Vocabulary Course 1

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Vocabulary Course 1

Lesson 1:How to describe time in Japanese

JapaneseEnglish
時間(じかん)time
何時(なんじ)what time
時(じ)hour
分(ふん、ぷん)minute
秒(びょう)second
四半期(しはんき)quarter
世紀(せいき)century
日の出(ひので)sunrise
日の入り(ひのいり)sunset
以前(いぜん)previously
現在(げんざい)/いまnow
未来(みらい)future
朝(あさ)morning
今朝(けさ)this morning
翌朝(よくあさ)the next morning
午前(ごぜん)morning
正午(しょうご)noon
午後(ごご)afternoon
昼(ひる)daytime
夜(よる)evening
夜中(よなか)/真夜中(まよなか)midnight
夜間(やかん)midnight
夕方(ゆうがた)evening
夕暮れ(ゆうぐれ)twilight
昨夜(さくや)last night
今晩(こんばん)tonight
一時(いちじ)1 o'clock
二時(にじ)2 o'clock
三時(さんじ)3 o'clock
四時(よじ)4 o'clock
五時(ごじ)5 o'clock
六時(ろくじ)6 o'clock
七時(しちじ)7 o'clock
八時(はちじ)8 o'clock
九時(くじ)9 o'clock
十時(じゅうじ)10 o'clock
十一時(じゅういちじ)11 o'clock
十二時(じゅうにじ)12 o'clock
午前一時(ごぜんいちじ)1am
午前二時(ごぜんにじ)2am
午前三時(ごぜんさんじ)3am
午前四時(ごぜんよじ)4am
午前五時(ごぜんごじ)5am
午前六時(ごぜんろくじ)6am
午前七時(ごぜんしちじ)7am
午前八時(ごぜんはちじ)8am
午前九時(ごぜんくじ)9am
午前十時(ごぜんじゅうじ)10am
午前十一時(ごぜんじゅういちじ)11am
午前十二時(ごぜんじゅうにじ)12am
午後一時(ごごいちじ)1pm
午後二時(ごごにじ)2pm
午後三時(ごごさんじ)3pm
午後四時(ごごよじ)4pm
午後五時(ごごごじ)5pm
午後六時(ごごろくじ)6pm
午後七時(ごごしちじ)7pm
午後八時(ごごはちじ)8pm
午後九時(ごごくじ)9pm
午後十時(ごごじゅうじ)10pm
午後十一時(ごごじゅういちじ)11pm
午後十二時(ごごじゅうにじ)12pm
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5 thoughts on “Lesson 1:How to describe time in Japanese

  1. These are amazing. I only hope that it had Romaji as well.

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      I will think of this suggestion! And I think it’s a good idea to remember all the hiragana And katakana before learning anything else.Here is a link to help you remember hiragana And katakana within an hour.
      https://marshallyin.com/forum/frequently-asked-questions/how-to-remember-hiragana-and-katakana-within-one-hour/

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  2. I have to agree with Marshall. To be honest, I’ve found that relying on Romaji greatly slowed my progress. It only takes a few hours at most to learn Hiragana and Katakana. Additionally, I sometimes find that having the Furigana next to the Kanji (if I already learned it) hinders my learning as well. Try your best to stop using Romaji all together, and you’ll find yourself better off for doing so. 頑張って!

    Happy New Year, Everyone!

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  3. 「時」could also refer to hour.
    For example: 毎時 (maiji or まいじ) means “every hour”

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      I have changed it to hour, thanks!

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