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Need some help memorizing Japanese vocabulary? Look no further! 1000 Japanese Flash Cards contains 1000 of the most common Japanese nouns, verbs, adjectives, common expressions, and more!

Nearly every vocabulary word has an example sentence so you can see how it is used. Every vocabulary word and example sentence is written three different ways, using the alphabet, Japanese kana, and Japanese kanji, so no matter you skill level, you can study with these cards!

Target vocabulary words are highlighted to help you identify them in the sentences.

500+ of the most common nouns!
250+ of the most common verbs!
100+ of the most common adjectives!

Start studying Japanese today with these 1000 Japanese Flash Cards for Smart Phones and E-Readers!

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Vocabulary

How to Study and Use this Book

This e-book contains 1000 of the most common Japanese words. They are organized into three sections. The first section consists of question words, common phrases, and pronouns. The second section contains the most common nouns, verbs, and adjectives, all listed in alphabetical order in English. The final section contains vocabulary related to numbers and time. If you are looking for a specific phrase, please use the search function on your device.  

If you are a diligent student, you should be able to study about ten words a day. To get the most out of each study session, read the words and sentences out loud as you study them, in both English and Japanese. Practice saying each word out loud at least ten times. The more often you study, the easier it will be to recall the words, so it is recommended that you study at least three times a day. This means you should have said each vocabulary word out loud thirty times in one day. At the end of each day, try to make your own sentence using the new vocabulary words that you learned that day. If you can't make your own sentence, simply practice reading the example sentences provided once more.

You brain will play tricks on you, and you may begin to memorize the order of the words as they appear in this e-book, so it is important to mix the order up. Do the odd words. Do the even words. Do the words backwards. Say everything out loud.   

Notes on the format of the cards:

The format of the vocabulary will be: the target word in English, followed by an example sentence with the target word in bold. The next page will have Japanese pronunciation using the Alphabet in italics, followed by the word using the Japanese writing system, followed by the [kanji] in brackets if one is available. Some words have a kanji but are usually written with only kana. If this is the case, you will see a (UK) next to the word. This means usually kana. The Japanese example sentences will be written first in italics with the Alphabet, then using the Japanese system without kanji, and then finally the sentence as it would normally appear with kanji, as well as the target word in bold.

Verbs

Ichidan verbs will be noted with an (I), godan verbs that appear to be ichidan will be noted with (G).

Adjectives

Na-Adjectives will be noted with (Na). No-Adjectives that aren't obviously nouns will be noted with (No).

1.

who

Who are you?

1.

dare だれ [誰]

Dare desu ka?

だれですか?

ですか?

2.

who (polite)

Who are you?

2.

donata どなた (UK)

Donata desu ka?

どなたですか?

何方ですか?

3.

what

What are you doing?

3.

nani なに [何]

Nani o shite imasu ka?

なにをしていますか?

をしていますか?

4.

where

Where is it?

4.

doko どこ[何処] (UK)

Doko desu ka?

どこですか?

5.

when

When are you going?

5.

itsu いつ[何時] (UK)

Itsu ikimasu ka?

いついきますか?

いつ行きますか?

6.

why

Why did you do that?

6.

naze なぜ [何故] (UK)

Naze sore o shimashita ka?

なぜそれをしましたか?

7.

what for

What did you do that for?

7.

nande なんで[何で]

Nande sore o shimashita ka?

なんでそれをしましたか?

何でそれをしましたか?

8.

why (polite)

Why did you do that?

8.

doushite どうして [如何して] (UK)

Doushite sore o shimashita ka?

どうしてそれをしましたか?

9.

how

How was it?

9.

dou どう [如何] (UK)

Dou deshita ka?

どうでしたか?

10.

how (polite)

How is the patient's condition?

10.

ikaga いかが [如何] (UK)

Byoujou wa ikaga desu ka?

びょうじょうはいかがですか?

病状はいかがですか?

11.

which (out of two choices)

Which do you like, chocolate or vanilla?

11.

docchi どっち

Choko ka banira, docchi ga suki desu ka?

チョコかバニラ、どっちがすきですか?

チョコかバニラ、どっちが好きですか?

12.

which (out of three or more choices)

Which do you like, chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry?

12.

dore どれ

Choko ka banira ka sutoroberii, dore ga suki desu ka?

チョコかバニラかストロベリー、どれがすきですか?

チョコかバニラかストロベリー、どれが好きですか?

13.

how many / how old

How old are you? (How many are you?)

13.

ikutsu いくつ [幾つ] (UK)

Ikutsu desu ka?

いくつですか?

14.

how much

How much is this?

14.

ikura いくら [幾ら] (UK)

Kore wa ikura desu ka?

これはいくらですか?

15.

yes

yeah

yeah

15.

hai はい

un うん

ee ええ

16.

no

nah

16.

iie いいえ

uun ううん

17.

Good morning.

17.

Ohayou gozaimasu.

おはようございます。

お早うございます。

18.

Good evening.

18.

Konban wa.

こんばんは。

今晩は。

19.

Good night.

19.

Oyasuminasai.

おやすみなさい。

お休みなさい。

20.

Goodbye.

20.

Sayounara.

さようなら。

21.

Bye.

21.

Jaa ne.

じゃあね。

22.

See you later.

22.

Mata ne.

またね。

23.

See you tomorrow.

23.

Mata ashita.

またあした。

また明日。

24.

Take care.

24.

Ki o tsukete.

きをつけて。

気を付けて。

25.

Hello (on the phone).

25.

Moshi moshi

もしもし。

26.

How do you do?

26.

Hajimemashite.

はじめまして。

初めまして。

27.

Nice to meet you.

27.

Yoroshiku onegaishimasu.

よろしくおねがいします。

宜しくお願いします。

28.

Please. (polite)

28.

Onegaishimasu.

おねがいします。

お願いします。

29.

How are you?

29.

Ogenki desu ka?

おげんきですか?

お元気ですか?

30.

I'm fine.

30.

Genki desu.

げんきです。

元気です。

31.

I'm so so.

31.

Maamaa desu.

まあまあです。

まあまあです。

32.

I'm called         . (polite, My name is ____)

32.

____ to moushimasu.

____ ともうします。

____と申します。

33.

Excuse me. / I'm sorry.

33.

Sumimasen.

すみません。

34.

Excuse me. (polite) / Goodbye. (at work)

34.

Shitsurei shimasu.

しつれいします。

失礼します。

35.

Sorry.

35.

Gomennasai.

ごめんなさい。

御免なさい。

36.

I'm very sorry.

36.

Moushi wake arimasen.

もうしわけありません。

申し訳ありません。

37.

Thank you very much.

37.

Doumo arigatou gozaimasu.

どうもありがとうございます。

38.

You're welcome.

38.

Dou itashimashite.

どういたしまして。

39.

No problem. (You're welcome.)

39.

Iie iie.

いいえいいえ。

40.

I'm leaving. (said when leaving)

40.

Ittekimasu.

いってきます。

行って来ます。

41.

Have a good one. (said to the person leaving)

41.

Itterasshai.

いってらっしゃい。

行ってらっしゃい。

42.

I'm home.

42.

Tadaima.

ただいま。

只今。

43.

Welcome back. (response to I'm home)

43.

Okaerinasai.

おかえりなさい。

お帰りなさい。

44.

(said before eating or receiving something)

44.

Itadakimasu.

いただきます。

頂きます。

45.

Thank you for the meal.

45.

Gochisousama