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    Hiragana list to checkHiragana list to rememberHiragana Mnemonicshttp://japanese.gatech.edu/WebCTVista/JAPN1001/contents/Lesson02/hiragana/mnemonic-hiragana.htmlHow T…

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    【Expressions by Scene★ at Restaurant】

    at Restaurant日本語 / Japanese(1)いらっしゃいませ。(2)何名様でしょうか?(3)2名です。(4)喫煙席、禁煙…

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    【JLPT N1★あくまでも (akumade mo) “absolutely̶…

    Meaning: to the end; persistently; absolutely; thoroughnessFormation:あくま…

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    【JLPT N1★ あえて (aete) “deliberately”】

    Meaning: 1. dare (to do something); venture (often overcoming reluctan…

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    【JLPT N2★ だけましだ (dake mashi da): “one should…

    Meaning: it’s better than…; one should feel grateful forFormation:Verb-c…

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    【JLPT N2★だけに (dake ni)”…being the case, prec…

    【JLPT N2★だけに (dake ni)"…being the case, precisely because"】Meaning: being th…

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    【JLPT N2★ だけでなく (dake de naku) “not only… bu…

    Meaning: not only… but alsoFormation:Verb-dictionary form + だけでなくNoun …

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    【JLPT N2★ だけあって (dake atte) “being the case,…

    Meaning: …being the case; (precisely) because; as might be expected fromForm…

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    【JLPT N2★ちっとも~ない (chitto mo~nai)”(not) at al…

    Meaning: (not) at all; (not) in the leastFormation:ちっとも + Verb-ないform …

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