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Irregular kanji
I-adjective (keiyoushi)
Usually written using kana alone
good, excellent, fine, nice, pleasant, agreeableagréable, bien, bon, ok

sufficient (can be used to turn down an offer), ready, prepared
profitable (e.g. deal, business offer, etc.), beneficial
See also: 構わない
OKхороший, приятныйgut, richtig, brav, schön, angenehm, glücklich, günstig, vielversprechend, effektiv, ordentlich, passend, praktisch, vorteilhaft, angemessen, gut genug, in Ordnung

ON: リョウKUN: よ.い, -よ.い, い.い, -い.い
good, pleasing, skilled

ON: ゼンKUN: よ.い, い.い, よ.く, よし.とする
virtuous, good, goodness

ON: コウKUN: この.む, す.く, よ.い, い.い
fond, pleasing, like something

excellent, beautiful, good, pleasing, skilled

ON: キチ, キツKUN: よし
good luck, joy, congratulations

ON: KUN: よろ.しい, よろ.しく
best regards, good

Conjugated forms
Example sentences
ある日、友人から「いい話があるから会わないか」と電話があり、友人の家へ出かけました。Parts: ある日 (あるひ), 友人 (ゆうじん), から, 良い (よい), (はなし), 有る (ある), から, 会う (あう), 電話 (でんわ), 有る (ある), 友人 (ゆうじん), (いえ), 出かける (でかける)One day I had a phone call from a friend. "There's a nice little earner, won't you come round?" so I went to his house.
Einmal rief mich ein Freund an, um mir zu sagen, daß er mir etwas Spannendes zu erzählen habe. Daraufhin bin ich zu ihm gegangen.

「今日お父さんに会いに行く。進路相談だ」「いいですよ、そんなの」Parts: 今日 (きょう), お父さん (おとうさん), 会う (あう), 行く (いく), 進路相談 (しんろそうだん), 良い (よい), そんな"I'm going to see your father today, about career counselling." "You don't need to bother with that."

又来年会えるといいですね。Parts: (また), 来年 (らいねん), 会う (あう), 良い (よい)Hope to see you again next year.

5時までにもどるなら行ってもいいよ。Parts: (じ), (まで), 戻る (もどる), なら (ならば), 行く (いく), 良い (よい)You may go on condition that you return by five.
If you come back by five, you may go.

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