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日本語, にほんご, にっぽんご

  • nihongo,nippongo


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • Japanese (language)

Examples of 日本語,にほんご,にっぽんご in a Sentence

I have difficulty in Japanese.
How can I contact a Japanese-speaking doctor?
I do not have to study Japanese.
Translate the following sentences into Japanese.
Is Japanese taught in your school now?
His poetry does not translate into Japanese.
What is difficult about Japanese is how characters are used in its writing system.
It is difficult for foreigners to master Japanese.
I know an American girl who speaks Japanese very well.
It is difficult for a foreigner to study Japanese.

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