May 25th, 2017 at 9:51 am
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I really like what you’re doing here, but i think it would be helpful to be more demonstrative with the words in Japanese (rather than mostly in English after you introduce the word).

December 23rd, 2015 at 11:43 am
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Juan(ホアン) san,
Umai has the same meaning as oishii however, it is less polite than oishii.

Martin san,
Thank you for your positive feedback.
I haven’t tried that either however, it may be delicious.
Yuki 由紀
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December 22nd, 2015 at 7:08 am
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This series makes me smile. But is avocado gratin really a delicious meal? It’s difficult to imagine 😅

December 17th, 2015 at 7:46 am
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What is the difference between Umai and oishii? Is there a time when I use one over the other?

September 2nd, 2015 at 4:11 pm
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ジヨ san,
I see.😄:thumbsup:
Well…could you please tell me the meaning of あいしい?
Yuki 由紀
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August 31st, 2015 at 3:35 pm
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I use あいしい, 寒い and 忙しい a lot. While we are on adjectives リサ is 可愛い。

May 19th, 2015 at 6:30 pm
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Which adjective do you use the most often?