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教える, 訓える, おしえる
Conjugated: 教えて
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to teach, to instruct
2. to tell, to inform
3. to preach
ブラウン氏は私達に英語を教えている。
ダサい, ださい
Slang
uncool, unsophisticated, unfashionable, out of fashion, tacky
もちろん, 勿論
Adverb, Usually in kana
of course, certainly, naturally
「ご一緒してもいいですか」「もちろんです」
ここ, 此処, 此所, 是, 茲, 爰
Pronoun, See どこ・1, See そこ・1, See あそこ・1, Usually in kana
1. here (place physically close to the speaker, place pointed by the speaker while explaining), this place
See 今迄
2. these last (followed by a duration noun and a past sentence: time period before the present time of the speaker)
See 此れから
3. these next ... (followed by a duration noun and a non past sentence: time period after the present time of the speaker), the next ...
ここに手のないナベがある。
, 9, 玖, きゅう, く, ここ, この, ここ
Numeric, 玖 is used in legal documents
nine
彼は「九時だ」と言った。
個々, 個個, 箇々, 箇箇, ここ
May take 'no'
individual, one by one, separate, each
そのクラスの個々のメンバーは数学のあまり得意でない生徒によって足を引っ張られたくないと思っているのです。
戸戸, 戸々, ここ
each house, every house
呱呱, 呱々, ここ
cry of a baby at its birth
copula, See である, See です, plain copula
1. be, is
Auxiliary verb, See た・1, た after certain verb forms; indicates past or completed action
2. did, (have) done
See た・2, indicates light imperative
3. please, do
, っ
Particle
particle indicating that the speaker is trying to recall some information
Particle, See 乃, occasionally ん, orig. written 乃 or 之
1. indicates possessive
2. nominalizes verbs and adjectives
See が・1
3. substitutes for "ga" in subordinate phrases
often ん
4. (at sentence-end, falling tone) indicates a confident conclusion
Female term or language
5. (at sentence-end) indicates emotional emphasis
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